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By Ovie Edomi The business of governing a complex country like Nigeria is not a tea party. It is even more difficult when the new administration got elected under the goodwill of a president who enjoys so much public support and confidence. To sustain public goodwill in a democratic society with divergent...

 By Michael Oputeh Consumer rights generally refer to a body of law that bother on what producers of goods must do to protect customers from harm. These...

By Khaleed Dambazau The protracted scandalous impasse and controversy over the emergence of the Senate President and the Speaker of the House of Representatives...

By Ody Chukwube   It is surprising how fate manifests in certain interesting, but unique way. When President Goodluck Jonathan, as he then was, suddenly...

By Okwudili Uzoka The fact that most of Nigeria’s river systems are rapidly declining in volume is obvious even to the most casual observer. This has been attributed to a number of factors, principal amongst which are population explosion and the concomitant increased demand for drinking, washing, sanitation as well as irrigation for agricultural purposes, in addition...

By Joe Igbokwe   Few days ago Professor Pat Utomi lamented that interlopers and agents of darkness have hijacked our CHANGE PROJECT again. In that piece, Utomi reflected on the June 12, 1993 Saga and the sordid event of June 23 1993 and the formation of the Concerned Professionals. Prof Utomi lamented that we lost the June 12 1993 as a result of the kind of complacency...

By Bob MajiriOghene Etemiku   After a careful consideration of the ThisDay editorial of June 12, 2015, titled ‘NECO Results and Education in Nigeria’, an article by Claudia Costin that I had read in the June 2015 report of the recent G7-Meeting in Schloss Emau Germany popped up in my head. Both the ThisDay article and Costin’s Education for 21st Century Skills,...

By Kayode Mustapha Amnesty International, the world’s foremost human rights campaigner, must be surprised at the energetic reaction of the Nigerian people...

By Ayo Oyoze Baje   The heated debate raging over unpaid workers’ salaries in 23 out of the 36 states of the federation, in addition to the unjustifiable jumbo pay package for lawmakers rubbishes the claim that democracy, as a system of government here in Nigeria is ‘ for the people’. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The reward and payment structure...

By Olamide Bakare   Sometime ago, a friend of mine and I were discussing the clauses surrounding the application of the criminal justice in Nigeria...