Columns

Abba Kyari: the Life and Times of a Gatekeeper, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Abba Kyari was not the person ruling Nigeria, if he was, he would have removed his numerous enemies in His fault might have been that he assumed almost everyone that wanted access to the president had a selfish personal agenda. He might therefore have blocked many people whose main concern…
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Opinion

Minister Adamu: Migrating Online Goes Beyond Ministerial Directive, By Olabisi Deji-Folutile

Nobody is asking the education minister to wave a magic wand and right every wrong thing militating against online teaching. That would be unrealistic. But, he should at least, show some commitment to providing solutions to some of the problems. Migrating teaching online requires much more than a mere ministerial…
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Opinion

Post-COVID-19: The Time To Act Is Now!, By Abdullahi D. Mohammed

For Nigeria, the time to implement similar significant economic measures is now! Experts across the country have also made calls on the need to save the nation from a catastrophe altogether worse than COVID-19. President Buhari must come out of his self-imposed shell to take the centre stage in this…
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Columns

COVID-19: The Strong Are Not that Strong Without Good Governance, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Today the world is waking up to the reality that the United States is very weak in catering to the interests of its own people. The country runs the most expensive health care system in the world with two key characteristics, over 30 per cent of the people are not…
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Opinion

As COVID-19 Makes A Landfall In Nigeria, By Chidi Anselm Odinkalu

...state level leadership and the professionalism of the NCDC can only be optimised if there is political leadership by the federal government. This will not come from a committee of appointees under the SGF. With President Buhari unable to provide it at this time, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo must step…
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