Public Affairs

High cost of nomination forms – The Sun

As the 2019 general election approaches, the high cost of nomination and expression of interest forms is generating ripples in the polity. The ruling All ...

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Catching up with global TB targets – Punch

With mortality rate still so high and the number of fresh cases soaring, rather than dipping, there seems to be no respite from the destructive ...

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Buhari on herdsmen – Tribune

President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent visit to China eventually turned out to be an auspicious platform for him to air his views on the herdsmen’s terrorism ...

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The corruption conundrum – Thisday

The Carnegie report provides lessons on the war against corruption A recent report of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace singled out corruption as the ...

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That pact with Volkswagen for automobile hub – Leadership

As a way of boosting the nation’s fledgling automotive industry, the Federal Government has just signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, with Volkswagen Group to ...

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Still on our debts – The Nation

For a country that made a song of its exit from the London and Paris Clubs cartel of creditors in 2015/16, current apprehensions at the ...

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That crackdown on MTN, four banks – Punch

Nigerian regulators shook up the corporate environment considerably last week when they slammed a combined N5.87 billion fine on four banks and ordered MTN Nigeria ...

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Rising epidemic of child theft – Punch

Children, the most vulnerable members of the society, seem not to have any place to hide from demented Nigerians whose stock in trade is stealing ...

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Issues in campaign finances – ThisDay

There is need for independent audits of campaign finances of candidates to ensure they operate within the law At a period in history when the ...

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Honouring exemplary Nigerians – The Sun

For their honesty in returning to the owner a forgotten bag containing some dollar notes and other valuables, two Nigerians, Messrs Francis Emepueaku and Achi ...

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