Public Affairs

Reviewing Nigeria’s university system – Thisday

The universities need more attention – especially investment in manpower and infrastructure In apparent admission of its deplorable state, the federal government has constituted a ...

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Malami’s curious bid to protect Maina – Punch

In a move that seems to defy logic, the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, has reportedly gone to court to stop the ongoing parliamentary ...

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Buhari’s contrary view on restructuring – The Sun

President Muhammadu Buhari’s New Year address afforded him the opportunity to reflect on the challenges confronting the country and communicate his views on several national ...

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Tackling the prostitution ring – Thisday

All the relevant stakeholders must join hands to contain the scandal The biggest revelation from the immigrant crisis facing our country today with many of ...

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FG and cattle colonies – Daily Trust

Over the past weeks, attacks by Fulani herdsmen on farmers and villagers in different states across the country have increased in frequency and ferocity. Arguably ...

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2018: Economic prospects still delicate – Punch

Every New Year offers the government a window of opportunity to reset the economy on the path of growth. For the Muhammadu Buhari administration, which ...

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Merit vs money – The Nation

Universities must stop fleecing candidates A Federal Government query issued to 42 universities has once again demonstrated the brazen manner in which tertiary institutions exploit ...

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The massacre in Rivers – The Sun

The New Year dawn massacre of 22 people returning from a crossover church service by cultists in Omoku area of Rivers State is despicable. The attack, ...

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Now that 2019 time table is out – Daily Trust

On Tuesday last week, January 9, the Independent National Electoral Commission [INEC] issued the 2019 Election Time Table and Schedule of Activities for 2019 Federal ...

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Protecting children in conflict zones – Punch

Without food and medical aid, while forced to flee war at home, life is becoming ever more hopeless for children. A new report – The ...

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