Opinion

Maximum Security Needed for Mr. President As Corruption Fights Back, By Joe Igbokwe

As President Buhari digs in without looking back in fighting corruption in Nigeria, corruption is ferociously fighting back like a wounded lion. The most corrupt political party in Africa and the world, PDP was the first to start the blackmail and intimidation. They tell us is that the President should…
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Guest Columns

Who Is Afraid of a Female INEC Chair?, By Ropo Sekoni

Even as an acting chair of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Mrs. Amina B. Zakari has gotten more than her fair share of bashing, particularly from the political party under which she was invited to serve as commissioner for over four years. From the caustic character of the opposition…
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Opinion

Who Can Fix Nigeria’s Housing Problems?, By Roland Igbinoba

Frankly speaking, Nigeria’s housing problem is derived from a historical lack of focus on housing development. Over the years, the country has not been able to develop a viable and sustained housing finance system either because of lack of expertise, up to date and knowledgeable industry leaders especially in the…
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Opinion

Before Bishop Kukah is Crucified, By Jude Ndukwe

Bishop Hassan Kukah’s recent comments after the visit of the National Peace Committee (NPC) to President Muhammadu Buhari have generated some controversies. These controversies, which have been given bite by those who saw the Bishop’s comments as a tacit advice to the president not to pursue his anti-corruption campaign was…
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Opinion

Abuja Land Ownership As Cesspool of Thievery and Vultures, By Dayo Olaide

Living in Abuja can be a fantastic experience. Commonly regarded as Nigeria’s sole planned city, Abuja is a beauty to behold, with grandiose buildings, fantastic road networks and boulevards that make pleasurable commuting experience. Well manicured green areas spice the pleasure. The roads come alive under the lights at night.…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

Pope Francis, Kukah, and The Catholic Teaching On Corruption, By Adeolu Ademoyo

The Catholic Church, being the oldest church has a faith history, which is worthy of study and meditation. It is this deep faith history of the Catholic Church that partly leads to the visibility-both negative and positive- it gets on issues among Catholics and non-Catholics. And this is fair enough.…
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Opinion

Bishop Kukah, You Need to Stitch Your Reputation On Time, By Eze Alloysius

Through The Secretary, Catholic Bishop Conference of Nigeria Catholic Secreteriat, Abuja. To Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah Your Lordship, An Open Letter on Your “National Peace Committee” Visit to President Mohammadu Buhari - An evil Mission In disguise Kindly permit me a short introduction of myself. I am first a common…
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