Opinion

Corruption In Nigeria : Why the Fight Won’t Be Won In A Day, By Timothy Adewale

As the world marks Anti-Corruption Day, Mr. Buhari has an opportunity to revolutionise his anti-corruption fight and raise his game in his government’s efforts to rid Nigeria of corruption, poverty, and underdevelopment. Nigeria can and should lead the way for the rest of the world to entrench a culture of…
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The Senate President, Offa Robbery and Political Banditry In Nigeria, By Frederick Adetiba

I know a number of Nigerians are getting used to hearing these things, which are gradually becoming normalised, however I refuse to accept them as normal. It cannot be normal for the Senate president and a State governor to be associated with armed robbers. It is bizarre and it should…
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Opinion

The Life and Times of Bob Ogbuagu, By Orji Ogbonnaya Orji

...one way to immortalise Chief Bob Ogbuagu is to continue to promote, nurture and sustain the virtues of hard-work, love for man and country for which he lived, toiled and died. All roads lead to Umukabia, Umuahia, today, Saturday November 18, 2017 as Nigerians from far and near travel to…
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Opinion

OOTC: How Do We Recover – Urgently – Our Dignity As Nigerians?, By Chude Jideonwo

We have to recover our basic dignity. And with it our humanity. One to each other, then systems that make it so. Structures and laws, and rules, and processes and court judgements and simple symbolisms that make it clear that we know what matters. Let me tell you about my…
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Ondo Governorship Election: APC and the ‘Three Rs’, By Tunde Oladunjoye

There is no better time than now for APC to come together in Ondo State in particular, and South West in general. The party needs to urgently implement what I call the three Rs: Rethink, Reunite, and Re-strategise. Let me start by saying that the Ondo governorship election has come…
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Opinion

Fuel Scarcity and a Culture of Scapegoating, By Ikeogu Oke

The current situation requires supportive action, understanding, patience and sacrifice from the generality of Nigerians, as one would expect from good members of a family whose breadwinner suddenly lost their job or had their wages reduced drastically; and who, not of their own making, lacks the savings to cushion the…
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Opinion

Babatunde Raji Fashola: Shortchanging Change?, By Salihu Tanko Yakasai

Fashola represents what we all advocate, a detribalised and regionally indifferent Nigerian with the skills and talents to create an environment of vast ideas, opportunities and possibilities. So, it's only wise to remind him of the faith we have in him as he seems to have found himself in a…
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