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Pension scam: My story -Abdulrasheed Maina

15 December 2017
Pension scam: My story -Abdulrasheed Maina

Abdulrasheed Maina, former Chairman of the dissolved Pension Reform Task Force Team, PRTT, is in hiding, having been declared wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for allegedly...

The challenge of reforming SARS -Sun Editorial

15 December 2017
The challenge of reforming SARS -Sun Editorial

It is unfortunate that at a time like this that armed robbery, kidnapping and sundry violent crimes have become rife in the country, the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the...

South-West governors and constitutional amendment -Tribune Editorial

15 December 2017
South-West governors and constitutional amendment -Tribune Editorial

THE last couple of weeks have witnessed renewed consultations and meetings by major stakeholders across the six geopolitical zones of the country on the political future of the country. The...

Udom Emmanuel, this is a bad idea - Inibehe Effiong

15 December 2017
Udom Emmanuel, this is a bad idea - Inibehe Effiong

I do not want to insult or denigrate the governor of my state without justification. But you see, sometimes, I honestly don't know what inspires the people we call leaders...

If Atiku is the only alternative to Buhari, then we’re done! - Farooq Kperogi

15 December 2017
If Atiku is the only alternative to Buhari, then we’re done! - Farooq Kperogi

If Atiku Abubakar (or anybody PDP presents as a presidential candidate) is the only alternative to President Muhammadu Buhari, then Buhari’s victory in 2019 will be a definite shoo-in, and...

TETfund: An open letter to President Buhari - Ifechukwude Biose

15 December 2017
TETfund: An open letter to President Buhari -  Ifechukwude Biose

Dear Mr President, I write on behalf of over one hundred stranded Nigerian scholars in the United Kingdom under the 2014 TETfund academic staff training and development scheme to pursue...

Beyond the Brutalities of Police SARS -Segun Adeniyi

14 December 2017
Beyond the Brutalities of Police SARS -Segun Adeniyi

If there is any lesson from the current revelations about how men of the Police Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) molest, torture, maim and sometimes kill innocent citizens, it is that...

Curtailing the migrant crisis -Thisday Editorial

14 December 2017
Curtailing the migrant crisis -Thisday Editorial

Governments in sub-Saharan Africa must do more to address poverty In apparent response to the international outrage that greeted the recent Cable News Network (CNN) documentary with footage of where...

PDP’s suicide - Opeyemi Agbaje

14 December 2017
PDP’s suicide - Opeyemi Agbaje

Until Saturday December 9, 2017, the opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) had a huge opportunity of deposing the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in the 2019 Presidential elections. The APC...

Collapse of security system -Punch Editorial

13 December 2017
Collapse of security system -Punch Editorial

At a recent charged plenary session, senators roundly condemned the collapse of the country’s security system. The Senate said that many lives were being lost in the country to clashes...

Donald Trump: Israeli’s Friend or Foe? -Issa Aremu

13 December 2017
Donald Trump: Israeli’s Friend or Foe? -Issa Aremu

With friends like the 45th President of United States of America, Donald Trump, Israel possibly needs not worry about the danger posed by Hamas, the Palestinian resistance movement. Gaza is...

Fuel scarcity in festive seasons

13 December 2017
Fuel scarcity in festive seasons

The downstream sector of the petroleum industry should be managed transparently Less than two weeks to Christmas, there seems to be no solution in sight to the problem of long...

The outcry over SARS -Tribune Editorial

12 December 2017
The outcry over SARS -Tribune Editorial

Sequel to the recent strident calls across the land, especially on the social media, for the dissolution of the Special Anti-robbery Squads (SARS), the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim...

Financing health services in Nigeria -Isaac Adewole, Olusoji Adeyi and Rachid Benmessaoud

12 December 2017
Financing health services in Nigeria -Isaac Adewole, Olusoji Adeyi and Rachid Benmessaoud

Isaac Adewole, Olusoji Adeyi and Rachid Benmessaoud argue that the country needs to invest more in the health of the citizens As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to...

Is FG powerless against smuggling? -Vanguard Editorial

12 December 2017
Is FG powerless against smuggling? -Vanguard Editorial

Last week the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development announced that with Yuletide approaching, the smuggling of rice, fish and poultry is increasing. Apart from these, any knowledgeable observer...

Human rights and the revolt against SARS …(2)

11 December 2017
Human rights and the revolt against SARS …(2)

There is an urgent need to review the recruitment process into the security agencies The decision by the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to reorganise the Special Anti-Robbery Squad...

Agbaje: Using fairs to redefine Retail Banking -Ijeoma Nwogwugwu

11 December 2017
Agbaje: Using fairs to redefine Retail Banking -Ijeoma Nwogwugwu

Segun Agbaje, the managing director/CEO of Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank), is not a popular man. To many, he is aloof, too strait-laced, not your typical run-of-the-mill Nigerian. As one of...

Return of 1m Abacha loot -Sun Editorial

11 December 2017
Return of 1m Abacha loot -Sun Editorial

After many years of legal tussles and protracted negotiations, the Swiss authorities have finally signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Nigerian government to return the country’s US1 million...

Okorocha’s Ministry of Happiness -Tribune Editorial

11 December 2017
Okorocha’s Ministry of Happiness -Tribune Editorial

Apparently unable to resist the lure of serial controversies, the governor of Imo state, Chief Rochas Okorocha, has recently created a Ministry of Happiness and Purpose Fulfilment and named his...

Let's create jobs to end slavery abroad - Olanipekun

11 December 2017
Let's create jobs to end slavery abroad - Olanipekun

Eminent lawyer Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN) has said the massive unemployment is a time bomb that can cause a revolution. Olanipekun urged governments and privileged Nigerians to create jobs for...

Turai’s abandoned cancer centre -The Nation Editorial

10 December 2017
Turai’s abandoned cancer centre -The Nation Editorial

Government and the ex-first lady should explore ways of redeeming it for public good The International Cancer Centre (ICC) in Abuja, conceived by former first lady, Mrs Turai Yar’Adua, sometime...

Human rights and the revolt against SARS…(1) -Thisday Editorial

10 December 2017
Human rights and the revolt against SARS…(1) -Thisday Editorial

Security agents are ironically the greatest violators of human rights Following an alleged anti-judicial killing in Lagos of a young man by some operatives of the notorious Special Anti-Robbery Squad...

Thou shall not underrate Atiku -Simon Kolawole

10 December 2017
Thou shall not underrate Atiku -Simon Kolawole

For years, he was rejected at the polls and given a tag that demarketed him among the electorate. His opponents said they knew how to get people to vote against...

The crazy journey to Lampedusa -Festus Adedayo

10 December 2017
The crazy journey to Lampedusa -Festus Adedayo

The world is sounding appalled and thoroughly shocked by the gory news emanating from Libya about the return to the slave trade era ended centuries ago, which specifically reigned from...

What piece of information did Tinubu gift Buhari? -Tunde Rahman

10 December 2017
What piece of information did Tinubu gift Buhari? -Tunde Rahman

It was quite gratifying seeing President Muhammadu Buhari display rare strength and character recently in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire’s capital. Strength, because without betraying any sign of tiredness or weakness, he...

Nationwide screening for common cancers -Sun Editorial

10 December 2017
Nationwide screening for common cancers -Sun Editorial

We commend the Federal Government’s plan to commence nationwide screening for common cancers, especially those of the cervix, breast and prostate. The free cancer screening exercise will be conducted at...

Who is afraid of Daddy-Freeze? -Femi Aribisala

10 December 2017
Who is afraid of Daddy-Freeze? -Femi Aribisala

‘The fear of Daddy-Freeze is the beginning of mischief in Nigerian churches.’ Nothing in recent memory seems to have affected the bank-balances of Nigerian pastors as Daddy Freeze’s exposure of...

Ali Ahmadu’s inspiring story -Sun Editorial

09 December 2017
Ali Ahmadu’s inspiring story -Sun Editorial

Many Nigerians were happy early this week when a little boy who was crippled during a Boko Haram attack on Chibok three years ago returned to the country on his...

Introducing Ovation Books via Dogara Yakubu - Dele Momodu

09 December 2017
Introducing Ovation Books via Dogara Yakubu - Dele Momodu

Fellow Nigerians, let me confess that one of the first adages I learnt as a kid was “man proposes but God disposes.” That is the story of our foray into...

Before we #EndSARS… - Jude Ndukwe

08 December 2017
Before we #EndSARS… - Jude Ndukwe

There has been an ongoing campaign by some Nigerians calling for the scrapping of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, a unit in the Nigeria Police Force. This call is being...

Tithes: To pay or not to pay - Tony Ogunlowo

08 December 2017
Tithes: To pay or not to pay - Tony Ogunlowo

The controversy surrounding the payment of tithes rages on with those for and those against giving good arguments for paying or not paying. I’ll sit on the fence here: the...

The U.S. Justice Department is not Trump's law firm - Lanny Davis

08 December 2017
The U.S. Justice Department is not Trump's law firm - Lanny Davis

The chances of Donald Trump being impeached increased geometrically in the last several days for the felony of attempting to obstruct justice when he admitted that he knew about Michael...

Nigeria and the memory of Tafida - Olusegun Adeniyi

07 December 2017
Nigeria and the memory of Tafida - Olusegun Adeniyi

"…Your Excellencies, we the Yar’Adua family bore our period of trial with dignity. And we mourned the death of Tafida not with tears of rage or hatred but with prayers...

No to electricity tariff hike -Sun Editorial

06 December 2017
No to electricity tariff hike -Sun Editorial

Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, recently advised Nigerians to brace up for an inevitable increase in electricity tariff. Speaking at the 6th Presidential Business Forum in Abuja, he was reported to...

Scandalous! -The Nation Editorial

05 December 2017
Scandalous! -The Nation Editorial

•Nigeria has no business importing palm oil with scarce forex The report that Nigeria spent a whopping N116.3 billion (3.1 million) in the first 10 months of this year to...

Release Paris Club funds to states -Vanguard Editorial

05 December 2017
Release Paris Club funds to states -Vanguard Editorial

There are many indicators in our body polity to prove that Nigeria is still transiting from military rule to democracy, even though the Army vacated the political scene nearly 20...

Coping with suicidal thoughts - Tony Ogunlowo

04 December 2017
Coping with suicidal thoughts - Tony Ogunlowo

You haven’t killed yourself, yet, so that’s a start. You are thinking, seriously, of doing it but haven’t yet mustered up the courage to go ahead with it. With all...

Severance pay and severe pain -Simon Kolawole

03 December 2017
Severance pay and severe pain -Simon Kolawole

For Mr. Mounir Gwarzo, director-general of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), these are not the nicest of times. He has just been suspended by Mrs Kemi Adeosun, minister of...

Voting with their feet -The Nation

03 December 2017
Voting with their feet -The Nation

We might be grateful but should, in no way, celebrate that some Nigerians have been flown in from Libya. The country, once tranquil beneath the boot of a tyrant, has...

Banning public doctors from private practice -Sun Editorial

03 December 2017
Banning public doctors from private practice -Sun Editorial

The Federal Government recently said that it might ban medical doctors in the public sector from private practice. The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, who disclosed this to newsmen...

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