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Opinion

Nigerian Media: Balancing Professionalism, Advocacy and Business, By Azu Ishiekwene

In my few years and limited experience in business, when the going got tough and the flood waters threatened, I asked myself what we needed to do to stay afloat, only one answer kept coming back to me repeatedly: journalism, damn good journalism. What, really, is the business of the…
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Opinion

Delay May Be Dangerous: Private Letter To Kenyatta, By Azu Ishiekwene

Mr. President, I can imagine your disappointment last week after the ruling of the Supreme Court declaring your election null and void. Four out of six justices nullified an election in which million or 54 percent voted for you as their choice, each Justice assuming the equivalent or more of…
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Opinion

Dirty Secrets In the Cut-Off War, By Azu Ishiekwene

At least two vice chancellors present at the Abuja meeting informed me that it was not JAMB but the administrators, comprising the vice chancellors, provosts, rectors and registrars present who lowered the cut-off points after they were informed, among other things, that the “Late Application by Institution" list will no…
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