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The Emir From Cameroun At Abuja Conference

Kanayo Esinulo

By Kanayo Esinulo  It was clear to everyone present that the man spoke out of point. The Emir simply wanted to provoke a sensitive issue that was not on the floor for discussion. Without wasting anyone’s time he gave an outline of his unimpressive dual citizenship, and his preference for his Adamawa Kingdom situated in […]

Between Abeokuta And Abuja

Opinion

By Soyombo Opeyemi On a day the All Progressives Congress, APC, held a hugely successful Congress in all the 236 wards in Ogun State, I returned to Abeokuta at about 8pm to the warm embrace of the illumination provided by the new highways. From Breweries Bus-stop, cruising toward the city-centre, I was fascinated by the […]

Nigeria And The Malady Of Corruption

Opinion

By Rasak Musbau “Corruption is authority plus monopoly minus transparency” — Anonymous Going by the resources that the good Lord has blessed us with, Nigeria’s natural place in the world order should be at the top. Regrettably, however, this divine destiny has been ruined by several vices, the chief being corruption. Corruption is one of […]

Mark: A Leader Of Exemplary Character At 66

Opinion

By Michael Jegede Senate President, Senator David Mark, a man that is highly respected among his colleagues for his rare sterling leadership qualities, has no doubt endeared himself into the hearts of many Nigerians. No wonder the Senate as a mark of honour stood still for Mark on 8 April, 2014, the day he clocked […]

Getting Children Back To School

Opinion

By Bilikis Bakare In the midst of current obscene display of opulence and grandeur in which some Nigerians own private jets as well as exotic cars worth several millions of naira, it is rather sad that over 10. 5 million Nigerian children are out of school! The Supervising Minister of Education, Nyesom Wike, recently disclosed […]

Accessing Safe Water In Nigeria

Opinion

By Musbau Rasak British politician and novelist, Edwina Currie, once said that, instead of drinking Coca Colas, turn on the tap and drink what the good Lord gave us. Water is a vital resource that constitutes a new strategic issue that mobilises the entire international community in facilitating its access as well as ensuring its […]

Still On The Notorious Apapa Gridlock

Opinion

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 scarcity in various parts of the country, is of course, not helping matters as major roads leading to Apapa have become inaccessible  largely due to […]

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