Roadmap to the Nigeria of my dream By Richard Mammah   The long-awaited 2019 presidential polls are here with us and with it comes the burden of setting an agenda for our nation going forward.   But I will write this piece in installments....
  A global first for humanitarian action: Nigeria’s businesses partner with the United Nations to support the north-east   By Edward Kallon   On Thursday 15th November, the United Nations and Nigeria’s business leaders will partner up to support millions of people in north-east...
The unravelling of President Buhari By Chido Onumah One thing supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari can’t deny is that many of those who oppose him today, almost three and half years after he was sworn in as the fourth president of...
  TECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN INTERACTION By Toyosi Josephine   Technology has been said to be a form of salvation to mankind because of how it has brought change to the activities of people all over the world. It has made work more efficient,...
Salvaging the democracy project By Ranti Adedoyin   Democracy is a system of government through which the eligible members of a state, typically choose elected representatives to pilot the affairs of state. A democratic system is one in which the citizens of...
Tapping the endless possibilities of a potentially great nation Africa is a continent of wealth and a continent of poverty, Africa is blessed with a rich bounty of natural resources, the continent holds around 30% of the world’s known mineral...
The search for greener pastures and the Nigerian youth Josephine Toyosi Olanrewaju   The effect that the migrants crisis and the associated issue of illegal immigrants is having on many countries of the world is quite alarming. This is more so the...
Why do they do it? By Richard Mammah   Ever since the commendable exit from office after serving one term of former South African president, Nelson Mandela, the jury has remained out there as to African politicians and the life presidency gambit. In...
Periscoping Udom Emmanuel's 36 Months of Dedicated Service By Joe Iniodu   The decision of indigenes and residents of Akwa Ibom State to cast their votes on April 11, 2015 for Mr. Udom Gabriel Emmanuel, former banker and secretary to the State...
  Like IGP, like Oyegun: On the trail of summons’ 'violators' By Abdul Mahmud   Today, I return to history- legal and juridical history- to glimpse what has become our national life: disobedience of summons. That the IGP has refused to obey the summon...

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