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Opinion

The Fight Against Corruption and Labour’s Perfect Rally of Alibi, By Jude Ndukwe

The fight against corruption must sweep through all cadres of the civil service. Rather than embark on such a needless superfluous show of jejune ingenuity, the labour unions should embark on a massive and aggressive reorientation of civil servants for a more honest and productive labour force that would be…
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Columns

Ado JG Muhammad: Man of the Moment, By By Gimba Kakanda

On July 24, Nigeria found a reason to celebrate. It was a welcome break from the usual stream of negative reports over which the country has been portrayed as incapable of achieving a globally commendable cause. It was a triumph over the forces of superstitious, cultural and communal resistance to…
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Opinion

Saraki and the Missing $20bn Issue, By Bamikole Omishore

Before President Muhammadu Buhari travelled to the United States on a four-day State Visit, one of the issues dominating the national discourse was the missing $20 billion money in the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). The issue was first raised by former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor now Emir…
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Columns

Investigations of Mega Looting Must Continue, But Must Be Lawful, By Jibrin Ibrahim

In his book Peace and Violence in Nigeria, Professor Tekena Tamuno reminds us that when Buhari came to power in January 1984, he was regularly attacked for being “as slow as a tortoise”. Newspaper pundits compared his slow pace to the extremely fast pace with which General Murtala Mohammed hit…
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