Opinion

The Worker, the Naira, Subsidy and Prof. Femi Odekunle, By Garba Deen Muhammad

Prof. Odekunle is upset with Labour because they are too fixated on an archaic ideal that free lunch is a right. He believes, and I totally agree with him, that should NLC go ahead to oppose the kind of subsidy we are wasting on the importation of petroleum, then the…
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Columns

Thoughts On the Presidential Media Chat, By Gimba Kakanda

Overall, the media chat is a commendable effort and, despite dampening the spirit of some Nigerians, it shows that we are finally free from a regime of mendacity, as witnessed in the years of the Hat-wearing zoologist who, without blinking eyes, and aware Nigerians were watching him, claimed the state…
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Opinion

On the Presidential Media Charade, By Jude Ndukwe

The worst answer of the night was the one he gave to Ibanga Isine’s concern on the continued dangerous trend of state security institutions flagrantly disobeying court orders and deliberately undermining the judiciary, especially as it concerns Sambo Dasuki, Kayode Are, Nnamdi Kanu, Patrick Akpobolokemi who have all had judicial…
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Opinion

CBN’s Unjust Withdrawal Fines, By Peregrino Brimah

The explanation of this nationwide fine on bank customers cannot be comprehended in view of modern financial standards. It is unprecedented. Nowhere in the developed world are such fines slammed on the citizenry. Rather citizens are enticed by the banks to keep their money with them. "Rewards" and "bonus points"…
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