Public Affairs

Keep military strictly out of politics – Punch

The country’s most senior generals stumbled into an avoidable political storm recently by appearing at the public launch of President Muhammadu Buhari’s 2019 re-election bid. ...

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Tramadol epidemic – The Nation

How did 12 containers of this drug get into the country? The news that the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has uncovered 12 containers ...

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Death and consumer goods – Thisday

There is a compelling need to enlighten farmers and retailers on how to preserve food The recent panic over beans, a popular staple food, has ...

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Issues in the NEMA scandal – Thisday

President Buhari cannot afford to be silent on the mismanagement of NEMA fund Despite the subtle attempts to politicise it, the multi-billion naira scandal involving ...

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Curbing fraud in banks – Leadership

The rising cases of bank fraud in Nigeria is assuming an alarming proportion and, in the process, causing genuine worry to policy makers and bank ...

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Lessons learnt – The Nation

Government must ensure that Dapchi does not recur Given the tragic circumstances in which it was shut down in February, the reopening of Government Girls’ ...

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Starving NBS? – The Nation

The agency should be properly funded to function effectively THE failure of the Federal Government to adequately fund the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has ...

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Making Africa investment-friendly – Guardian

A report that African political leaders and their business counterparts rose from a meeting recently in Johannesburg and resolved to dismantle all disincentives to sustainable ...

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Yet another rapist father – Tribune

The spate of gross misconduct and anti-social behaviours that include rape and paedophilia of the incestuous variant is festering at a worrisome rate in the ...

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Next Level or Making Nigeria Work – Daily Trust

The clamour in informed Nigerian circles to get the candidates competing for votes in next year’s elections to make concrete policy and program promises was ...

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