Opinion

A Disturbing Conflict of Interests: Senator Hope Uzodinma and the NPA Probe, By Majeed Dahiru

Senator Hope Uzodinma should recuse himself or be excused by the Senate president from the chairmanship of the Senate joint committee on tariffs, customs excise and marine transport in order not to jeopardise the outcome of this very important probe of the serious allegations of criminal infractions against the NPA.…
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Opinion

Nigeria: The Marathon Path to Ease of Doing Business, By Bukola Ogunyemi

There is definitely still a long way to go and more than anything else, those committed to reforming the system when it comes to improving the ease of doing business must understand that this is a marathon, an unending commitment to making Nigeria a true haven for local and foreign…
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Columns

Buharinomics as Reverse Robinhood, By Majeed Dahiru

In the face of the negative effects of Buharinomics, Nigerians are being asked to keep making sacrifices while the leadership class is not making any sacrifice at all. The government keeps blaming past administrations for our current problems, conveniently forgetting the reason it was elected was to solve problems and…
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Opinion

Nigeria Shippers Council: Still A Toothless Bulldog, By Emma Ufot

The opinion of concerned stakeholders is that if the Nigeria Shippers Council is still to function in the role of regulating the operation at the ports which was hitherto the function of the Nigerian Port Authority, then it is imperative for the government to empower the agency to effectively carry…
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Opinion

Hadiza Bala-Usman and the Nigerian Mentality, By Abdulrafiu Lawal

Hadiza should see the criticism trailing her appointment as a shot in the arm to prove her critics wrong, by surpassing everyone’s expectations at the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA). The organisation as it is today is in dire need of Her appointment among the otherwise many qualified persons is a…
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Opinion

The Hadiza Bala Usman They Don’t Know, By Uba Sani

In placing the young but extremely energetic and innovative Hadiza Bala Usman at the helm of the Nigerian Ports Authority, President Muhammadu Buhari abundantly underscored the direction of the new Nigeria: a nation where mediocrity will no longer find space; a nation where the energy of young, educated, talented, patriotic…
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Opinion

Tackling the Civil Service as Engine Room of Nigerian Corruption, By Monday Ubani

Much has been written and massive exposures made of the corruption of the political class but not much has been written, exposed or known of the corruption in the civil service, perpetrated by the civil servants, both at the State and Federal levels. It has a more devastating effect and…
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