Opinion

The Aso Rock Clinic: A Reflection of the Rot In Nigerian Medicare, By Ademola Adeoye

Each time this and other raging national issues are raised, the first thing our professional politicians say is something in this manner: “You know that we are still young as a nation. With time, we would get it right. You know America, German, been around for so long a ”…
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Opinion

Is STEM a New Way of Doing Maths?, By Adetola Salau

Mathematics is an integral part of STEM, yet we need to be careful not to neglect the full development of students’ mathematical understanding in order to integrate STEM “activities” into an already overpacked curriculum. Without mathematics, there's nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is…
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Opinion

Buhari’s Most Divisive Independence Day Speech, By Majeed Dahiru

In addressing issues surrounding the renewed separatist agitation in the South-East, the president not only failed to reassure Nigerians from that part of the country of his commitment to a just and fair Nigeria where nobody will be marginalised on account of ethnicity, religion, state of origin and partisan choice.…
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Columns

Their Wars, Our Woes: A Case of Buhari’s House of Chaos, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

Notwithstanding the monumental failure of the government and the internal wrangling within the inner caucus, collectively there will always be an avenue for them to reconcile and iron out their differences, while the rest of us continue to wallow in the throes of woes. The appointment of a new deputy…
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Opinion

Ikpeazu, IPOB and Saving Nigeria from the Brink of a Civil War, By Mayowa Tijani

In all, I’m delighted that the October 1 doomsday prophecy is now behind us, but we all must work together towards a peaceful and united Nigeria. I cannot explain the relief I felt on October 4, 2017, when it finally dawned on me that Nigeria’s independence celebrations had actually come…
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Opinion

NNPC: Buhari’s Autumn As Moral Czar?, By Louis Odion

If we are to believe that President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) didn't know or couldn't have sanctioned all these all along, as being canvassed by his advocates, then there can only be a more frightening certainty: the president must be utterly oblivious of key happenings around him, being technically out of…
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Opinion

Steve’s Unfair Tirade Against Buhari, By Garba Shehu

Perhaps Steve, my all-time friend, a well-known investigative journalist who poured scorn on President Buhari, accusing his administration of hypocrisy, should send his correspondents to the field to help us uncover where the hypocrisy actually lies. “THAT OCTOBER 1 HATE SPEECH,” a column by Steve Nwosu, the respected journalist and…
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