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Opinion

Buhari’s Civilian Presidency: Was It a Serious Misunderstanding?, By Frisky Larr

In all of these, the president is nowhere to be seen. He is nowhere to be heard. Has it been a serious misunderstanding after all is said and done? President Muhammadu Buhari will ultimately have to choose between his health and the health of Nigeria. Will he give his last…
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Opinion

Emir Sanusi and the ‘Fight for the Soul of Nigeria’, By ‘Tope Oriola

I wonder how many Salisus and Alis are roaming the streets of northern Nigeria as almajiris. How many Bunmis and Fatimas have been forcibly married off and turned to mothers before they understood the micro-mechanics of their bodies? The wastage of human talents and resources anywhere is a crime against…
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Opinion

Living the Memory of Paschal-Event in Nigeria Today, By Francis Anekwe Oborji

...it is through our prolongation of the memory of the risen Christ, obedience to his words, and participation in the Eucharist, allowing these to transform our lives, that we can transform our society and recreate it in a way everyone could feel proud of being a Nigerian. Seen from this…
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Opinion

The “Yorùbá” Nation and the “Omolúwàbí” Renaming Proposal, By Tunji Olaopa

...What’s in a name? In what specific senses does a name or naming constitute a signpost to destiny and predestination? What causal effect does a name achieve, especially as the Christian bible suggest of the Abram/Abraham, Jacob/Isreal or of Jabez renaming? I have never hidden the fact that I am…
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Columns

Falling Domestic Prices, Alternative Facts, By Uddin Ifeanyi

Whatever the impetus was for price rises last year, when inflation is measured this year against the respective months for 2016, the huge increases in the “base” numbers for this measure would mean that increases this year will appear smaller — barring further structural or secular shocks to prices. This…
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