Opinion

A Perspective on the French Attack, By Muideen Olagunju

Will there be more attacks on the unsuspecting civilian populations, particularly in the world's main cities? I am afraid: Yes. As long as drones tear up limbs of women and children without repercussions; as long as world powers refuse to open themselves to genuine commitment to international peace and security;…
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Guest Columns

How President-Elect Buhari Can Achieve A Fair Deal For Victims of Corruption, By Kolawole Olaniyan

Today the level of confidence in Nigeria is remarkably high, and President-Elect General Muhammadu Buhari has been described by many as embodying ‘the promise of change’. Hardly surprising given that one of the reasons he became President-Elect is because of his apparent zero-tolerance for corruption. Nigerians have indeed continued to…
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