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The Boko Haram Beasts

Editorial

The bomb blasts in Nyanya, on the outskirts of Abuja, that killed more than 75 people on 14 April, and the abduction by Boko Haram terrorists of at least 200 schoolgirls in Borno State as they slept in their dormitories hours after the Abuja massacre, are just two incidents that show that the gunmen from […]

Free Those Schoolgirls

Editorial

It is over one week since over 200 school girls were taken hostage by Boko Haram, yet all we hear are conflicting reports about their fate while there is no co-ordinated rescue effort by the Federal Government and the security agencies. So far, the 43 girls that have regained freedom, did so, by their own […]

Missing Aviation Minister

Editorial

More than two months after Stella Oduah, the Minister of Aviation, was sacked, there has been no one to replace her and Nigerians are beginning to say the absence of a new minister is a big scam. Oduah was sacked by President Goodluck Jonathan on 12 February following series of scandals, plane crashes and deaths […]

Stop Hawking Of New Naira Notes

Editorial

In Nigeria, hawking of new naira notes along major roads and at parties is becoming a common phenomenon. It is considered a fast means to make money from guests at parties and other ceremonies where the new notes are in high demand. The practice is fast assuming a wider dimension as nothing is being done […]

Stop Soldiers From Invading Lagos

Editorial

The use of soldiers to stall housing projects in Lagos State is a dangerous development that could undermine our democracy and the earlier those involved are called to order, the better it is for the peace and tranquility that has prevailed in Lagos State for some time now. A few days ago, the Governor of […]

Stop Heating Up The Polity With Religious Sentiments

Editorial

Gradually, this political dispensation is drawing to the cusp. As it is the practice, political activities are accelerating, as various interest groups position themselves to clinch juicy positions during the elections. This, in itself, without bickering and breach of the constitution and other laws, is good for the health of the political system. Unfortunately, while […]

Time To Seek Alternative Power Sources

Editorial

Despite the ongoing reforms in the electricity sector, power supply is yet to improve. The distribution companies (Discos) in particular have been charged severally by the government to step up their performance beyond what has been termed feeble efforts to improve electricity supply¬† to Nigerians. But the bottom line remains: the Discos can only distribute […]

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