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Waltzing Out of Recession Through Lower Consumer Prices, By Uddin Ifeanyi

...both functionaries of state may have been less than responsible in raising hopes prematurely. This is especially so, because even their reading of their preferred index, inflation, is tendentious. A perfunctory reading of the National Bureau of Statistics’ numbers for inflation would show that the outlook for domestic prices are…
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What’s On Your President’s Plate In Nigeria?, By Pius Adesanmi

You can see that the Empire of Trifle that I have sketched out here has characterised the Presidential Daily Agenda of every President since 1999. Obasanjo, Yar’Adua, Jonathan, and, now, Buhari have all been enablers of trifledom. Outside of President Trump’s support base, there is a lot of worry about…
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The Poor Health of Our Political Parties, By Jibrin Ibrahim

..Nigerian parties do not have members. Party bosses and barons share member’s cards among Structures in the Nigerian political lexicon refers to patron-client relations in which the barons retain clients who they pay for to come to conventions and vote in particular ways that they have been directed to do.…
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Verily, Allah Hates Those Who Are Proud, Boastful and Arrogant, By Murtadha Gusau

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful 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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Winning With Whistle-blowing In a Recession, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

The whistle blowing policy on illegal arms and weapons may be explosive and daunting. Although there is apprehension regarding whether it will work or not, in my own opinion, it is worth trying and it will work if government has the will to implement it, and is transparent about its…
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