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Opinion

Amending the Nigeria Broadcasting Code: A Legal Analysis, By Justin Ige

The wide apprehension that the amended Code has caused is unnecessarily exaggerated from a legal standpoint. The Broadcasting Code is law, but it is not law in a vacuum. It exists within a larger legal context and will bow to superior legislation, particularly the Constitution of the Federal Republic of…
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Columns

The Market and the Invisible Hand of Coronavirus, By Bunmi Fatoye-Matory

Coronavirus, which causes COVID-19,  probably has never heard of this invisible hand theory. In fact, scientists say the virus is not even a living thing. Yet, it has become a real invisible hand affecting the market, controlling the forces of demand and supply, skewing them this way and that, rewarding…
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Opinion

Ayinla Omowura: the Unlettered Genius and Prodigy Unlocked, By Wole Akinyosoye

Ayinla Omowura, was a prodigy unlocked, he sang his heart out on this side of existence and sang himself to the peak of Apala music. He apparently also died with music still locked up inside him. He couldn’t read or write, he composed and sang directly from his heart. He…
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Opinion

The Unfortunate Official Misrepresentation that Nigeria Still Endures!, By Ibrahim Ado-Kurawa

The Nigeria High Commission in London is still publicising the Seven Point Agenda of President Umaru Musa Yar’ Adu’a, ten years after his demise. The list of honourable ministers is that of 2011. Does it mean the High Commission cannot obtain the updated list of Nigerian ministers in 2020? Why…
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Columns

World Health Organisation and the Exit of America’s Leadership, By Osmund Agbo

The truth is that America has never suffered this degree of humiliation before. The coronavirus has come to expose the worst notion of leadership there is, in the worst possible way. Trump’s America has now achieved an international pariah The United States has become the first casualty of a terribly…
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