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Saturday, August 19, 2017
Buratai: A Patriot “Numero Uno”

Buratai: Diary Of  A Workaholic‎

To render selfless and rewarding public service in Nigeria or elsewhere is not something akin to a simple nursery rhyme pupils recite in class...
No plan to shut down UNIMAID – Minister

Priotisation of Education, Antidote to Nigeria’s technological Deficit

In discussing the acute problems besieging education system in Nigeria today; what primarily come to mind are: chronic underfunding, examination malpractices, deterioration of facilities...
Okon is Okon– The Fallacy of Assumption

Okon is Okon– The Fallacy of Assumption

An assumption is a thing accepted as true without question or proof. If a stranger introduces himself as OKON, you assume he is OKON....
Chi Onwurah MP: “British, not Nigerian” By Reuben Abati

Chi Onwurah MP: “British, not Nigerian” By Reuben Abati

Chi Onwurah, the Member of Parliament representing Newcastle Central in the UK House of Commons and my former colleague at the State House, Molara...
Bello: Bestriding on Sardauna’s shadows By Philip Agbese

Bello: Bestriding on Sardauna’s shadows By Philip Agbese

No Nigerian is oblivious of the life and times of the first Northern Premier and the Sardauna of Sokoto, Late Sir Ahmadu Bello. He...
Buratai: That moment of truth on BBC By Jessica Angula

Buratai: That moment of truth on BBC By Jessica Angula

Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt. Gen. Tukur Yusufu Buratai is admired in multiple ways. He is a soldier who stands up for...
The persecution of Ogbadu and the Burden of Reforms

The persecution of Ogbadu and the Burden of Reforms

In the midst of the challenges besetting the nation it has become easy to mix the grain with the chaff and possibly throw away...
The Nnamdi Kanu phenomenon

The Nnamdi Kanu phenomenon

The most discussed subject in Nigeria today is what is called “restructuring” and indeed so popular is this subject that it has attracted the...
‘’Poetry can aid national transformation’’

‘’Poetry can aid national transformation’’

Mr Mike Ekunno, the Head of media, Nigeria Film Regulatory Authority says poetry can be used to aid national transformation when mainstreamed into national...
Buhari’s anti-corruption agenda is crumbling--it’s taken Saraki’s acquittal to really see it

Buhari’s anti-corruption agenda is crumbling–it’s taken Saraki’s acquittal to really see it

It’s often said that one person with a belief and courage is a social power equal to ninety-nine who have only interests. Nigeria would...