Opinion

The National Assembly Vs. Fashola: the Unending Issues, By Oluseun Onigbinde

The issue of appropriation should be tested at the Supreme The framers of the constitution already gave the powers of budget implementation to the executive. This means there are no legal consequences if certain projects are not funded, rather there are only political implications in the next budget cycle. The…
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Opinion

Osinbajo and the National Question, By Kingsley Moghalu

...mollifying platitudes and ex-cathedra declarations alone won’t do it. What will do it are the laws, policies and political and governance practices that will counter fissiparous tendencies in the court of public opinion and in the battle for hearts and minds. This is how democratic countries address, or ought to…
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Columns

Seeking Assistance from Non-Muslims Not Tantamount to Agreeing With their Beliefs, By Murtadha Gusau

Servants of Allah!.. Leaning on such assistance is not considered supporting a non-Muslim against a Muslim, but rather it is supporting Islam, establishing the religion, and eradicating corruption from the earth. In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Bestower of Mercy Verily, all good praises are for Allah,…
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Opinion

The Unspoken Message In Buhari’s Voice Note, By Azu Ishiekwene

As long as silence and hypocritical requests for prayers remain the official policy to managing information about Buhari’s health status, we will have to contend with worse treachery than the voice note. When the presidency decided that it would not make any statement about President Muhammadu Buhari’s health status on…
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Opinion

Kill The Hypocrisy About Religious Studies In Schools, By Azu Ishiekwene

- CAN President, Reverend Samson Ayokunle If, according to the CAN president, the goal of keeping religious studies is to save us from a society where all forms of ungodliness is the order of the day, well, we’re already in a post-godly world. And Ayokunle does not need to look…
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Opinion

Anti-corruption War: Whistleblowers In Danger, By Godwin Onyeacholem

When potential whistleblowers hear or read these unnerving stories about the plight of those who had made disclosures before them under the policy, the way they are exposed to danger with no protection of any kind from relevant stakeholders in the society, the first reaction would be to obey the…
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