Bámidélé Upfront

The Price Tag Of Fraud: Hushpuppi and Associates, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

What is the price tag of these FBI takedown of Nigerian cross-border criminal gangs on Nigeria's reputation? What impact will it have on forging business links and the ease of travel for Nigerians? Well, fraud is expensive in so many ways and the cost to Nigeria is and will be…
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Opinion

Crass Individualism: The Coup Against the Nigeria of Our Dream, By Osmund Agbo

Like everything good, we cannot just wish our dream country into existence. It’s the duty of every citizen to make the sacrifices necessary to build a better nation. A strong and prosperous Nigeria will be of greatest service to Nigerians as well as offer a ray of hope to the…
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Columns

How Nigeria Can End Xenophobia Without South Africa’s Help, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

Most Nigerians in South Africa own businesses that they should be running back home. And this is what the Nigerian government must focus on: To render more support to small-scale business owners, revitalise the education and health sectors, solve the perennial electricity problem. For the first time ever, Nigeria-based Nigerians…
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Opinion

Dear President Buhari: the Imperative of the Mandela Option, By ‘Tope Oriola

Dear President Muhammadu Buhari, Let me begin by thanking you for your letter dated July 21st, 2015. It was great to have you formally acknowledge the receipt of my book. I hope that you find it useful as you map out strategies for resolving the issues in the Niger Delta.…
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