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Africa’s Growing Youth Population – Its True Treasure, By Adetola Salau

By 2030, 20 per cent of the world’s population will be This size means that the African workforce has the ability to drive global growth for decades. In order to do this, Africans must execute the necessary restructuring today. We must help position our youth for achieving this feat. I…
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ASUU: A Personal Voyage Around A Strike, By Pius Adesanmi

...the way I see it, ASUU and the students and the frustrated parents are all collective victims of the tragic and colossal failure of leadership in Nigeria. This point is not limited to the current irresponsible administration of President Buhari. The one before and the one before and the one…
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Jonathan and the Chibok Girls Affair, By Majeed Dahiru

In fact, the Jonathan administration acted before time to prevent the abduction of the school girls by issuing a security advisory for students to be evacuated from risk prone areas to safer locations. In a letter dated March 12, the urgency that "candidates in the federal unity schools be assembled…
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Aregbesola In the Eyes Of History, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

Warts and all, Aregbesola is an invigorating historical character. A throwback to the past, he is actually in reality, the one real social democrat who has held a strategic office in this republic. This is an amazing feat, having come out of the right wing neo-liberal environment of post-1999 Lagos…
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2019: The Illusion of Oby and Other Rookies, By Louis Odion

Given the referenced institutional barrier, one therefore shares the view that it would perhaps have been more prudent if folks like Oby had chosen to fish in little political rivers with better prospects of victory, rather than spreading their scant net too thin in the vast ocean without much hope.…
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