Columns

Stand With the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) In Love, Following, Honour and Respect, By Imam Murtada Gusau

In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful All praise is due to Allah, Rabb (Cherisher and Sustainer) of all the worlds. May peace and blessings of Allah be upon the Messenger, his family and companions. Fellow Muslims! Fellow Nigerians! In the days that tribulations and crisis have overwhelmed…
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Guest Columns

The Amaechi Years: A Good Example of Common Sense Revolution, By Bola Ahmed Tinubu

Indeed, even as we subscribe to the tenets of a Common Sense Revolution, we must retool ourselves, for the new leadership needs to embark on policies that will improve the general well being of the mass of our people. In the course of the historic campaign for the 2015 Presidential…
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Columns

Inclusive Business: An Innovative Policy Choice for Stimulating Job Creation, By Soji Apampa

For many developing country governments, their job creation policies generate the right sound bites, and tend to focus on quick fixes that transfer some form of subsidies/benefits to different economic actors like SURE-P, whilst demanding certain levels of Policy making in Nigeria is typically dominated by the political imperatives of…
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Opinion

Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria: Friend or Foe?, By Temitope Olajiga

As with global standards, the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRCN) was set up under the FRCN Act 6 of 2011 with a defined mandate. Apart from protecting the interests of investors and stakeholders, the Council was established to give guidance to the public on issues relating to financial reporting…
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Columns

British Obama, Nigerian Blood and Misplaced Patronage, By Steve Ayorinde

Chuka Umunna must be the most popular black man on earth today. Barely 37 and born of a Nigerian father in London, he is one of the four ‘Nigerians’ that won parliamentary seats in the United Kingdom elections last Thursday. But the new black kid on the block is not…
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Opinion

The Curious Case of Ben Murray-Bruce, By Anthony A. Kila

There is a fascinating metamorphosis going on amongst Nigerian elites that is worthy of paying attention to. Like in the biological process wherein animals physically develop a conspicuous and relatively abrupt change in their body structure through cell growth and differentiation, some Nigerian elites are rapidly metamorphosing into something different…
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