Guest Columns

Landlords and Integrity of Development Plans in Lekki-Lagos, By Olaseni Durojaiye

The battle line of economic leadership of the African continent has been long drawn between South Africa and Nigeria. While Nigeria could boast of vast human and natural resources, South Africa relied on refined strategy, discipline and global best practices to hold sway for a long time. High on the…
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Guest Columns

Chibok Girls in the Wider Human Rights and Security Considerations, By Kolawole Olaniyan

When President Goodluck Jonathan assumed office in May 2011, he identified persistent violence and crime as a major problem confronting the country. He promised to “confront this threat against our collective peace and security, and bring the perpetrators to justice.” But recent events have shown that the president has failed…
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