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Peter Obi 2023: It’s now or never!

For the eight years Mr. Peter Obi was the governor of Anambra State, I followed his political trajectory with interest and I am proud of the works he did and the things he accomplished.   After he left office, I had the privilege to review his handover notes and had listened to his many speeches […]

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International Literacy Day: Challenges confronting African descents

Literacy, according to the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, is defined as an ability to read and write as well as to understand.   This reading ability ordinarily entails studying in an organised institution but findings showed that Africans got the encounter only during colonialism. Scholars have argued with substantial proof that people of African descent […]

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Role of traditional, religious leaders in up scaling COVID-19 vaccination

It was a matter of time, but COVID-19 vaccination has already started to generate heated arguments following a hint that the Federal Government could start sanctioning anybody who refuses to be vaccinated. Dr Faisal Shuaib, Executive Director, National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHDA), disclosed this at a recent press conference in Abuja.   He, however, […]

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PDP’s tag of defectors to APC as corrupt

Barely 24 hours after defecting to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) came out swinging at former Aviation Minister, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode. Senate Minority Leader and PDP’s staunch member, Enyinnaya Abaribe (Abia South), appearing on Arise TV on September 17, 2021, referenced former President Olusegun Obasanjo as saying that, […]

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Musa and the APC National Chairmanship seat

With the successful conduct of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Local government congress elections on Saturday September 4, in many parts of the country, the party has scaled another key hurdle of electing the leadership of the party at the local government level – and those who will eventually become delegates to regional and national […]

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Musa and the APC National Chairmanship seat

With the successful conduct of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Local government congress elections on Saturday September 4, in many parts of the country, the party has scaled another key hurdle of electing the leadership of the party at the local government level – and those who will eventually become delegates to regional and national […]

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National security and human rights

The U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Leonard, recently affirmed the U.S. commitment to Nigeria’s security challenges when she spoke at the induction of the six A-29 Super Tucano Jets which recently arrived in Nigeria.   She said: “The total sale is valued at almost $500m, making it the largest FMS Programme in Sub-Saharan Africa.   […]

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When accountability is not rocket science: Col Dikio (rtd) puts amnesty programme in order

He came with a vision to achieve his mission of peace as the Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP). His early days passed across the loud message that Col. Dixon Dikio (rtd) was not prepared to waste his time on frivolities and needless distractions. He was out to provide the needed leadership to […]

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Value Added Tax and a value subtracting government

The fuss over the Value Added Tax (VAT) by a Value Subtracting Government is the latest subplot in government which twists and turns resemble a Tom-and-Jerry cartoon film in fast forward mode. Like watching a cartoon film (and if you do not indulge, ask your kids or grandkids), you should not get too worked up […]

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Wike’s panacea for true federalism

The greatest constitutional gift that the British gave Nigeria during colonial rule was the Lyttleton Constitution of 1954 which heralded the principle of true federalism in the country. The late Sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo was able to accomplish so many feats because he controlled the cocoa proceeds which were the mainstay of the Western Region […]

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