Editorial

Looming Food Crisis: A ticking time bomb

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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The impact of rainfall on Lagos

In recent times, Mother Nature manifested its full fury on Lagos State resulting in intermittent rainfall for days. Some persons were declared missing while others were displaced.   Some highways were rendered unmotorable with motorists trapped in the ensuing flood as they waded through to find their way in vain. Travel time became profoundly elongated […]

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LMC, NPFL need complete overhaul

The just concluded season of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) witnessed so many intriguing situations that one cannot comprehend under normal circumstances. Anomalies reigned supreme in the domestic as match officials and journalists were beaten and attacked at different centres while there were ridiculous decisions taken by match officials in many others. Sad enough, […]

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Politicians and their shifting ideologies

N ext year’s general election is already prompting a high degree of defections by politicians. Some political gladiators have disembarked from their political boats to join others as often as they have reasons to. This has resulted in the moving in and out of political parties by politicians who are well-formed in character and competence […]

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Malfunctioning refineries and Ajaokuta Steel Company

About 5,000 workers of four of the nation’s strategic assets are still being paid their salaries annually running into billions of naira without adding any value to the economy. Of the number, 758 employees are on the staff list of the Kaduna Refining and Petrochemical Company (KRPC), Port Harcourt Refining Company (PHRC) has 655 workers […]

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Time to de-emphasise expensive 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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Getting a template to sustain resurgence of youth football

In the past seven years, there has been a sharp decline in the fortunes of the country in age grade football. Administrators at the level of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and the Ministry of Sports come in and go without impacting positively on transition of players and sustenance of a system. We believe there […]

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The need for local refining of crude oil

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

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Task before new CJN

On Tuesday, June 27 this year a new acting Chief Justice was sworn in by President Muhammadu Buhari, Mr Justice Olukayode Ariwoola. He succeeded Justice Tanko Muhammed who voluntarily retired from office on health grounds following a petition by his fellow Justices of the Supreme Court of Nigeria (SCN). In the petition the Justices complained […]

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Nigerians and crave for wealth

Recently, there has been a heightened desperation for wealth among a growing number of Nigerians. This has resulted in the sustained commission of different acts of criminality by some individuals cutting across all segments of the society. The acts of criminality include cybercrimes, armed robbery, ritual killings, kidnapping and terrorism. This is a marked difference […]

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