Opinion

ASUU and the New Unionism: Redeeming Imperatives, By Adeshina Afolayan

‘What happens in a strike happens not to one person It is a crisis with meaning and potency for all and prophetic of a future.’  —Meridel Le Sueur (1900-1996) Is it possible to imagine an industrial union without a strike agenda? An answer to this fundamental question must necessarily be qualified…
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Opinion

Sorry, the President Cannot suspend a CBN Governor! By Jiti Ogunye

Since, this news platform, Premium Times, published our intervention entitled " Sanusi's Suspension is Illegal and Unconstitutional" on Friday, February 21, 2014, a number of persons, in reaction to the article, have asked whether, having regard to the provisions of the Interpretation Act, the President can, legally, suspend  a CBN…
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Economy

Reforming Our Universities, By Ifeanyi Uddin

Decades after its ouster from office, the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) administration remains one of the most steeped in controversy in Nigeria. How much of the country's current baseness is the consequence of that administration turning "corrupt practices" into a tool of statecraft? You are likely to find debate heating…
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Opinion

Conversations in the North East, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Nigeria’s Second African Peer Review of our governance systems is currently on going. It is conducted by a broad based Steering Committee under the chairmanship of Senator Ken Nnamani. Last week, a stakeholder’s sensitisation workshop for the six states in the North East took place in Gombe on the objectives…
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