Columns

Onnoghen and Buhari’s Warped War On Corruption, By Majeed Dahiru

The outrage that greeted this latest ugly incidence of executive terrorism against the judiciary is simply because of the current administration's selective war on corruption, which appears to only target individuals opposed to Buhari’s misrule. The scourge of corruption in Nigeria has grown in monstrosity because Buhari’s on corruption has…
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Opinion

A Blue Economy: What Nigeria Could Learn From Seychelles, By Rafiq Raji

...an ambitious blue economy agenda need not weigh significantly on the government’s finances: it could be self-funding if creativity is applied. In the Nigerian case, however, any potential gains would require some initial investment by the government to resuscitate the country’s polluted coasts and waters, especially in the Niger Delta…
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Columns

Buharinomics as Reverse Robinhood, By Majeed Dahiru

In the face of the negative effects of Buharinomics, Nigerians are being asked to keep making sacrifices while the leadership class is not making any sacrifice at all. The government keeps blaming past administrations for our current problems, conveniently forgetting the reason it was elected was to solve problems and…
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Opinion

The Facts of Fuel Pricing: Subsidy, PPPRA, and Cost-Fixing, By Michael Faniran

I will suggest we adopt a pricing model similar to that of South Africa. Prices are set by the government (PPPRA in our case) and updated at the beginning of each month. Variable allowances are set for each region to account for transportation cost differences, especially between coastal and inland…
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Opinion

PMB, APC and a Hounded Senate President, By Olukayode Thomas

The actions and body language of President Muhammudu Buhari since he assumed office on May 29, 2015, seems to confirm former Vice President Atiku Abubakar’s postulation about him shortly after he was sworn in. Atiku told reporters then that Buhari is a good leader but ‘he may not be a…
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Opinion

Tackling the Civil Service as Engine Room of Nigerian Corruption, By Monday Ubani

Much has been written and massive exposures made of the corruption of the political class but not much has been written, exposed or known of the corruption in the civil service, perpetrated by the civil servants, both at the State and Federal levels. It has a more devastating effect and…
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