Columns

NDDC Corruption Or Not, the Federal Government Owes the Niger Delta, By Ebere Onwudiwe

The upshot of all of these is that while the president should continue to ensure that the law deals with anyone implicated in the shocking corruption and waste in the NDDC, he must not let the recent political theatre around corruption in the National Assembly take his eyes off the…
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Columns

The Curse of Chief Festus, By Uddin Ifeanyi

...a bit like planting seeds ahead of the season, such tariffs end up diverting citizens' scarce resources into the pockets of “foresighted” entrepreneurs like Chief Festus, whose only claim to managerial savvy is that they either receive subsidies from government under the pretext of a national industrial policy, or have…
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Opinion

Buni’s Exceptional Approach To the Recovery of APC, By Mamman Mohammed

Buni's approach, which is centered on true reconciliation, justice and fair play, has no doubt taken the path of building a sustainable internal democracy in the APC, and opening a new chapter of developmental democracy for national growth. It would also point in the direction of how the capacity of…
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Columns

Can Buhari Separate Two Chickens In A Fight?, By Festus Adedayo

A combination of a peacemaking-phobic nature and Ayariga’s thesis of a Buhari whose senescence has literally grounded Nigeria, have resulted in the reign of a ceremonial president who knows next to nothing about what happens around him. Or who just doesn’t care. This is clearly Nigeria’s hugest burden at the…
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Opinion

Primate Nicholas Okoh’s Legacies In the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion, By Folu Olamiti

Having done his utmost best for the cause of the church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Primate Okoh however believes that there is still a lot to be done to attain God's ordained standard for the church and the same applies to other churches. According to him, Christians must internalise and…
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Article of Faith

Called To Minister To God (3), By  Femi Aribisala

 God takes us through pain and adversity because He wants us to identify with Him.  Those who minister to God lament over the things that break God’s heart.  We grieve over the afflictions of Joseph. (Amos 6:6). We commiserate with a distressed Father who daily sees His beloved children going astray,…
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Opinion

The AfCFTA, Nigeria’s Border Closure and the COVID-19 Pandemic, By Ope Oriniowo

Notwithstanding, Nigeria’s benefit from the AfCFTA will be dependent not just on a deep understanding of the document by our policy makers but also their ability to cascade information to the public and position the Nigeria economy post-COVID-19 to leverage on the free trade agreement, particularly in the area of…
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Opinion

NDDC Scandal: Not An Argument Against Restructuring, By Moses Ochonu

Leaders of development institutions are more likely to be accountable and to rein in bureaucratic excesses when there is a threat or possibility of local, proximate countervailing reaction from the immediate community and when there is no possibility of federal protection from the wrath of stakeholder communities. The corruption scandal…
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