My advice for Customs Service

March 26, 2017

The Comptroller General (CG) of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) Col. Hameed Ali (retd) has had some unnecessary open confrontations with the Nigeria Senate starting from March 7. Unnecessary as the altercations are, they have […]

Lessons from Made-in-Aba trade fair, Abuja

March 12, 2017

THE fourth Made-in-Aba trade fair kicked off in Abuja on Monday andended on Friday, showcasing the huge potential in local manufacturing.It was a big deal for Abuja residents, who were once again broughtface-to-face with the […]

Jonathan and Amaechi’s singsong

March 5, 2017 Taiwo adisa

CAN vengeance be pursued further than death?” that is a line from Shakespeare’s famous love and tragedy drama, Romeo and Juliet. Just as the question is rhetorical in that popular play, it wears the same […]

PDP and the road to Golgotha

February 26, 2017 Taiwo adisa

THE Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was badly hit last week as the Court of Appeal in Port Harcourt ruled to affirm Senator Ali Modu Sheriff as National Chairman. Before then, the different hierarchies of the […]

Before we celebrate fall of Sambisa

January 22, 2017

Late December 2016, news filtered into town that the dreaded Sambisa forest had fallen to the Nigerian military. It called for instant celebration and President Muhammadu Buhari immediately seized the opportunity. His war commanders arrived […]

My fears for 2017 budget

January 8, 2017

LAST week, I had a conversation with a Lawyer friend on thepossibility of the nation’s budget 2017 delivering the goods. TheBarrister asked if I had read the budget document. Of course, he knew Ihave been […]

Oyegun, Saraki and APC Unity

December 11, 2016

JUST last month, I wrote in this column that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) must own its government. The discordant tunes were getting more than plenty. It was as if the government was on […]

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