Opinion

Why Nigeria Must Have Open Bidding for the Refineries, By Dan D. Kunle

Dear Mr. Kachikwu, I just read the statement in Daily Trust newspaper of May 26, 2017 from Vienna, Austria where you were attending the 172nd OPEC meeting. Quoting your contradictory utterances further confirms and reinforces my humble conviction that you should use your good offices to open up the refineries…
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Columns

The Coconut on the Head of Nigerian Christianity, By Pius Adesanmi

If Ambode's story is true, it is a warning to Nigerian Christianity. You wrote the script. You created the class apartheid in Church. Live with the monster you created. Depart from the script and a coconut will be cracked on your head. Ambode versus The media is reporting that Ogbeni…
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Opinion

Designing the Future of Education that Works for Africa, By Adetola Salau

While design thinking isn’t the magic solution to transforming education, it does have a significant role to play in creating these new models of education and preparing students to be future ready. Let’s bring back some of the joy in learning. You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading…
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Columns

To the Scholars Who Conduct the Tafsir of Qur’an In Ramadan, By Murtadha Gusau

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Bestower Mercy Verily, all good praises are for Allah, we seek His help and His forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allah from the evil of our own souls and from our bad deeds. Whomsoever Allah guides will never be led astray,…
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Columns

The University, Progressives and the Unintended Consequences of the Equality Principle, By Jibrin Ibrahim

The fact of the matter is that Nigerian governments are irresponsible and never fully implements the deals it signs. The struggle for a responsive and accountable government is a much larger one and goes far beyond the ASUU struggle. ASUU must go into introspection and learn what every trade unionist…
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Opinion

Year 2019 and the Search for the Nigerian President, By Majeed Dahiru

As 2019 approaches, Nigerians must begin to look beyond APC’s Muhammadu Buhari for good governance, progress and prosperity. The bar and standard of the quality of leadership must be raised above ethno-religious sentiments to pragmatic solutions to our problems as a nation. One lesson learnt is that the old order…
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