Opinion

Anti-corruption War: A Case for Whistleblower Law, By Godwin Onyeacholem

Unless whistleblowers enjoy protection through a firm legal backing, the seed of the whistleblowing tree planted in 2016 will die in no time. It doesn’t seem that is what this government wants. Neither does any stakeholder in transparency, accountability and good governance in Nigeria. At every given opportunity, President Muhammadu…
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Opinion

Vice President Ọ̀ṣíńbàjò, Agbọ́tikúyọ̀s, Agbọ̀ràndùns and Their Crocodile Tears, By Simbo Olorunfemi

Vice President Yemi Ọ̀ṣíńbàjò has been an asset to the nation and the Buhari The petty thoughts that seem to engage many as they oil wild conspiracy tales around the routine and most innocuous might titillate some but for the discerning, it is easy to see the crocodile tears of…
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Columns

El-Rufai’s Son, Tunde Bakare and Sowore, By Azu Ishiekwene

The child’s safety and security, as well as those of his teachers and classmates, should have been the overriding consideration for El-Rufai in deciding whether or not to publicise his enrolment. If the story had been scooped, it would have been a different thing, though no less concerning. Kaduna State…
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Columns

Political Vendetta Or Anti-corruption War?, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

But for President Muhammadu Buhari, who has made this war the fight of his life and on whose crest he rode to power, we had expected a more forceful and robust anti-corruption war that knows no boundaries. It is therefore appalling, that not much has changed over the years; as…
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Opinion

Herdsmen Terrorism: Different Strokes For the Man of God and the Daughter of a Politician, By SKC Ogbonnia

The current fight against insecurity in Nigeria must not be selective. President Buhari should, therefore, hasten to equally launch tangible anti-terrorist measures in the East, as well as in other hot areas, particularly the Middle Belt, which has been the epicentre of herdsmen killings in the country. The herdsmen terrorism…
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Opinion

VP Osinbajo: Why Charity Must Begin At Home, By Olabisi Deji-Folutile

Since the VP has done a good job of helping poor Nigerians with his superlative performance, this is a clarion call on him to spare a thought for the children in his home State, particularly pupils in Ikenne local government, by helping them clear the books donated to them by…
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Aribisala on Tuesday

No Yoruba President In Nigeria For Another 20 Years, By Femi Aribisala

...it will be the turn of a Southerner to be president again in 2023. That Southerner must, without controversy, be an Igbo man. Any right-thinking Nigerian must see that it is not only high time for this to happen, it is essential for our national integration. It will also signal…
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