Columns

The Nigerian Left and the Future of Politics, By Jibrin Ibrahim

The meeting urged the political left to support comrades who are running for public offices on credible progressive platforms. In so doing, the political left would commit itself to promoting the ideals and values of an alternative system that seeks to change the present order. The transformation of the state…
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Opinion

The Necessity of Including Women In Solving the Boko Haram Crisis, By Jacob Zenn

So long as women’s voices are relegated to the backseat behind men’s voices, the conference will suffer from a lack of diverse perspectives about a conflict that needs more — not less — respect for women’s solutions. This is a “manference” — not a conference. This week Nadia Murad, a…
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Columns

Can NBC Re-invent Broadcasting In Nigeria?, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

...the NBC must regulate the broadcast space, but it must however do so professionally and in concert with stakeholders, while ensuring the buy-in of citizens. Given the manner by which the Kawu-led NBC has acquitted itself with issues in the industry, there are obvious signs that the re-invention of broadcasting…
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Opinion

Buhari and the Cabinet of Saints and Sinners, By Yushau A. Shuaib

Meanwhile, it is worthy of note that there has been more noise on corruption of the past than setting concrete agenda to avoid the pitfalls of the past. There could be collateral damages if average Nigerian civil servants, especially those in Abuja are probed to justify the sources of their…
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