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Please rise up to recognize the presence of thieves, By Prof. Pius Adesanmi

Please rise up to recognize the presence of thieves, By Prof. Pius Adesanmi

That Nigerian-Canadian civil servant, Nellie Mayshak, spent years working for the government of Ontario. Not one accusation of stealing and corruption. Then she goes back...
OPINION: Issues in Public Relations in Nigeria By Emeka Oparah

OPINION: Issues in Public Relations in Nigeria By Emeka Oparah

Two unrelated incidents conspired to compel me to eventually make this intervention, which I have been planning forever. One was a personal experience a...
Tinubu, a great pathfinder,talent hunter — Aregbesola

We are in a new and special period By Rauf Aregbesola

In that past year, in spite of our dire financial challenges, we fulfilled our obligation to the people by providing security, healthcare, education and...
Mbaka: Priest, politician or renegade? By Reuben Abati

Mbaka: Priest, politician or renegade? By Reuben Abati

Catholic priests in Nigeria have always captured the public imagination, some of them have served in government positions, some were prominent in the fight...
Bauchi: Adamu Mu’azu’s history in the gallery of pictures By Gbenga Sodeinde

Bauchi: Adamu Mu’azu’s history in the gallery of pictures By Gbenga Sodeinde

Martin Luther King, Jr., says “We are not makers of history. We are made by history” and this truly confirmed Alexis de Tocqueville, a...
FAAN begins placement of successful 2015 recruitment candidates

AMAECHI sets the ball in Transport By Yakubu Dati

" ... leadership courage, within or outside governance , transfers back to, and animates follower, so that when a familiar voice is heard saying...

It seems an irony, but the poor needs insurance more than the rich

The popularly held notion is that insurance is for the high ups or the upper class in the society. This view is rife in...
Nigeria makes case for IDPs at World Bank Spring Meeting

Tales of woe in Taraba IDPs’ camp

For the past two years, victims of Taraba crisis who were forced out of their homes and made refugees in their own land have...
Reuben Abati: A visit to the Gusau institute

OPINION: A story around Mama Dawes By Reuben Abati

Teachers are the most important persons in anyone’s life. Teachers teach us everything that we know. They inspire us. They leave their imprints, almost...
Reuben Abati: A visit to the Gusau institute

OPINION: Where are the public intellectuals? By Reuben Abati

Something sad has happened and is happening, and is getting worse in our society: the decline of public intellectualism.  And so I ask, where...

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