Opinion

Gbajabiamila’s ‘Legislative Diplomacy’ Mission To Ghana, By Musa Abdullahi Krishi

With Gbajabiamila’s intervention through the peace mission, the coast is now clear for the seeming sour relationship between Nigeria and Ghana, which bred tension, to turn a new leaf. Every well-meaning Nigerian was concerned about recent developments in Ghana, which threatened the age-long hitherto healthy relationship between that country and…
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Columns

Electoral Reform: Avoiding the Pitfalls of the Past, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

...a stitch in time, they say, saves nine. In place of the knee jerk self-centred approach of the past, the lawmakers now have an opportunity to write their names in gold by starting the amendment process early and avoiding clashes with other legislative components during the election year. They have…
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Opinion

Gbajabiamila At 58: Garlands For An Exemplary Leader, By Lanre Lasisi

Today, I want to celebrate a man that has worked hard for the people of Surulere 1 Federal Constituency of Lagos State and the country in general. A man who spent a major part of his adult life serving the Nigeria parliament positively is indeed worth celebrating on his 58th…
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Columns

Does the Minister Work For A Chinese Company?, By Azu Ishiekwene

Except if the minister runs errands for the CCECC as side hustle, I’m bereft that he abandoned his post at the daily Presidential Task Force briefing on COVID-19 and instead, zoomed off to the airport to receive guests of a private company at a time of national emergency. Health minister,…
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