Opinion

Channels TV and the Shame of Corporate Conceit, By Ken Tadaferua

- Onoshe Nwabuikwu ...if I were John Momoh and the management of Channels TV, an apology should be publicly tendered to Onoshe Nwabuikwu. It is the proper thing to do. I am truly mystified by the recent fierce hectoring and bullying of a broadcast media columnist, Onoshe Nwabuikwu, by Channels…
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Opinion

Setting the 2019 Elections Agenda (1): Poverty, By Ken Tadaferua

We need visionaries, can-do leaders with strategies, programmes and projects, local and foreign investor funding plans, clear execution timelines, milestones and targets. That is what we need now. And urgently too. So let’s get cracking and let the issues debates begin. I will here attempt a modest kickstart of a…
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Buhari: Stop Citizens’ Bashing, Get Real and Inspire, By Ken Tadaferua

A president who can see beyond the narrow prism of aristocratic and elite luxury, who knows his people, will be awed by their capacity in a nation like ours. He would deploy that power of the people to grow productivity, pride, self worth, hope and prosperity. President Muhammadu Buhari was…
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2019: The Need To Choose Our Political Candidates Wisely, By Ken Tadaferua

...little seems learnt from our sad political and socioeconomic history, occasioned, in the main, by horrible leadership. Views seem riven by selfish parochial interests than altruism for country. Perspectives are unabashedly driven by barely concealed tribalism, the North/South divide, personal greed, the silly cult worship of leaders and lack of…
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Osinbajo: Beyond Politics of PDP and Corruption, By Ken Tadaferua

...a good starting point for our cerebral vice president and respected pastor will be the biblical injunction: "You hypocrite! First remove the beam out of your own eye, and then you can see clearly to remove the speck out of your brother's eye." (Matthew 7:5). From there, Osinbajo can move…
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PDP Apology: Restructuring As Restitution, By Ken Tadaferua

...I believe that there is restitution our politicians can and must urgently undertake to save this country from imminent destructive desolation. But that restitution, which would be less demanding, less painful, and more altruistic than returning funds, can only come to pass on three key Our politicians are already in…
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