Public Affairs

The growing menace of cultism – Thisday

It is time to deal with cult violence decisively From Plateau to Ogun and Cross River States, the rate at which young men butcher one ...

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Sierra Leone seeks to recruit Nigerian doctors, teachers

Sierra Leone’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Allie Kabba, has requested Nigeria’s assistance in energy, education and health sectors. Kabba, who made the call on ...

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Trial of corruption cases – Thisday

The corruption and financial crimes cases’ committee has made a good case It is a known fact that the justice delivery system in Nigeria is ...

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Politicisation of judicial appointments, dodgy – Punch

Every so often, Nigeria’s justice system is perceived as weak and exasperatingly slow; quick to punish minor offenders but tardy in bringing high net worth ...

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Safety at crusades – The Nation

That is the import of a victim’s court victory over seven lost teeth Recklessness by people in authority is no longer strange in Nigeria. Public ...

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Softly, softly, Catholic Church – Daily Trust

On Tuesday last week, the Roman Catholic Church in Nigeria organized protests across the country against killings that have been taken place, in particular in ...

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TCN’s verdict on power supply – Tribune

Whenever the opportunity has arisen over the last two years, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), has not shied away ...

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Dealing with the Ebola scare – Thisday

The authorities must be proactive against the deadly virus The renewed spike in Ebola epidemic in Democratic Republic of Congo is a wake-up call for ...

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Democracy: Nigeria marching to the precipice – Punch

Celebration is in the air as Nigeria marks the 19th anniversary of the Fourth Republic. On May 29, 1999, Africa’s most populous country witnessed the ...

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Buhari at three – The Nation

Some progress recorded, but there is room for improvement When the Muhammadu Buhari administration was inaugurated on May 29, 2015, expectations were high that fundamental ...

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