Public Affairs

The fumes of death – Thisday

There is need for more enlightenment campaign on the use of generators The rising death toll through carbon monoxide poisoning across the country can be ...

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Condemned prisoners – The Nation

Their quest for varsity degrees calls for a review of the justice system Of what use is a university degree to a condemned inmate or ...

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Not really – The Nation

The President missed the point by seeing national security as superior to rule of law It is not surprising that the groundswell of opinion is ...

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Ending the yearly cholera scourge – Punch

Cholera, Nigeria’s perennial scourge, which bears testimony to the deplorable hygienic conditions in the country, has struck again, with the usual devastating consequences. In Nigeria, ...

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Herders’ terrorism: Buhari at it again – Punch

President Muhammadu Buhari demonstrated his cluelessness afresh on Sunday when he blamed herders’ act of horrific violence on the shrinking Lake Chad and alleged biased ...

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Sign the Disability Rights Bill into law – Leadership

There are an estimated 25million Nigerians living with one form of disability or the other and over 80 per cent of these Nigerians is in ...

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The Buhari position on the rule of law – Tribune

It was quite absurd that President Muhammadu Buhari chose the podium of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) during its annual conference to launch a newfangled ...

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Anti-graft war and campaign financing – Punch

With the 2019 general election a few months away, the pervasive use of money to influence poll outcome remains an albatross in national politics. Chiefly, ...

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Incessant road crashes – Daily Trust

Last week the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released a very worrying report on the number of deaths recorded from road crashes across the country. ...

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Election rigging: NSA’s warning to security agencies – Punch

Security agencies’ ignoble roles in the conduct of elections in the past echoed in Abuja on Wednesday, when the National Security Adviser, Mohammed Monguno, reminded ...

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