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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Removal of CBN Governor: Keeping Our Focus on the Issue, By N-Katalyst

N-Katalyst, a non-partisan network of individuals with a deep commitment to the promotion of Nigerian unity and progressive change is seriously concerned about the removal of the CBN Governor on 20th February 2014 by the President Goodluck Jonathan Administration. ILLEGALITY OF THE REMOVAL OF THE CBN GOVERNOR The purported suspension…
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Opinion

Sanusi’s Suspension and the Limits of Hasty Judgment, By Adeolu Ademoyo

With the “suspension” from office of Mr. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi as the Governor of Nigeria’s Central Bank, the question of the lack of reason and law   had again been centered in Nigerian public governance. Like the case of the former Court of Appeal President Justice Ayọ Salami, President Jonathan again…
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Femi Fani-Kayode

Jonathan, Sanusi and the birth of a hero, By Femi Fani-Kayode

The former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi is not my favourite person and I have differences with him on many issues. I must however commend his immense courage for speaking out and exposing the monumental corruption in the government that he once served and…
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Article of Faith

Article of Faith: Why Pastors don’t go to Heaven, By Femi Aribisala

All those who still call themselves pastors today are not disciples of Jesus. I became the Pastor of Healing Wings, Chapel of Faith in 1998. But nine years later, I felt constrained to resign. My resignation came from the sudden realisation that even though God specifically called me to ministry,…
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Opinion

Aregbesola and His Traducers: Facts, Fictions and Fallacies, By Erasmus Ikhide

Politics in the State of Osun is attaining a feverish point as the state's governorship election slated for August 9 approaches. The developing state of affairs calls for cautious interrogation as facts and realities are trampled upon to levitate fictions and fallacies - albeit disingenuously - as the ultimate truth. However,…
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Issues of the Day

Sanusi’s Head, Nigeria’s Roof, By Pius Adesanmi

Dis Nigeria sef! You miss a day’s news cycle and you wake up to news that you’ve missed ten lifetimes’ worth of odoriferous higi-hagaric kookaburra (apologies to Patrick Obahiagbon). Yesterday morning, I was ferried from Johannesburg to Pretoria at the instance of Anesh Maistry, Deputy Director, Foreign Service, at South…
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