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Lagos, Ehingbeti and accelerated power delivery  

By Tayo Ogunbiyi In the words of Harvey Firestone, foremost American Business man, “Capital isn’t so important in business. Experience isn’t so important. You can get both these things. What…

Role of the media in the electoral processes

By Maxwell Adeleye It is undoubted that the media play a very critical role in the life of all human societies. The media provide the conduit necessary for all kinds…

The Ngwa Patriots and the equity-keeping Governor

By Godwin Adindu “The greatest want of the world is the want of men- men who will not be bought or sold; men who in their inmost souls are true…

Death at the stadia: Enough is enough

By Tochukwu Ezukanma The initial response of the Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, to the death of twenty one young job applicants, including four pregnant women, at the Nigerian Immigration…

The farce and fury over ‘Africa’s biggest economy’

The farce and fury over ‘Africa’s biggest economy’

Ayo Oyoze Baje The recent public outrage triggered by the result of the rebased Gross Domestic Product,GDP as revealed by the Statistician General of the Federation/CEO of the National Bureau…

Jonathan and his media gauge

Jonathan and his media gauge

By Akin Awolabi The Federal Government of Nigeria, right from the military, has always behaved as if the mass media of information outside the official circle could go to blazes.…

Still on the notorious Apapa gridlock

By Tayo Ogunbiyi Once again, pandemonium has returned to the roads in Apapa. Currently, gaining access to Apapa is fasting turning into a horrendous experience. The recent return of fuel…

From Ribadu to Gusau

 By Eric Teniola The Minister of Defence of Nigeria is a senior cabinet official in the Nigerian Federal Executive Council in charge of the Nigerian Ministry of Defence. The Defence…

Sani Abacha, Wole Soyinka and Centenary Awards

Ogu Bundu Nwadike ogubundunwadike@gmail.com, 08037146635 It was quite soothing when recently one of the surviving sons of the late absolute leader of Libya, Muamar Ghadaffi humbly and soberly tendered unreserved apology…

Without national culture or identity

By Dan Amor Culture is the artistic and other activity of the mind and the works produced by this. It is also a state of high development in art and…

Ogun State’s unified examination policy

By Temitayo Taylor The adoption of a unified examination policy in all public secondary schools in January 2012 by the Ogun State Government as part of the effort to provide…

Employment and employability

By Okpiaifo Deborah EMPLOYMENT, or the lack of it, has been the subject of many seminars, discussions and articles in Nigeria. There’s been a lot of talk about it, and…

Osun 2014: No way for jackals

By Yomi Obaditan As we approach election time on August 9, 2014, our people are becoming apprehensive of the evil habit that refuses to die among our politicians not just…

Enriching democracy through Town Hall Meeting

By Emmanuel Enoidem Greece is said to be the bastion that sired the rights and liberties that humans are savouring today. Democracy as a system of government and at the level…

Issues in the Boko Haram alleged jailbreak

Like wild fire in the harmattan season, the news of the invasion of the State Security Service office Headquarters in Abuja broke out and spread at about noon on Sunday,…

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