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Guest Columns

Exploitation of Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria, By Kayode Ogundamisi

Dear Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Please find below reports from whistle-blowers who contacted me and send daily photographs regarding the condition of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) across 17 camps in Borno State. I am informed that your office plays a supervisory role in agencies connected to the welafe of…
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Guest Columns

IGR Is Not a Sprint Race; Nigerian States Need Visionaries, By Oluseun Onigbinde

I’ve written this whilst gazing at the Cocoa House; it is a stark testimony to the sense of vision from those who imagined a 25-storey building when no such structure existed on the continent. There was a continuous approach towards sustainable revenue generation in governance, as from the days of…
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Opinion

Femi Fani-Kayode: Aturu Mulu Ebunu Gba aka Nwa, By Joe Igbokwe

“ololololo, Aturu mulu ebunu gba aka nwa oo, iwoliwo oooo!” - Igbo musician Fani-Kayode thought he could use his mouth to get former President Jonathan and PDP to power but the kite did not fly. The project failed woefully. Now Fani-Kayode has joined those who are still lamenting the loss…
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Opinion

A case for establishment of “Nigeria Charities Commission”, By Tope Fasua

Nigeria’s biggest challenge is how to reduce poverty, and close some of the income gap. This challenge ranks with the need to reduce corruption. Now, there are many ways to reduce poverty, and one of those is the present stance of the government to give handouts of N5,000 to 25million…
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Editorial

EDITORIAL: The menace called ‘Radio Biafra’

The disturbing signals from a radio station in southeast Nigeria called Radio Biafra evoke memories of the tragedy that took place in Rwanda twenty one years ago. In 1994, a radio station, Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines (RTLMC) orchestrated a genocide that stunned the world. Established in 1993, RTLMC…
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