Columns

Nigeria: Where the Impala Seeks To Eat the Lion For Supper, By Festus Adedayo

In the 1960s, Nigeria’s national character was protective of and sympathetic to its Today, Nigeria is absent from the lives of all. So she should endure the callous disdain with which we hold her and how our impala seeks to take the lion for supper. One of my favourite channels…
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Nigeria Cannot Do Without the North, By Femi Aribisala

Without the North, Nigeria and Nigerians would be reduced to nonentities. In 2005, Goldman Sachs Investment Bank forecast that Nigeria will be the 20th largest economy in the world by 2025 and the 12th largest by 2050, ahead of Italy, Canada and South Korea. Having identified Brazil, Russia, India and…
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Opinion

Why Nigerian Victims of Slavery Cannot Sue Libya, By Femi Falana

...the federal government ought to take urgent steps to facilitate access to the African Court on Human and Peoples Rights by aggrieved Nigerian citizens and Non Governmental Organisations by depositing the Declaration accepting the jurisdiction of the Court pursuant to article 1 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples…
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Opinion

My Statement to Senate Intelligence Committee On Trump Contact, By James Comey

On the morning of March 30, the president called me at the FBI. He described the Russia investigation as “a cloud” that was impairing his ability to act on behalf of the country. He said he had nothing to do with Russia, had not been involved with hookers in Russia,…
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Opinion

Impacts of the Looming US/China Trade War On Emerging Economies, By Eziukwu Princewill

The Chinese/American trade war will present a very critical turning point among economies, with some economies being able to take advantage of the trade war as in any other form of war, and others being used as expendable ponds. Whatever lot falls on a country will depend on their positions…
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