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Opinion

More Questions on Soft Drinks, Benzoic Acid and Nigerian Regulators, By Simbo Olorunfemi

If elevated temperature, as is the case in tropical Nigeria, is a factor that can enhance benzene formation - a well documented carcinogenic substance, how then does it make sense for the prescribed benzoic acid level in Nigerian manufactured soft drinks to be higher than that of a temperate United…
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Naira Afloat: Right-Valuing Our Lifestyles, By Emrys Ijaola

There is no strong naira without a strong economy. There is no strong economy without a strong-willed people and government. There is no prosperous nation anywhere in the world, but only a nation of prosperous people. The new forex regime gives us the opportunity to make this happen and turn…
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Speed Limiter On Thursday Of Long Knives, By Azu Ishiekwene

It's illogical to claim that speed limiters give kidnappers, car snatchers and armed robbers an advantage over road users. What, in fact, gives them advantage is unregulated speeding, which makes it even more difficult to instinctively judge the motives of potential criminals. The House of Representatives is spoiling for a…
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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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