Opinion

Malami: Portrait of a “Barrier-in-Chief”, By Godwin Onyeacholem

So far, he has not disappointed those who say he is not suited for the office. At intervals, the public has been having good treats through reports of how he allegedly uses his office, ironically, to thwart the anti-corruption efforts of the government. Much as one tries, it has been…
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Opinion

Wadume, Anini the Robber, and their Friends In Uniform, By Shola Oshunkeye

Since Anini, the DNA of crime and criminality has mutated. Crime has mushroomed into variants and hybrids whose eerie natures sometimes addle law enforcement. Today, kidnapping, cattle rustling, cultism, cybercrime, yahoo plus, money ritual, identity theft, and terrorism rule the roost. Once upon a time, there was a dare-devil armed…
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Opinion

The Army-Police War: Where Is the NSA?, By Yushau A. Shuaib

As the coordinating organ of government on security matters, ONSA should step in and manage this crisis, more professionally and with experience, especially in the absence of a federal cabinet, as the ministers of Defence and that of Interior are yet to be sworn in. “Our country is bedevilled… (by)…
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