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Transfers, Nigerian stars and poor domestic calendar

The transfer season is in full swing with Erling Halaand’s move to Manchester City in the English Premier League (EPL) a big signing that could make the Citizens retain their title again. On his league debut, last weekend, he scored two goals in City’s 2-0 win over West Ham. Striker Gabriel Jesus also switched to […]

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Rising Insecurity: What options are open to Nigeria?

I n one month, the noose was further tightened on the neck of Nigeria by rising insecurity. Kuje Correctional Centre, Abuja, an advance party of the Presidential convoy and some Presidential Guard soldiers were all attacked by terrorists. At the Kuje Correctional Centre a number of high profile inmates were released while a number of […]

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Trimming cost of affluent funerals

There has been an age long habit among Nigerians in different parts of the country to organise expensive funerals. In some instances, loans are secured in addition to the bereaved family members being over-burdened with multiple financial and material demands.   Neighbourhoods are subjected to bewildering human and vehicular traffic as well as noise and […]

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Insecurity: Why Buhari doesn’t need to wait to be impeached

The anger over insecurity in many parts of the country under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari is boiling over. Late July, the leadership of the National Assembly prevented what would have been a national disaster when it stopped moves from some lawmakers to initiate impeachment proceedings against the president. In fact, in both chambers […]

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Ministry, AFN must develop other disciplines

At the recently concluded World Athletics Championship in Oregon, USA, Nigerian athletes failed to win any medal from day one till the very last day. On the very last day, two athletes – Tobi Amusan and Ese Brume – within 15 minutes won gold and silver for the country in the women’s 100m hurdles and […]

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Office of The First Lady: Is it constitutionally provided for?

I n official and private settings, stakeholders have been commenting on the relevance or otherwise of the ‘Office of the First Lady’ at the federal level and replicated across the 36 states of the federation. New Telegraph is pleased with such interrogation by the stakeholders on the appropriateness or otherwise of the office. While some […]

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Looming food crisis in Nigeria

Prices of food items have now become astronomical with consumers having to part with more funds in order to have them. This has depleted consumers’ purchasing power as they are unable to buy products to satisfy their demands. The arbitrary hike is extended to virtually all products ranging from yams, beans, rice, and millet to […]

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Does Nigeria actually need the Water Resources Control Bill?

To the disbelief of some Nigerians, the Water Resources Control Bill has been re-introduced in the National Assembly with the Minister of Water Resources, Engineer Suleiman Adamu reportedly upbeat that it would be passed into law in its second coming to the Parliament.   Some concerned citizens have spoken out condemning the push by the […]

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NFF must fire Waldrum, rebuild Falcons

Nigeria’s senior women team, the Super Falcons led by Onome Ebi, deserves commendation for securing a World Cup ticket at the just concluded Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON). The team had it tough in Morocco, venue of the tournament and where their match with the hosts broke attendance records with 45,562 spectators, which goes […]

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Fuel Subsidy: Looking inwards

T he Federal Government (FG) is set to commit N4 trillion or more on petrol subsidy, despite having a crippling debt profile. The payment of subsidy results in a fiscal hole, and socio-economic dislocations of cathedral proportions for the populace. Concerned stakeholders from within and outside the country have reacted to the haemorrhage caused to […]

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