Opinion

How Nigeria’s $1 Billion Arms Fund Will Be Spent, By ‘Tope Oriola

Nigeria would be fortunate to have real value for 50 percent of the total arms budget. It is the nature of two beasts: The peculiarities of the defence industry as a cesspool of corruption everywhere in the world and the particularities of Nigeria, one of the world’s most corrupt states…
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Columns

Dame Patience: Back With a Bang!, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

...how would a woman, who should be sued on behalf of the IDPs, nursing mothers, pregnant women, school children, market women and the sick, all of who had suffered deprivation, on account of the activities of her husband’s government, in which she was an active participant, have the effrontery to…
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Opinion

The Anti-corruption War and the Enemies Within, By Femi Falana

Minister of Interior, Abdulraham Dambazau In view of the commitment of the Federal Government not to compromise the prosecution of the war against corruption, President Buhari should sack all public officers who cannot explain their sources of stupendous wealth. At the same time To address the problems of poverty in…
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Opinion

Buhari and How Corruption Can Fight Back, By Uche Igwe

For many informed Nigerians, Nyesom Wike’s government cannot be the source of any credible information about Buhari and Amaechi’s wrongdoings. They know that he is on a mission of political persecution and has constantly failed to prove his allegations beyond any reasonable doubt. The grand plan is to use every…
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Opinion

CBN Recruitment Scandal: Where Does President Buhari Stand?, By Anthony A. Kila

There is an open sore on the minds many Nigerians that probably only President Buhari can quickly heal by saying something clear and loud about, and those who are responsible for this. The sore in question relates to the recent murky recruitment exercise carried out by the Central Bank of…
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Columns

Terror Nomads and Oritsejafor’s Political Idolatry, By Louis Odion

Now is the time for President Buhari, himself a cattle farmer, to go beyond the normal call of duty to stave the dangerously growing perception that seeming official lethargy - if not indifference - to the continued killings is dictated by the spirit of kinship he shares with the rampaging…
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