Opinion

The Nigerian Army and ‘Fatal Arrogance’, By Yushau A. Shuaib

The painful irony of this publicity attempt gone awry is the fact that the Nigerian military has an enviable reputation of professionalism, gallantry, resilience, and straightforwardness that does not require propaganda to push for a positive social narrative. It is baffling and hard to believe that the Nigerian Army under…
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Opinion

The Imperative of Tech Innovation Challenge in Nigeria, By Inyene Ibanga

The scheme was designed to mitigate the health and social impacts of COVID-19 in Nigeria through technology, and to facilitate and enhance processes along the prevention-detection-treatment value chain of the disease. It was also geared towards cushioning the financial and other levels of impact of COVID-19 during and after the…
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Opinion

Primate Ndukuba: Setting the Stage for the Anglican Evangelical Revival, By Folu Olamiti

With Primate Ndukuba's evangelism background and with the help of God, it is believed that the revival agenda he has set for the Church of Nigeria can be achieved and lead to God's reign prevailing more and more over the church and the nation at large. The Church of Nigeria,…
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Columns

Whistling and Sneering At the Same Time, By Wole Olaoye

The moral decay afflicting the country at large is particularly evident in the oil producing states, where the impoverished people cheer their corrupt leaders instead of holding them to account for their stewardship. In most communities, the pre-oil days of the early 1950s were their most prosperous and happiest. You…
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Columns

American Visa Ban As Nigeria’s Madman In Custody of Mother’s Corpse, By Festus Adedayo

The Nigerian politician is the proverbial mad man left in possession of his mother’s corpse. He has loaned his sense of righteousness, justice and knowledge of what is right to unseen and unknown demons. America and the West, havens where our politicians funnel stolen funds and where they run to,…
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Opinion

On the Recent Pardon of Ambrose Alli and Anthony Enahoro, By Eric Teniola

...the contribution of Chief Anthony Enahoro to this country is always appreciated. A nationalist per excellence, he moved the motion on Nigeria’s independence, he led the Mid-West delegation to the ad-hoc Constitutional Conference in 1967, he became Nigeria’s minister, led Nigeria’s delegation during the civil war to the peace conferences,…
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Columns

Restructuring, Zoning and Northern Oligarchs, By Osmund Agbo

In making the case for restructuring Nigeria, many progressives continue to expound on its many virtues to the clogged ears of these oligarchs. The hope, however, is that one day, these “owners” of Nigeria will come to their senses and become faithful converts; a product of ludicrous wishful thinking. By…
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Opinion

CBN Vs. NESG: Waving the White Flag for the Benefit of Nigerians, By Abiola Owoaje

As Nigerians face up to what is likely a fresh round of recession, all stakeholders in the economy must come together to ensure that our economic recovery plans are well thought through and backed by empirical data. The CBN should muster the humility to admit the fact that some of…
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