Opinion

That We May Continue to Blow the Whistle, By Bala Magaji

The war against corruption cannot be won without the cooperation and participation of the public. As such, a major objective of the whistleblowing policy should be efforts at public buy-in and ownership of the initiative, and thus the securing of its sustainability. The current administration has, recently, made the whistleblowing…
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Opinion

Paris Club Refund and Ugwuanyi‘s Passion for Workers’ Welfare, By Louis Amoke

...one is proud to state that Govenor Ugwuanyi’s passion for the people’s wellbeing is unbeatable and a reflection of his passionate disposition and uncommon leadership style, which confirm his stance that Enugu State, is in the hands of God. When, at the behest of President Muhammadu Buhari, the federal government…
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Opinion

That NIA’s Black-Budget and the Mysterious Whistle-blower, By Yushau A. Shuaib

Now that NIA has laid claim to the amount found in the Ikoyi apartment, does it mean the Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCC) was misled? Is the mysterious whistle-blower a character in the inter-agency rivalry? Or is it another counter-intelligence by another foreign secret service against Nigeria? Preparatory to the…
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Columns

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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Opinion

The Osinbajo Committee is Unconstitutional and should be Disbanded, By Sam Amadi

For the interest of protecting the Constitution and not violating the separation of power in the Constitution, the president should disband the Osinbajo Committee and refer the allegations against the SGF and the DG of NIA to the ICPC and the EFCC respectively for investigation and other consequential actions. On…
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Guest Columns

Sanusi: Herdsman, Iconoclast Or Pretender?, By Azu Ishiekwene

Like the herdsman anxious to save the flock from danger, Sanusi’s comment was a wake-up call. If, however, like Frederik Willem de Klerk, he becomes the battering ram that deals the fatal blow on his privileged class, he will always find a place in our weary hearts, a much better…
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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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