Opinion

2015: Imperative of a Northeast Presidency, By Bukar Mustapha

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has just released the timetable for the 2015 general elections. This means political activities will soon pick up and the atmosphere will once again be charged. The most important of all the political horse-trading that will soon ensue is determining who occupies the presidency…
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Opinion

Our Civil Service at the Sill of the Future, By Tunji Olaopa

Nigeria, undoubtedly, is in the threshold of history. There are commendable development strides in the governance space which, if deepened and accelerated, will soon redefine Nigeria’s global reckoning. But the key words are ‘deepening and acceleration’ which entail balancing ‘doing the right thing’ and ‘doing it right’. Deepening means doing…
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Opinion

The Collective Challenge on the Anti-Graft War, By kayode Oladele

Fighting corruption without the involvement of the people and the civil society organizations is like trying to control flood and erosion with palm tree fences. The corrupt people do not live in another planet; they do not have different physiologies and other physical characteristics that differentiate them from the rest…
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