Public Affairs

Election boycott not an option – Leadership

Sequel to the lingering difficulties in negotiations between the federal government and the Nigerian Labour Congress over a new minimum wage, the union has threatened ...

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Beyond NEC’s 15 per cent for education – Punch

The National Economic Council recently made a crucial decision in its proposal to federal and state governments to allocate 15 per cent of their annual ...

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Subsidy debts – The Nation

Let the FG pay now even as it works on local refining of petroleum products Perhaps one of the most troubling issues in Nigeria’s economy ...

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Grand strategy to fight grand corruption needed – Punch

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has reignited the debate about the failure of the government to sweep away the systemic sleaze in our national life. At the ...

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Time to end the Shi’ite conundrum – Daily Trust

The violence that occurred in and around Abuja for three days up to Monday last week was deeply troubling to all right-thinking Nigerians and we ...

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2019 election and the challenges ahead – Thisday

The critical stakeholders must strengthen the system by playing fair In compliance with the guidelines and timetable of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for ...

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2019 and timely distribution of PVCs – The Sun

There is no doubt that the prompt distribution of the Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) to all eligible voters by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) ...

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Lake Chad: From rhetoric to action – Guardian

President Muhammadu Buhari’s demand the other day on Europe and America to help recharge Lake Chad is curious and uncalled. The nation should be tired ...

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Buhari: Coming clean on this certificate embarrassment – New Telegraph

About four years ago, in the run-up to the 2015 general elections, one of the main issues of discuss between now President Muhammadu Buhari of ...

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Easing the environment, attracting FDI – Punch

Nigeria dropped a notch lower on the World Bank’s latest Ease of Doing Business rankings, slipping from 145th out of 190 countries surveyed in 2017 ...

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