Opinion

Carbon Trading and the Policy Enablers for Nigeria, By Mohammed Dahiru Aminu

...carbon trading can be achieved in Nigeria for both medium and long-term objectives. Attempts can be made to facilitate it in a way that countries richer than Nigeria can cut their emissions by offsetting costs that accrue in the development of carbon lowering schemes in countries poorer than Nigeria. Carbon…
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Dealing With Nigeria’s Changing Operating Environment, By Uddin Ifeanyi

...there are really few options to investing in a workforce that is both nimble and agile. Not many may yet call global points of inflection. So its current challenge is to have a population and an infrastructure base that can turn on a kobo as it responds to changes in…
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Sowore, Alaafin Aole and Murder In Wukari, By Festus Adedayo

Like Alaafin Arogangan and Aole, history’s recording spool is fast-putting in a permanent form, Buhari’s penchant for hitting his foot against the stone. I sneaked into the spool and found what it etched on the Buhari, history tells me, is Alaafin Aole personified. There is this folk song sang mostly…
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The 1440 A.H./2019 Eid-ul-Adha Celebration, By Murtadha Gusau

I hope that this Eid will bring immense joy for each Muslim individual and confer ease as they carry out their respective sacrifices. I wholeheartedly wish our fellow Muslim brothers and sisters a very happy Eid, Eid Mubarak! Saturday, Dhul-Hijjah 9, 1440 (August 10, 2019) In the Name of Allah,…
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Kashmir-Hong Kong: The Furious Flames of Separatism, By By Owei Lakemfa

I think Hong Kong will go fully Chinese and become wholly integrated with mainland China no matter the prevailing ideology in the latter, but Kashmir still has a long journey in the wilderness of sectarianism, secession and anarchism because the resolution of its crises, is dependent on the settling of…
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