Opinion

Clearing the Path For Good Journalism, By Godwin Onyeacholem

...journalism is the metaphor for fight. And it is aptly so in third world countries like Nigeria where corruption is rife and bad governance, perpetually emphasised through audacious fascist tendencies, holds sway. To that extent, practitioners should forever brace up for the combat operations that would necessarily follow. Time and…
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Columns

Before Nigerian Governors Wreck the Country, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

Ex-Benue State governor, Gabriel Suswam Sadly, no governor has been sent to jail in Nigeria since civil rule took shape in 1999, because the guilty have the means to subvert the course of justice. I hope the EFCC’s investigation of the Paris Club, bailout funds and the Suswam phenomenon will…
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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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