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Columns

The Nigerian Politics of Latter-day Saints, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

To be clear, Obasanjo and IBB have said nothing but the truth; there is an overwhelming consensus among the party neutrals that Buhari has fallen immeasurably short of the expectations and the promises of 2015. To have such voices echo the same thought is very useful. It is just worrisome…
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Columns

Part-time Legislature: IBB’s Belated Panacea and Lawmakers’ Baggage, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

Despite IBB’s later than never proposal, I’m convinced that one way to get out of our economic quagmire is to reduce expenditures, not only in the legislature, but even at the executive level. Former military President, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (rtd), does not shy away from controversies. Consciously or inadvertently,…
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Opinion

There’s a Lot More to Learn From ‘IBB’s SAP’ Than Meets The Eye, By Eloho Omame

The task of economic diversification will be long and probably painful, but ironically, the early wins of ‘IBB’s SAP’ prove that it is imminently achievable, if wealth creation could be spread faster and more evenly this time. Its failures also tell us that political support and policy consistency will be…
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