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Minimum Wage, Maximum Trouble, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

Clearly, the federal and state governments are too financially unhealthy to meet Labour’s demands. The solution, therefore, is to fund the new national minimum wage by cutting waste: reduce wasteful spending such as the jumbo pay for lawmakers, fallow-lying presidential jets, excessive appointees and foreign Anything short of that, this…
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Chris Ngige Fights For Oppressive ExxonMobil Instead of Nigerian Workers, By Femi Aribisala

The message Chris Ngige delivered to ExxonMobil loud and clear is that it does not have to be subject to Nigerian laws. It can operate here in Nigeria as a law unto itself. Last week, I complained that 860 Nigerian workers at ExxonMobil (Nigeria) are being treated like orphans in…
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Opinion

Go On, Buhari, Be A Devil!, By Banji Ojewale

Would the rump of support Buhari now wields bring up new steam to repeat the winning ways of 2015 at next year’s poll? Compatriots interrogating the current happenings with these concerns think our beloved septuagenarian president hasn’t a dog’s chance of staging a comeback under those dreary circumstances. With the…
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Opinion

APC Crisis: Oshiomhole Is Becoming A Problem, Not the Solution, By SKC Ogbonnia

The objective fact is that the actions of Adams Aliyu Oshiomhole since assuming office have been an embarrassing failure. Though he has been hustling lately, showing some desire for peace, the damage is already done. But there is hope, if only Oshiomhole can listen. The most compelling attribute of Adams…
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