Public Affairs

Police brutality – The Nation

The three officers dismissed must be prosecuted Once again, it is bad news about the Nigeria Police Force (NPF). On June 8, three police officers, ...

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Dan-Ali’s call on grazing laws – Tribune

A huge number of Nigerians have been killed by armed herdsmen for more than one year in the country. Thousands of other law-abiding Nigerians have ...

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Democracy and the Autonomy Law – Thisday

The new amendment provides the legislature and judiciary in the states to be pretty effective With President Muhammadu Buhari’s assent to the Fourth Alteration Bill ...

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Not too poor to run – Punch

The Not Too Young to Run movement which began in Nigeria has inspired a global movement to allow greater participation of young people in politics ...

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Avoiding the pitfalls of June 12 – Thisday

Government should ensure that the new democracy day endures, So, quarter of a century has gone by since the historic June 12, 1993 presidential election. ...

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Dan-Ali’s call on grazing laws – Tribune

huge number of Nigerians have been killed by armed herdsmen for more than one year in the country. Thousands of other law-abiding Nigerians have also ...

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Babies for sale – The Nation

Even animals don’t sell their children, because they love them and want to die for them, not to mention human beings. For too many days ...

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World Cup: The greatest show on earth kicks off – Punch

Described as the greatest show on earth, the FIFA World Cup Finals kick off to poignant excitement today with the hosts, Russia, taking on Saudi ...

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Opaque oil – The Nation

Minister Kachikwu and NNPC GMD Baru should respect Falana’s FOI Act request The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act as a standpoint for democracy has met ...

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Politics and national security – Thisday

The security agencies should confine themselves to safeguarding the people Across the nation, there are several unprecedented security challenges straining the security and intelligence agencies. ...

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