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Opinion

The South-East of Nigeria Knows Little Poverty Compared to the Rest, By ‘Tope Fasua

...the people from South-East Nigeria are certainly not the worst off people in Nigeria. They just happen to be the most difficult to please, and probably impossible to impress. They are doing better than most. And why? Not because the government has been nice to them, but actually the opposite.…
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Opinion

Partnering for the Wellbeing of Nigerians, By The Senior Working Group

The potential of Nigeria’s tremendous human and entrepreneurial strengths is yet to be fully realised. Instability continues to undermine the country’s potential for prosperity. The state’s weaknesses in effectively addressing these sources of instability perpetuates a cycle of reoccurring violent conflicts in communities across the country, more often in Northern…
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Columns

Today’s Nigeria and Awo’s Counsel (1), By Dele Agekameh

In his speech, Chief Obafemi Awolowo posited that the basis for any union among communities, especially amongst diverse national groups such as we have in Nigeria, is utmost mutual trust and understanding. That trust was lost at the infancy of the nation…. On Thursday, July 27, 2017, "Whispering Cannon", an…
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Opinion

Jobs As Panacea for IPOB and Youth Restiveness In Nigeria, By Cheta Nwanze

The world’s largest black country has not managed to take the steps needed to create economic opportunity for a majority of its citizens. This is evidently at the heart of all of our national problems. We are a country where hundreds of thousands of people, including IPOB supporters, have the…
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