You Are Browsing ‘Editorial’ Category

As part of its efforts to reform the Nigerian judicial system, the National Judicial Council’s (NJC) recent commencement of the implementation of its Revised 2014 Guidelines and Procedural Rules for the appointment of Judges, is indeed a welcome development and a right step in the right direction. Under...

We recognise the fact that there is a structural problem with our educational system right from the elementary school Earlier this week, the Nigerian Institute...

Whatever it is, this package is unsustainable; it will finally nail the coffin of state economy which is already in comatose The N200 million severance...

We believe it will be more rewarding to look into the future and implement the PwC recommendation that the laws that established the corporation be urgently...

How can someone in government who does not pay tax be morally justified or have the legal right to talk about issues that have to do with taxpayers’...

The widespread tale of unpaid civil servants’ salaries, which today reverberates across the length and breadth of the country is, to say the least,...

The benefits of the proposed NRC concessionary policy make it imperative for the incoming federal government to ensure policy continuity in this regard....

The President-elect should be wary not to yield to bad advice from private interests, thus sacrificing good programmes and initiatives of his predecessor...

The almost ingrained culture of abandoning projects in Nigeria by a new government when the previous one leaves office brings into focus the need to entrench...

 Government should increase its allocation to the health sector and also reduce leaks in its expenditure because a situation where less than one- fifth...