Opinion

An Unacceptable Presidential Debate!, By Banji Ojewale

Let our presidential debate organisers bring in the new breed players with their revolutionary ideas on rebuilding Nigeria. We need their speed and new thinking in addressing the problems created by a succession of self-serving establishment rulers. Let a hundred flowers bloom, and a hundred schools of thought contend. —…
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Opinion

Does Nigeria Still Have Time To Prevaricate?, By ‘Tope Fasua

...the surest evidence we need to know that Nigeria has no time at all, and no excuse in the world for being where it is, is that at least five companies, some created by mere teenagers, are valued more than Nigeria presently. Amazon, Google (Alphabet), Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple, are…
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Opinion

What Tai Solarin, and Richard Quest, Said About Nigeria’s Power Problem, By ‘Tope Fasua

Tai’s argument was for something more profound. He wanted a scenario where everything is slowed down and methodical, to the extent that our children will be taught how to solve every problem using their own intelligence. He wanted the Nigerian youth to learn how to build things rather than build…
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Opinion

Canada at 150: Lessons for Nigerian Youth, By Chido Onumah

The challenge before Nigerian youth, therefore, and the lesson they can learn from a country like Canada is how to build an inclusive nation, home to millions of people from diverse ethnicities and backgrounds, living together in harmony and bound by social justice, equity, the rule of law and a…
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Opinion

What I Found Osinbajo Doing In the Toilet, By ‘Tope Fasua

Osinbajo has shown the humility we require in leadership in Nigeria. It is true that those around our leaders always clear the road and ensure that everything looks rosy before our leaders get They ensure that our leaders never know the real situation about anything while they sing A real…
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Opinion

Towards a Project of Nigerian Renewal, By Mohammed Dahiru Aminu

Because of how aggrieved a lot of Nigerians are, given government’s ineptitude, it seems that very many of us yearn for an opportunity to express ourselves and to forge ahead by trying out something different from what was done in the past. To achieve this, we must not resort to…
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Opinion

RIGHT OF REPLY: Do We Need a New Political Party Now?, By ‘Tope Fasua

- INEC Chair, Professor Mahmood Yakubu We need a new party Nigeria is retrogressing when smaller and less-endowed African nations are getting their acts together. We need a new party for those who understand and appreciate the URGENCY OF NOW! We need that new party because this country needs to…
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