Opinion

The Collapse of N-Power and the School Feeding Programme, By ‘Tope Fasua

This is how two government programmes have crashed in a headlong collision. The N-Power programme has collided with the School Feeding programme and the situation is catastrophic. I have a feeling that these programmes are usually pushed through once people in government see that there is a likelihood of making…
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Opinion

Should Communities Be Allowed to Manage Public Basic Schools in Nigeria?, By Tony Osborg

It is in our opinion at the Federalist Movement of Nigeria that Public Basic Schools (primary and secondary) in Nigeria should be managed and funded by local communities and not the government. Government can set the standards, provide training and possibly build infrastructure (if possible). As for the day-to-day running;…
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Guest Columns

2015 Presidential Election: PDP’s Unviable Rigging Options, By Umar Ardo

The five years of Dr. Goodluck Jonathan holding sway as President of Nigeria have destroyed the basis of the country’s development - economically, politically and socially. The economy has collapsed as poverty and depravation have ravaged the whole populace. People are dying of hunger in multitudes. Nigerians are worse off…
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