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Guest Columns

The Military, ‘Zaria Massacre’ and A Defective Federation, By Chido Onumah

...how do we build a nation not held together by military force? Nigeria is sleepwalking to disaster. Now is the time to reclaim the country and the starting point would be to put in place a people’s constitution that not only serves the interest of the mass of our people…
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Opinion

Governor Ajimobi’s Leadership and Drive For A Lasting Legacy, By Gbenga Olorunpomi

The burden of leadership is one that must be borne with all sense of responsibility and commitment at all times. This is especially true in a country like ours that suffers from deep misgivings, and truer at a time like this when the value of an idea may just surpass…
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Columns

The ‘Understanding Nigeria’ Series, By Tolu Ogunlesi

Nigeria is a supremely interesting place, and that’s me being understated. Today’s column outlines five things all Nigerians and lovers and watchers of Nigeria ought to keep in mind as they daily strive to understand the Federal Republic of Imponderability. Headlines: Nigerian newspapers tend to go for the most outrageous…
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Guest Columns

IGR Is Not a Sprint Race; Nigerian States Need Visionaries, By Oluseun Onigbinde

I’ve written this whilst gazing at the Cocoa House; it is a stark testimony to the sense of vision from those who imagined a 25-storey building when no such structure existed on the continent. There was a continuous approach towards sustainable revenue generation in governance, as from the days of…
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Columns

Cultivating a Culture of Prudent Resources Management, By Muhammadu Buhari

I would like also, as a former governor myself, to remind us the need for neighbouring states to cooperate closely on projects such as interstate and feeder roads, soil erosion, desertification and other developmental programmes. Our country is one and we who have the responsibility to run it must lead…
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