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Tuesday 21 November 2017
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Category: Perspective

Fixing Nigeria’s Educational Challenges

  The Delivery Of Qualitative & Quantitative Education in Nigeria: Reading the Past, Writing the Future. By Oluwole Sheriff...

Reviving agriculture in Nigeria

  As crude oil fortunes remain unpleasant By Daniel Damilola     Today, agriculture is failng in Nigeria and petroleum...

GDP, CPI, recession and Nigerian governments

  Taking a historical look   By Emmanuel Undie   In the light of the current recession and entire brouhaha over the state of our...

Who’s afraid of MMM?

Analyst reacts to SEC warning on scheme By Anthony Opara   My attention and those of my friends has been drawn to a recent news...

Strengthening the Freedom of Information Act

Media on the spot! By Sheriff Olwole Olusanya “On this World Press Freedom Day, I urge all Governments, politicians, businesses and...

AU: Before the no-visa policy begins

Nigeria may not be ready yet By Lukmon Akintola   In tandem with the newly launched African Union (AU) passport which came into effect...

PDP and the search for credible opposition

By Lukmon Akintola A vibrant civil society can challenge those in power by documenting corruption or uncovering activities like murder of...

When the herdsmen came calling

By Betty Abah Nothing prepares you for that kind of news. Herdsmen. Nothing. Bedlam upon bedlam. Heart-wrenching tears and rage simply...

In Okorocha’s Imo, a storm gathers

  Rochas Okorocha and the despoiling of Imo State By Anthony Opara (just back from Owerri) Owerri, the Capital city of Imo State is a...

Buhari: The unravelling of a myth

  Why his magic is not working   Anthony Opara President Mohammed Buhari came into power chiefly because the people were tired of...