Opinion

Presidents Buhari and Osinbajo: Body Language as State Policy, By Emoruwa Adewunmi

The importance of body language cannot be discounted but it must be matched with solid and sustainable measures if our country is serious about making change happen. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, a former speaker of Nigeria’s House of Representatives and current governor of Sokoto State, mainstreamed the term “body language” into…
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Columns

Aisha Yesufu: Victim of Partisan Savagery, By Gimba Kakanda

If the girls of Chibok were of famous surnames, children of the criminally wealthy somebodies of Maitama, Asokoro and Aso Drive districts of Abuja, and abducted at Loyola Jesuit, Whiteplains British School, El-Amin International School, International Community School or Nigerian Turkish International College, there would never have been a loss…
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