Columns

An Open Letter to a Citizen Trapped In the Port Harcourt Rubble, By Pius Adesanmi

Dear Citizen X, It is tough to know which tense to use for you, present or past. The earthquake in Haiti and the Thai cave disaster are pointers to the fact that you may very well still be alive nearly ten days after Nigeria happened to you – she happens…
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Columns

The Most Critical Nigerian Institutions are the Most Corrupt, By Jibrin Ibrahim

My concern is that we now a have a generic crisis of reputational erosion affecting our key institutions. Over the past two years, the reputation of the National Assembly has been dragged in the mud with the numerous court cases against the Senate President Bukola Saraki and the budget padding…
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Opinion

Is Nigeria Still a Nation “that Plans Without Fact (or Statistics)”?, By Tunji Olaopa

...unfortunately, the ghost of the Udoji Report comes to haunt us again, forty three years after it was laid to rest. Nigeria cannot ever hope to escape the imperative of a performance management system as the foundation of improving the functional capacity of its public service. The significance of policy…
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