Guest Columns

Saraki’s Insubordination and the Signs of Things to Come!, By Frisky Larr

...the need to stay calm and allow the President some time to understand the situation has so far dominated the reasoning of many critical observers, who are still waiting and watching out for just one decisive step from the President to reassure them that he is very much on course…
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Opinion

Buhari’s Visit to Germany Signals A New Beginning, By Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa

In furtherance of his desire to jumpstart the ailing Nigerian economy, President Muhammadu Buhari departed Nigeria for Germany, purportedly on the invitation of the G7 leaders. This is a signal of a new beginning. In times past, the PDP-led government of former President Goodluck Jonathan would turn this into a…
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Opinion

Amnesty for Boko Haram and the Rules of International Law, By Nonso Robert Attoh

“...It is where, and in this case because, the conduct of the participants in the armed conflict is alleged to amount to international crimes that the question arises whether in such a situation a state has the same choice to dispense with the prosecution of the alleged ” Prosecutor v.…
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Guest Columns

The APC’s Steep Learning Curve, By Chris Ngwodo

In going against the APC hierarchy and Tinubu, in particular, to contest and clinch the presidency of the senate, Senator Saraki has exhibited the same skills for which Tinubu has been lionised as a sagacious politician, rare strategist and political genius. Saraki emerged against the wishes of his party in…
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Guest Columns

Buhari and the Nigerian Foreign Exchange, By Olalekan Waheed Adigun

If President Buhari is serious about strengthening the position of the naira against, say the dollar, his government must make deliberate policies to diversify the economy from oil dependence; increase its productive base through youth entrepreneurship, innovation; and stimulate demand for domestically-made goods. The naira is known to have dropped…
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Opinion

Death of Our Goliath: A Tribute to Emma Ezeazu, By Denja Yaqub

He approached all his endeavours with humility, a high sense of communal commitment and painstaking thoroughness. He operated the secretariat of the CLO in such manner that attracted the interests and commitment of several other comrades, who had thought the organisation had many petty bourgeoise elements and lacked the Marxian…
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