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Malami’s gaffe and FG’s insincerity 

Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, unwittingly revealed the real reason behind the Federal Government’s inability to check the menace of killer herdsmen, who have been ravaging many parts of the…

Is hope strong enough to arrest insecurity?

While speaking at the 108th Baptist Convention held penultimate week, former President Olusegun Obasanjo expressed the hope that Nigeria would not be consumed by its current security challenges. The former President said, “I am an incurable…

Nigeria and dearth of statesmen?

With the struggle for power by the political class which has resulted in the polity being extremely heated and the Nigerian space almost turned into a killing field, my mind travels to the 2012 Democratic Party’s National Convention in…

Nigeria: Racing back to 1967

The outbreak of Nigerian Civil war on July 6, 1967 was the climax of a number of activities that made the resort to war a fait accompli. The war was preceded by an extensive tension, which no one made any serious attempt to douse. There…

Buhari: When love turns sour

In his missive to the King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, King Abdullah ll Bin Al-Hussein, on Thursday, to express his solidarity with the monarch on the resolution of a recent rift in the royal family, President Muhammadu Buhari…

Let’s tweak our education system

Things are on a seemingly inexorable slide in the country because of our penchant for failing to nip potential crisis in the bud, forgetting that whatever ill we fail to deal with promptly will eventually turn round to deal with us.Boko…

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