Public Affairs

Prolonged polytechnic lecturers’ strike – Punch

Showing utter derision for education in Nigeria, the government is setting a dangerous precedent with its apathy towards the seven-month-long strike embarked upon by polytechnic ...

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Proliferation of illegal weapons – Thisday

Everything should be done to stem the flow of illegal arms. They constitute a great threat Even though it seems belated, the federal government is ...

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Misapplication of SUBEB, UBEC funds – National Mirror

A recent report indicated that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has filed an-eight count charge of fraudulent practices against a former Secretary to ...

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Getting ‘ghost workers’ off the public payroll- The Sun

Recent statistics released by the Federal Ministry of Finance detailing the scope of the problem of inexistent workers popularly known as “ghost workers” who collect ...

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Fuel scarcity and moribund refineries – Punch

Lagosians waiting to buy fuel at a filling station at Otedola Bridge on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway in Lagos…on Tuesday. | credits: Olatunji Obasa AS the ...

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The challenge of Lent- The Sun

  Christians all over the world, including those in Nigeria, are currently observing Lent, a very important event in their annual calendar. The 40-day Lenten ...

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We, the people-Punch

IN one of his memorable works, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, the Afrobeat music genre pioneer and human rights activist, sang: “My people self dey fear too much ...

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When Rape Becomes Rampant- THISDAY

As we mark international women’s day, authorities must ensure that sexual predators her kept at bay Pastor Princewill Basil, the General Overseer of Mountain Movers ...

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Untenable excuse – The Nation

•Fuel scarcity symptomises an incompetent govt and corrupt NNPC It a time Nigerians were stridently seeking for answers to the riddle of the $20 billion ...

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The value of a Nigerian life – Hallmark

Events in the country in recent times have continued to draw attention to the precarious nature of the value of a Nigerian life. In some ...

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