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Dress sense and sexual violence in our society

Dress sense and sexual violence in our society

By Ikem Adimorah   Dress sense can be defined as the ability or knowledge of how to dress well to suite a particular event, time, environment or situation. Hence we…

As Chidoka ups the ante in air safety

By Stephen Onabe   Nigerian aviation  recorded yet another feat with the recent issuance of the  Category 1 status certificate by the United States of  America (USA) Federal Aviation Administration…

Uduaghan initiative on graduate unemployment

By Chukwu Abiandu   Delta State may well become the reference point among States where the vision of their governor has impacted very well in changing the orientation of University…

FRESH: Another court has spoken

By Mfonabasi Eyoita   Just like the Fresh Democratic Party,  which secured a victory at Justice Gabriel O. Kolawole’s Federal High Court 5, Abuja Division, which overturned its de-registration by…

Peter Obi’s self immolation

Peter Obi’s self immolation

By Joy Okoye   When, a few weeks ago, Chief Peter Obi, the immediate past governor of Anambra State and one of the stoutest supporters of the All Progressives Grand…

The African renaissance and the intellectual legacy of Ali Mazrui

By Samuel Akpobome Orovwuje   It was Lois McMaster Bujold, the American speculative fiction writer who once said:thatthe dead cannot cry out for justice. It is a duty of the…

Stealing Aso Rock

By Adekoya Boladale    With the recent declaration of President Jonathan to run for a second term, the political atmosphere of Nigeria is now fully charged. While the major opposition…

2015: Orlu, beware!

2015: Orlu, beware!

By Jude Ihebinike   It is inconceivable that Orlu zone of Imo State which boasts of 12 of the 27 local government areas of the state and constitutes almost half…

Understanding Lagos’ Chinese language initiative

By Olalekan Olagunju   Language is the principal means used by human beings to communicate with one another. It is mainly spoken, even though it can be transferred to other media, such…

Federal Government and challenge of purposefulness in the War Against Abduction

By Debo Adeniran Elated, could be the best way to describe the reaction of most Nigerians, even sympathizers all around the globe, when the news of the purported ongoing negotiation…

The new face of Onitsha

By Ejike Anyaduba  A crowd of anxious Onitsha residents thronged the Upper Iweka venue to welcome their new governor. They have come to behold, and possibly assess, the man who…

APGA and Obi’s defection

APGA and Obi’s defection

By Charles Ezechukwu   “A man can counterfeit Love, he can counterfeit faith, he can counterfeit hope and all the other graces, But it is very difficult to counterfeit humility”-DL Moody “Simplicity…

Of poverty-induced infant mortality in UCH

By   Sunday Saanu   Nigeria is indeed a country of huge contradictions and contrariness, constantly parading a paradox of poverty in the midst of plenty. Unarguably, it is a country…

Suntai: A cabal’s winning streak

By Akin Owolabi   Interestingly, politics has always thrown up actors whose proclivity and orientation converge in the classical characterisation of capitalism as having arisen from the naivety of some…

Edo conflict: Oshiomhole and paradigm shift

By Tamuno West-Greene   In recognizing governors as the chief security officers of their states, the 1999 constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria expects that they will use their…

Lagos’ Horn Free Day: Matters arising

Lagos’ Horn Free Day: Matters arising

By Tayo Ogunbiyi   Recently, the Fashola administration enjoined Lagosians to observe a horn-free day in Lagos state. The whole essence is to emphasise a noise-free atmosphere with a view to…

Climate change is national security

By Bob MajiriOghene Etemiku   There’s a lot of second-guessing going on concerning the climate change problem. The result is that there is a lot of listlessness on it by…

Stomach Infrastructure as food-for-thought

By Ayo Oyoze Baje “You can put a tar on the road, but if I don’t have a car and I am hungry, that tar is  meaningless” -Gov. Ayodele Fayose   The recent…

Nigerians and the fraud in Pentecostalism

Nigerians and the fraud in Pentecostalism

By ‘Swill Mavua   In my yet to be published book titled Pentecostal Jargon – a critique of sort – I tried to postulate that there is monumental fraud in…

NAFDAC and Orhii’s Transformation Agenda

NAFDAC and Orhii’s Transformation Agenda

By Johnson Momodu   There is a widespread perception that Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) are hotbeds of slothfulness and inefficiencies. Indeed, so prevalent is this view that many…

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