Opinion

Blending Other Facets of Life Into Engineering, By Adetola Salau

- A Novel Engineering class I hope to replicate this programme in Nigeria. I see myriads of possibilities for it, especially with the way it would make innovative thinking a part of the curriculum. I want to bring this initiative to more teachers and students in Nigeria. And I WILL!…
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Nigeria: The Origins of Her Disgrace, By Soji Apampa

Corruption can therefore be defined as what you get when groups of aristocrats struggle for supremacy in a context where there is no sovereign to adjudicate over their squabbles: Chinua Achebe was right, “the trouble with Nigeria is simply and squarely a failure of leadership” and Nigerians are also right…
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The Politics of Governance: Are Nigerians Being Fairly Treated?, By Yohanna Bwala

In harsh economic times like this, as the ruling elites continue living as if there is no recession in the land, a social class gap is created, such that the poor and the downtrodden in the society are forced by hardship, to start seeing those of the political class as…
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OUT OF THE BOX: The Epistle of Apostle El-Rufai To St. Buhari, By Majeed Dahiru

Mallam El-Rufai has displayed a rare courage, which will open a flood gate of similar open denounciations of the Buhari presidency in order to save the APC from going down in infamy along with the president, the same way the PDP went down with former president Goodluck Jonathan because leading…
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The Tireless Progressive: Celebrating Asiwaju Bola Tinubu at 65, By Ademola Orunbon

Greatness has often been claimed for victorious leaders, and though disputed by some political leaders, there is a general consensus that he is one of the greatest progressive leaders Nigeria has seen. In the truest sense he is the "Lion King of the country". As popular saying goes, "Some achieve…
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Bola Tinubu at 65: Regret, Blame, Hope, By Ken Tadaferua

Tinubu must admit that he made a costly political mistake at the expense of the country. That the blame for the failures of the past two years lies squarely with him. His political experiment has afflicted the country, for two years, with economic recession and rudderless leadership. Two years after…
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Moving Nigeria Forward: An Open Letter to President Buhari, By Omar, Ibrahim, et al.

...there is consensus in the country that your economic management team simply does not have the capacity to meet the nation’s expectations. The recent publication of the economic recovery and growth plan after 20 months in office is an indication of the team’s lethargy, even if it is a significant…
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