Opinion

Buhari’s deployment of TSA in combating public graft

By efficiently deploying the instrumentality of the Treasury Single Account (TSA), President Muhammadu Buhari had set out to steady efforts at curbing official graft in Nigeria’s public institutions. In 2015, when Buhari came to power, he pledged to revive and intensify the country’s fight against corruption; a social malaise that has shamed and denied Nigeria […]

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Lagos has special status: Let’s make it official

What manner of special status for Lagos? The argument, to grant or not to grant, could easily have arisen out of avoidable misconceptions. Does any state in Nigeria hold the key to over 75 per cent of all manufacturing activities in the country? Or account for 70 per cent of Nigeria’s maritime trade? If a […]

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Over 28 years of June 12 and the current realities: Lessons for Nigerians

The annulled June 12, 1993 Presidential election has been repeatedly referred to as a watershed in Nigeria’s history. The reasons for this assertion are not farfetched. That election was the freest and fairest election in the electoral history of the country. The then Federal Electoral Commission (FEDECO), adopted a unique voting system known as Option […]

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Anambra 2021: Sharp divisions in PDP as Ekwunife, Okonkwo, others lock horns

The Anambra State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) looks good to reclaim the Government House, Awka given the array of aspirants it parade as it readies for the November 2021 governorship election, but so much depends on how the party will manage the process and fall outs of its primary election scheduled for […]

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South-East Nigeria: When silence is no longer golden

Nigeria and Nigeria’s friends must speak out on the heightened spate of insecurity in the Southeast now before it is too late. What started as a flickering candlelight is quickly snowballing into a huge forest fire. And if we do not act quickly, history will not be kind to all of us who knew the […]

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X-raying technological feats, excellence in FUTO

It’s noteworthy that the current Vice-Chancellor (VC) of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO), Prof. Francis Chukwuemeka Eze is expected to graciously handover the mantle of leadership to his successor in June 19, 2021, having meritoriously served for five years starting from June 19, 2016. It would interest us to note that the entire […]

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June-12: Democracy Day and the Proposed Revolution

Indeed, Nigeria is passing through a perilous time in her 60 years of existence. Nobody, not even the ‘seers’ that flood the space with prophecies ever imagined the nation will deteriorate to this stage where animals are valued than humans, as animals are killed with good reasons unlike humans nowadays.   Only Chinua Achebe foresaw […]

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2023: Why presidency must rotate from the North to the South

Anyone that loves Nigeria should put the country and her leaders in prayers because the country is sick and the people inside are in serious danger.   We are presently faced with critical threats capable of engendering another civil war and a possible disorderly disintegration; this is despite President Muhammadu Buhari giving himself pass mark […]

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Beware: Scammers on the prowl. How I fell victim (3)

Like many participants would admit, I didn’t know who added my number to the “Opay Investment Funds” (‘Opay IF’) platform on April 13, 2021, but I followed up on interactions and exchanges by participants and the site ‘administrators’.   My observation as a passive participant lasted for 15 days (April 13 and April 28, 2021). […]

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Songhai Farm, Minna: The template for robust food production in Nigeria

Successive governments in Nigeria have come up with a number of strategies and approaches to address food scarcity that could lead to full blown food insecurity in the country.   As ambitious as those approaches were, they failed to achieve much, owing to policy inconsistency and complete neglect by succeeding governments. The President Muhammadu Buhariled […]

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