Opinion

How the Sex-For-Marks Phenomenon Damages Nigeria, By ‘Tope Fasua

...if students are not allowed to study in an atmosphere devoid of fear, their productivity will be If students are unable to express themselves because lecturers are harsh, mean, fraudulent, lecherous, manipulating and self-seeking, predatory, wicked, and uncaring, then where will innovations come from? Through this process, the lecturers will…
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Opinion

Abuja Airport – Perhaps One Day We’ll Get It Right, By ‘Tope Fasua

What will it take to maintain the Abuja Airport, at least in the way the Chinese who built it would have maintained the edifice?..What will it take to remove cobwebs from its walls and surfaces? What will it take to reach up to the ceilings and get to difficult-to-reach parts…
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Opinion

Perhaps Blacks Have Lower IQs Indeed – But That Can Be Fixed, By ‘Tope Fasua

...is the black man less intelligent in comparison with the brown, red, yellow or White man?.. I will say for now, yes. I mean it is a temporary, fixable issue. To reverse the scenario, we have to invest in nutrition, communication, enlightenment, and education. We also have to find better…
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Opinion

The $9 Billion P&ID Scam: Between T.Y Danjuma and Government Lawyers, By ‘Tope Fasua

Growing up in the military days, I used to wish to grow up to be as handsome as T. Y. Danjuma. I have an eye for things beautiful and Danjuma was indeed tall, dark and handsome in the rank of the army officers whose names, ranks and positions we had…
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Opinion

Mama Oyoyo, We Have Debt, Revenue and Expenditure Problems, By ‘Tope Fasua

I urge those running the economic not to bully the rest of us with this ‘we have a revenue not a debt problem’ rhetoric. We have more problems than that. It is not an ‘either/or’ scenario. To add to the problems with debt AND revenue, we must add the fact…
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Opinion

Throwing Fowler Under the Bus for Economic Underperformance?, By ‘Tope Fasua

...as much as we know the issues around Fowler’s leadership of FIRS, we disagree with Kyari; Fowler is not to blame for the drastic drop in collections. If we must blame anyone, we should blame the supreme leader, who takes issues of the people’s welfare with much levity. And we…
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Opinion

Mr. President, Please Be More Active, By ‘Tope Fasua

...contrary to those fanatics who are trying to convince us all that ‘ministers do not have access to or see the president in a presidential system of government’, the truth is that presidents are not masquerades and should actually avail themselves as much as possible and be very interactive, especially…
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