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FCTA: Roadside Hawkers Cry Out Over Evacuation Plans

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, is grappling with the issue of road traders, vendors, and beggars causing congestion and traffic headaches on major...

“Let It Be Neither Mine Nor Yours: Divide It”

What is the INEC in your life today? Who or what is that person, thing, or issue that is destabilizing your life, marriage, family,...

Nigeria is falling and failing

WRITTEN BY DUMEBI KACHIKWU My Dear President Buhari, I am tired of living in fear. I am tired of what Nigeria has become under you. I...

Echoes from Afghanistan

WRITTEN BY REUBEN ABATI One of the first things I picked up very early in this business of public affairs analysis is something senior colleagues...

We stand with the Minister of Aviation

It was January of this year when the UAE Government issued a new travel protocol targeted at Nigerians. This policy which was to become operational...

June 12: What Is Worth Celebrating In President Buhari’s 6th Year In Office?

On May 29, 2000, Nigeria celebrated its first Democracy day to mark the period the military handed over power to an elected civilian government...

Purge yourselves of lies and hypocrisy on Ibori’s loot, Ajulo tells Delta state govt, allies

A foremost civil right lawyer and activist, Dr. Kayode Ajulo, has frowned at the Government of Delta State and some of its associates who...

Who will President Buhari blame next?

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Administration has over time been accused of apportioning blames to individuals for unflattering circumstances in the country. It seems nothing has...

The Big Lie

In another blistering editorial, Dumebi Kachikwu, Chairman of Roots TV, has called out Nigerian leaders for burying their heads in the sand while civil...

Please do not kill me

Written by Dumebi Kachikwu   I was on a call with a friend a few days ago when she received a message that made her scream....

A Survey of Nigeria’s Discontented Youth, By Okey Ndibe

Demographic realities in Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa, would predict a high representation of the country’s youth in public life, specifically political...

Nigeria: From Petrol to Auto-Gas

Written by Reuben Abati The Nigerian government deregulated the downstream petroleum sector with effect from March 19, 2020. The key argument was that the fuel...

ASUU Has Outlived Its Shelf Life

Written by Shaka Momodu  In 20 years, university teachers in the country under the auspices of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have embarked...

Recession: What does the future hold for Nigerian homes and businesses?

These are certainly not the best times for millions of Nigerians now grappling with the combined misery of living and operating in an economy...

The death and deification of ‘Junior Jesus’

Written by Adekeye Adebajo Former Ghanaian president, Jerry John Rawlings, who died last Thursday in Accra at the age of 73, always seemed to be...
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