Opinion

The Shadow Pandemic: Importance of Data In Curbing Gender-based Violence, By Ayisha Osori & Chitra Nagarajan

Even during times of relative normality, gender-based violence has been a pandemic in Nigeria. Gender-based violence will not end with the lifting of government restrictions on the COVID-19 situation. The economic, social, and political ramifications of the pandemic will fundamentally change how we interact. Tensions and frustrations wrought by these…
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Opinion

Let’s Talk About Hate Speech, By Chidi Anselm Odinkalu

...visionary leadership is needed to mediate bitterness and mis-understanding and give every section of Nigeria a sense of equal worth, not necessarily attained at the expense of others. In this enterprise, however, Nigeria has largely been The PDP governments of recent years made a mess. President Buhari promised to change…
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Opinion

Ranti Bosede Daudu, “Gimbiyan Nakasasu”: September 1962 – July 2017, By Chidi Anselm Odinkalu

...we must acknowledge an incredible woman of rare compassion and exceptional courage who gave everything for others, even when lesser mortals would have surrendered to the untold suffering that she endured. In her death, the community of persons living with disabilities in Nigeria lost their ablest defender and In November…
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Opinion

Unmasking the Ruse of Law: An Outlook for Nigeria in 2017, By Chidi Anselm Odinkalu

...2017 will be a significant, if trying year for Nigeria’s legal, judicial and institutional systems. There will be major decisions to take, none more important in its implications than the fate of the office of the Chief Justice of the Federation. With the judiciary under pressure, this is an important…
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Opinion

The Three-Year Expedition to Unlock Basic Education Data, By Seember Nyager

Without losing sight of the significant ground to be covered to institutionalise open contracting, my colleagues and I are encouraged by the gradual culture shift from a closed to an increasingly open system, one year at a time. It was the early days of Nigeria’s Freedom of Information Law. My…
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Opinion

NBA’s Fight Against Anti-Corruption Agencies, By Femi Falana

...the NBA should be retrieved from the overbearing influence of a cabal of lawyers trying desperately to use it to frustrate the prosecution of criminal elements who have willfully inflicted eternal agony on the masses through the criminal diversion of the commonwealth. All patriotic lawyers should ensure that the anti-graft…
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