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The Decomposition of Nigeria -By Isa Eneye Mubarak

I do not take seriously anyone who argues that the main problem in our country is president Muhammadu Buhari, because the logical conclusion to such an argument is that the solution to this problem, therefore, is his removal. This kind of simplistic argument is inspired by lazy thinking deeply rooted in the kind of liberal […]

As politicians of all shades and stripes converged on Abuja on Tuesday to mark the 25th anniversary of June 12, the declaration of that day as the new Democracy Day and the investiture of MKO Abiola with GCFR, the motive of President Muhammadu Buhari continued to dominate conversations. The President’s action has been described as […]

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An irritating and resentful character of leaders in executive positions in Nigeria is to ridicule and despise Nigerians or politicians in rival political camps. For successor Presidents, their first official action in office is always to vengefully sack appointees of the preceding government. Little attention is paid to commitment and performance in office. The only […]

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My trip to Kigali, Rwanda for the African Innovation Summit was almost shelved for an important assignment in Abuja, but I was further persuaded upon learning that I could get a direct flight from Abuja to Kigali on the new RwandAir. The whole idea that one would connect an African capital by first flying to […]

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Simply put, historiography, in the sum of its varied definitions, relates to the study of how history is recorded, beyond the more direct definition of history, as the record of event. To fully distil the subject of Igbo historiography, I shall start by exploring the overarching subject of historiography within the Nigerian context, segmented into […]

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  Former President Olusegun Obasanjo is a troubled soul. What better way to show his restless nature than that at a time he would have been in retirement, the old man is hustling on the streets. At a time he was supposed to sit back and thank God for his bountiful favours on him, Obasanjo […]

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“Success is not final, failure is not fatal; It is the courage to continue that counts.” Recently, I deeply researched about the reasons why we fail and the lessons we learn (or ought to have learnt) from such failures. In this light, I would like to share a personal experience. In 2006, I partook in […]

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Building our children for the future -By Muhammad Ajah

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  When I recently visited a private primary school, I attended a social studies class of children between the ages of five and seven. I was impressed by the high level of intelligence displayed by the children. They were very hopeful that their futures are bright. I could see it in the way they responded […]

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The Sociology of “Femi Lete Kin Tuto” -By Kehinde Oluwatosin B.

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Over the years I have been privileged to discuss about money both in formal and informal set ups. The conclusions in this treatise would be basically gleaned from my observations in the informal set up than the formal sector . My focus on the informal sector hinges on the believe that the informal sector offers […]

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So, Police IG Idris Can’t Read Or Write! -By Erasmus Ikhide

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NIGERIA is in for collateral crisis of unimaginable proportion if the video clips of the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris tweaking in the social media is to be believed. The video clips depicted where IG struggled and laboured to read from a prepared speech in vain, even with the help of an aide […]

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