Public Affairs

A healthy nation, a weighty nation – Thisday

There is need for a smarter socio-political reform that will place healthcare as the pre-eminent public policy issue At the end of the THISDAY Policy ...

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Deafening silence on Adeosun’s certificate scandal – Punch

The deafening silence that has enshrouded the allegation of National Youth Service Corps exemption certificate forgery involving the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, is quite ...

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Lawless police – The Nation

Did policemen actually beat up magistrate and lawyers in court premises? When policemen take the law into their own hands, it is a sure sign ...

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When nature strikes with flood – Thisday

Government could do more to cushion the rage of floods While rainfall is a normal occurrence that people ordinarily look forward to because of its ...

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Passed out – The Nation

It is a heartbreak that, Angela Igwetu, a youth corps member, is shot dead hours to last parade In a country where many wrongdoings go ...

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Government’s power sector policy failure – Punch

The ongoing public row between the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, and the Power Distribution Companies over the state of electricity supply ...

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Ekiti poll and matters arising – Punch

The monetisation of the electoral process portends danger to our democracy. We deplore the brazen and unconscionable buying of votes that trailed the poll Even ...

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NNPC and the subsidy claims – Thisday

The operations of the state-run corporation must be made transparent For the fifth time in seven months, the Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) meeting was ...

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A curious call for understanding – The Nation

What gives FG confidence that NASS will accept to forgo constituency projects? Last week, President Muhammadu Buhari submitted a supplementary budget proposal of N228,854,008,215, to ...

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Irregularities in Ekiti election – Punch

Concrete proof that elections in the country still fall short of global standards has been re-established. With the world watching, the governorship election of July ...

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