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Buhari, it’s almost getting too late to act

THE state of security in Nigeria has continued to agitate the minds of virtually all Nigerians. Never in the history of the country have things been this messy and uncertain. Hardly does a day pass without teary concerns about the country’s…

Nigeria: Third worst governed country in the world

FOR any student of Nigerian history or close watchers of its current affairs, the country’s lugubrious ranking on the inaugural Chandler Good Government Index (CGGI) released last week by the Singapore-based Chandler Institute of Governance…

The Abuja drugged cookies vendor

LAST week, another episode in Nigeria’s theatre of the absurd unfolded as operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) arrested two Abuja-based partners who allegedly specialised in selling drugged cookies to inhabitants…

The killing of Olokose Ojo

BARELY six days to his wedding ceremony scheduled for March 12 and 13, Mr. Olokose Olusola Ojo, a member of staff of the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, fell victim to a gruesome subterfuge by a trusted friend and neighbour who had…

RRS officers’ good example

IT would be quite natural, given the endless list of illegalities perpetrated by errant officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF), for Nigerians to wonder if anything good could ever come out of the force. But if experience over…

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