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The untold hardship faced repeatedly by Nigerians in their bid to acquire driver’s licence is not only unwarranted but also vicious. It exposes the failings of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, which issues the licence, and also indicts it for subjecting Nigerians to avoidable stress and agony. It is...

In line with President Muhammadu Buhari’s resolve to probe and clean up the rot in the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), the Department...

Available statistics indicates that about 6.7 million cases of childhood pneumonia are recorded annually in Nigeria and of these, 177,000 children under...

By Eugene Uwalaka   Without praxis President Muhammadu Buhari’s broom revolution will amount to nothing more than a talk shop involving over promises and under-delivery. The type of Buharism the nation direly needs is only achievable via praxis oriented democracy in a mixed government. Any Buharism that fails to employ praxis will fail. This is because democracy...

After what seems like a lull or very low rate under former President Goodluck Jonathan, it appears a new wave of political killings has re emerged in Nigeria, a situation that is very worrisome. Last week, immediate past Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Chairman of Katsina-Ala Local Government Area of Benue State and leader of the PDP Elders Forum, Chief Atodza Ihindan was...

The just-concluded four-day official visit of President Mohammadu Buhari to the United States has not only secured America’s endorsement of the President’s...

The violence and antics of Boko Haram, Nigeria’s mindless havoc-wreaking terror group, have hit a worrisome depth lately, seemingly making nonsense the gains the nation celebrated in the closing days of the Goodluck Jonathan’s Administration. Our gallant troops, reversed the setbacks we experienced, following the capture of several local government territories in Borno,...

Last week the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, revisited the 2010 environmental law that prohibits street trading and begging when he directed the State’s Task Force on Environmental Sanitation and other Special Offences, to carry out full enforcement of the law in the metropolis. In a statement signed by the Secretary to the State government, Mr Tunji Bello,...

The new British immigration law which seeks to eject foreign students from Britain immediately after completing their studies is a letdown. It has the...

Nearly two months after the Inauguration of the Eighth National Assembly (NASS), its activities are still mired in controversy and jostling for positions....