Columns

The Onnoghen Affair: Getting the Judiciary and the Bar To Work For Justice, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Nigerians are seriously concerned about the entrenched culture of corruption and impunity in the country. Therefore, it beholds on the National Judicial Council to ensure justice is not just done but seen to be done in the CJN matter. More importantly, all the judges and senior lawyers notorious for bribe-taking…
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Opinion

Nigeria: the Political Expediency of Defending the Indefensible, By Femi Akinfolarin

I wish Nigerians could for once be a people who reason rationally and refuse to accept illogical positions for the sake of political expediency. The truth is obvious, Saraki might be the victim of a gang up to bring him down from a senate president position that he took by…
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Opinion

When Will APC Stop Politics and Resume Governance?, By Uche Igwe

Those who voted APC into power are waiting almost endlessly for the dividends of democracy. We want clean water, affordable health care, affordable power supply, security of our neighbourhood, a competitive and predictable exchange rate regime, policy consistency and others. We need an enabling environment where small and medium scale…
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Guest Columns

Saraki: Removing Trousers Through The Head, By Jaafar Jaafar

I don't blame Saraki for becoming senate president. I rather blame the APC and the president for creating a chance for him. The APC and the presidency will certainly pay the price of their initial mistake, which created the crack Saraki entered in the senate caucus. As we say in…
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Columns

Were I Senate President Saraki, I Would Resign Today, By Ogaga Ifowodo

The formal filing of charges against Senator Bukola Saraki at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, not to speak of the extreme measure of issuing a bench warrant for his arrest for failure to appear in court to take his plea on the first day of hearing before he deigned to…
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