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When Will Governance Resume in Nigeria -By Dele Momodu

Fellow Nigerians, it is truly tragic that the battle for who controls the commonwealth of Nigeria has brought our dear beloved country to standstill. It seems no one seems to care about the myriads of gargantuan issues confronting our country. The economy is in tatters. There is mass unemployment and it can only get worse. […]

  I keep shedding tears for the state of unionism on campus in Nigeria tertiary institutions.It is disheartening and unfortunate how it has been marred with lots of falsehood, propaganda, abnormalities،making it difficult to actualise the rationale behind the creation.Although, over the years Nigerian union leaders have always been a paradigm to our daily men, […]

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Last year, when the Federal Government was stalling in honouring its contract with a whistleblower, Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Corruption matters, Professor Itse Sagay, told Nigerians the reason his principal and its agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), would not honour the contract was because they were protecting the whistleblower […]

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  Corruption Nigeria is one of our biggest challenge as of today. It is clear to every citizen that the level of corruption in the country is high and glaring. What then is corruption? Corruption according to Wikipedia, is a form of dishonesty or criminal activity undertaken by a person or organization entrusted with a […]

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  Voting is defined as a human right. The fundamental assignment of any election man­agement body (INEC) is to provide a process for all citizens of voting age population to vote. Most national censuses reveal women are a majority of the voting age population and, as societies age, the majority percentage of women increases. While […]

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  Ethics may not be easily define but according to Josephson institute, ethics is define as Standards of conduct that indicate how one should behave based on moral duties and virtues. Also Ethics can be seen as codes of behaviour established to protect human values. Ethical concern, to ensure high standards of behavior,is not a […]

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Young Professionals warn. The Nigerian Young Professionals Forum has warned that with the political undertone trailing the activities of Nigeria’s leading anti graft agency, the country could be heading towards a full blown tyranny and dictatorship. The warning is contained in a press statement by the forum in reaction to the news of EFCC’s freezing […]

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  For too long the executive branch has been a victim and a punching bag in the fight between the NASS and the Executive branch but someone has the studying and mastered LAW 12.   For this move to work according to the book one must build a reputation for honesty based on a series of […]

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  A people of a certain religious belief, documented the epistle of a man who once made a gold statue ninety feet tall and nine feet; and set it up on the plain of Dura in the province of Babylon. Then he sent messages to the princes, prefects, governors, advisers, counselors, judges, magistrates, and all […]

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Every society in the words of George Soros needs some shared values to hold it together. When such values disappear, the society becomes a mere simple equation without meaning. In the same breath, the Nigerian political space at independence despite being an amalgam of multicultural, multi-religious and multilingual groups thrived peacefully on some values nourished […]

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