Columns

The Killing Fields of Kaduna State and the Maikori Affair, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Kaduna State is a microcosm that tells the narrative of the larger Nigerian State. Nigeria is a multi-religious, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society, which accepts differences among its peoples and has a fairly large consensus of agreeing to live Kaduna State is an important litmus test of our ability to succeed…
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Guest Columns

Of Five Percent Bargain-hunters and the London Opera, By Louis Odion

...what the Information minister should be telling us at this hour - almost half time of the Buhari administration - is what concrete steps are being taken to draft an executive bill to be sent to the legislature for a law to back and institutionalise the policy. Half a century…
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Opinion

When Will the South-East Shut Up?, By Immanuel James Anyanwu

The Nigerian government should redress these injustices and allow for conversations to happen. Genuine discussions, once and for all, for the stirring components to work out an equitable formula for our nation-being. That is the way to shut up the clamour, not by The government is making patriotism difficult for…
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Opinion

World Engineers Week: Introducing Engineering to Students Early, By Adetola Salau

There are so many amazing resources out there now that will give children and young wards the opportunity to take on the reins and think like Hence, to help in building the best learning path for children and young students, we need to gamify their learning and ensure they are…
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Opinion

Nigeria: The Paradox of a Corrupt Opposition Party in Power, By SKC Ogbonnia

A ready route is to broaden and embolden the change agents. Besides a much-needed cabinet overhaul, it is about time the president finally embraces his party structure across the country to help him fill, without any more delay, the thousands of positions still in the hands of a party opposed…
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Opinion

OOTC: Please Who ‘Spoilt’ Nigeria?, By Chude Jideonwo

The question really is simple: if our succession of leaders were so sterling, so high achieving, and so distinguished – then how exactly did our country collapse? There is something curious that you might have noticed. Something as strange as it is weird. And it should worry you. We don’t…
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Opinion

Development Vs. Peonage: Breaking the Unjust Hold of Mainstream Economics, By Brian Browne

Our political economy can never be perfect for it is but a human we all must be compelled to raise the alarm against debt peonage and how it and financialism attempt to reshape us in their harsh image. We are in a fight pitting the imperfect against the utterly We…
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