IGP yellow fever post-EndSARS rice police Buratai’s reaction, Government collapse of public waterworks, aid workers
IGP’s lamentation
A few weeks ago, retired Major General Garba Wahab, the Director-General, Nigerian Army Resource Centre,  declared that the Inspector General ...
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IGP yellow fever post-EndSARS rice police Buratai’s reaction, Government collapse of public waterworks, aid workers
FIFA’s hammer on Ahmad Ahmad
WRACKED by perennial maladministration and thrown out of sync by the Covid-19 pandemic, last week’s guilty verdict on Confederation of ...
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FG’s attempt to take over idle funds
NOT only does the Federal Government’s plan to take over unclaimed dividends of quoted companies amounting to N158.44billion as well ...
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Matters arising on Lekki shooting
ON Monday, the United Kingdom parliament called on the British government to immediately commence investigation into alleged human rights abuses ...
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Insecurity: Enough of talks, Troops neutralise terrorists, Borno, state of insecurity
The frightening state of insecurity
LAST week, in a stark illustration of the pervasive insecurity in the land, bandits in Katsina State placed a N100 ...
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IGP yellow fever post-EndSARS rice police Buratai’s reaction, Government collapse of public waterworks, aid workers
The return of yellow fever epidemic
RECENTLY, yet another tragedy struck the country amid the ongoing battle against the coronavirus pandemic. For over two months now, ...
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Gowon’s test of integrity

THE recent protest against police brutality has in itself inflected gargantuan brutality on lives and properties of many Nigerians. And ...
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Data-driven economy: Necessity for development

IN most African countries like Nigeria, individuals are typically born, grow, live through adulthood, retire, aged, and die without the ...
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Boosting Girls’ education by teamwork

Education is one of the most important investments a country can make in its future.    It is in the light ...
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LAUTECH: A study in conflict resolution

THE National University Commission recently came up with an epic announcement. The Ladoke Akintola Universuty of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso had ...
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Lockdown and unleashing of new misery on women, girls

OF all the non-fiction stories I’ve read on the impact of coronavirus pandemic, especially with the continued closure of schools, ...
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The Doctor Who Never Dies (A tribute to Dr. Thomas Ogunremi Akeju, 1944-2020)

About two days before the devastating news of his passing hit me in COVID-ravaged America, I had scribbled in my ...
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Academic future of the common man’s child

That children are the leaders of tomorrow is a core message passed across over the years but it seems that ...
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Benefits of newspaper

Foolish is the man who never reads a newspaper; even more foolish is the man who believes what he reads ...
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Southern political office holders and restructuring

Southern politicians who debate the 2023 elections act without first settling the matter of restructuring. They are simply traitors to ...
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What Okonjo-Iweala’s appointment means for women leadership and Africa

The water of participation in leadership is fast-sweeping away from the shores of past narratives. And in recent years, we ...
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Improving welfare of women farmers

The National Gender Policy on Agriculture says that women carry about 80 per cent of agricultural production in Nigeria and ...
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On LAUTECH, LAUTECH, Osun, Oyo, Osun, Oyo joint ownership dissolved


The sole ownership of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (LAUTECH) by Oyo State is a welcome development. Joint ...
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