Opinion

Armsgate: The Thin Line Between Gift and Graft, By ‘Dayo Orolu

It for individuals and organisations engaged in the public sector to borrow a leaf from the corporate world where the thin line between gifts and graft has been clearly marked, broadened and highlighted. In the end, both the motive and means would be weighed; the means, more likely to have…
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Guest Columns

Nigeria: Power, Principle and Pathology, By Chris Ngwodo

It is precisely because the winds of political necessity are uncertain that a society’s supreme fidelity must be it to its governing principles not to its governing personalities whose moods and behaviour can change. Partisan allegiances must not stop us from highlighting a political leader’s misdeeds if only to keep…
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Opinion

The Morality and Immorality of Corruption in Nigeria, By Ikechukwu Odigbo

..what is facing President Buhari is indeed a tall order, assuming he really wishes to fight corruption. It is important for him to see how corruption has spread all through the fabric of the nation, so that he will sit down and device a thoroughgoing solution, as hunting down politicians…
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Opinion

The Root Causes of Insecurity at Nigerian Airports, By Uche Igwe

I know there have been several security breaches in many of our airports including the issue of stowaways. Some of them are being investigated currently and I do not wish to interfere with the process. However the flagrant abuse of procedure as highlighted above, unnecessary duplication of duties and the…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

Dasuki-gate and the Looting of Nigeria: Why We Must Look Beyond Buhari, By Adeolu Ademoyo

The solution is a federal Nigeria where there is no unitary central honey pot – Abuja - which attracts members of Nigerian political and economic elites who see it as mere instrument to be used for sectional gains but which no one is committed this federalist solution, Nigerian states (not…
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