Editorial

EDITORIAL: Unearthing the Cogent Lessons In the NESG-CBN Economic Policy Imbroglio

The open disagreement between the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) about both the policy thrust and trajectory of the Nigerian economy has laid bare the conundrum in Nigeria’s economic policy management since the Buhari administration came to power in 2015. The goal of…
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Guest Columns

Between ‘Dividers-In-Chief’ and Dividers-In-Law, By Wole Soyinka

Only then shall we uncover who are the real Dividers-in-Chief? If individual voices rankle, then perhaps it is time to convoke a Nation Survival Conference. Let all sections and group interests place their cards on the table and starkly articulate what we all know and endure on a daily basis,…
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Columns

What The Buhari Government Must Do, By Uddin Ifeanyi

...we must, first, unhinge a conservative mindset. Many argue that the terms “liberal” and “conservative” do not readily lend themselves to discussions around our domestic politics, essentially because in the Nigerian case there are few values or principles worth conserving. And so, not much that a liberal mindset might rail…
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Columns

Buhari Regime: Caught in Whirlwind of Corruption Allegations, By Jibrin Ibrahim

As the drama on massive corruption plays out, the regime is the loser and it has clearly lost its anti-corruption image. In addition, no one within the administration appears to have the standing to be able to intervene in a manner that would assure Nigerians on the legitimacy of state…
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Opinion

Five Years After: Is Buhari Really On Top Of His Brief?, By Muazu Jibril Muazu

Let us not mince words here: the Buhari administration has failed to bring Nigeria out of the woods, not anywhere near in capacity to deliver Nigeria out of the woods. He has failed to rise up to the expectations of the good people of Nigeria. The declaration of President Muhammadu…
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Opinion

Between My Opposition To Buhari and My Friendship With Abba Kyari, By Femi Fani-Kayode

Meanwhile those who doubt my commitment to the struggle and to the resistance simply because of my tribute to an old friend of 40 years, Abba Kyari, who passed on are entitled to their opinion and are free to stop reading my contributions and The last thing I need is…
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