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Insecurity: Why the new IGP must be different

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday sprung a surprise on the nation when he removed a former Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, from his seat. In his place, the president, who was represented by the Minister of Police Affairs, Maigari Dingyadi, announced a Deputy Inspector- General of Police (DIG) Usman Baba, as Acting Inspector-General of […]

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Government’s penchant for illegal recruitment

The Police Service Commission (PSC) may have bent over and absorbed 925 recruits who were smuggled into the list last year, but one fact that must be put on record is that government seems to have a penchant for secret recruitment. Absorbing some individuals who are probably candidates of top government officials into the force […]

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Insecurity: Time to step up action

Nigeria is at a crossroads, delicately on tenterhooks, as non-state actors spread fear, violence and terror across the land of over 205 million people of diverse tongues, cultures, religions and worldview.   Emboldened by official silence, non-committal or encouragement, a gang of bandits, parading as herdsmen wielding AK47 rifles, roams the countrysides, from North to […]

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Beyond Super Eagles’ qualification for AFCON 2022

Genk of Belgium forward Paul Onuachu stole the show with his substitute role for the Eagles in the two Africa Nations Cup qualifiers played in Benin and Lagos recently. Here is a player who is the highest scorer in the Belgian league with 27 goals this term. He is the hottest Nigerian player abroad but […]

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Government’s failure to tame unemployment

Two years ago, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, projected that by 2020, the country’s unemployment rate could get to 33.5 per cent from 23 per cent that the figure stood at the time.   True to his prediction, the latest figures released by the National Bureau of Statistics has put the […]

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Aba North/South by-poll and need for electoral reforms

    The recent by-election in Aba North/South Federal Constituency of Abia State, speaks volumes of the fact that the fortunes of Nigeria’s electoral process is yet to witness any significant break from the past.   There is no doubt that the by-poll was one that cast a harsh light on patterns of violence, corruption […]

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Racking up NDLEA’s drug war

Nigeria is sitting on the proverbial keg of gunpowder because of the prevalent drug use, particularly among its teeming youths. Though drug abuse is a global phenomenon, the situation in Nigeria has reached a crescendo. Drug use is prevalent and pervasive among students, especially in the tertiary institutions across the country. But it is not […]

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Time to save Kwara schools from hijab time bomb

The current controversy that has enthralled Kwara State in the last two months on the heels of the enforcement of hijab wearing for female Muslim students in public schools, in all intent and purposes, calls for serious understanding, flexibility and objectivity. Already, the storm ignited by this unwarranted cascading development is monumental and the consequences […]

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Whither regional commissions

Recently, there was an uproar in the Senate during a debate on a bill seeking the establishment of South-West Development Commission. The establishment of the North-East Development Commission (NEDC) had led to the clamour by other geo-political zones to have such bodies that will cater for their zones in infrastructural development. Members of the House […]

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Sports: Catching them young for exposure, stardom

At long last, the National Sports Festival (NSF), which has suffered a series of postponements, will start in Benin, Edo State on April 2. The best athletes from various sports disciplines are expected to be on parade. It is a good preparation for the Olympic Games taking place in Tokyo later in the year.   […]

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