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The Measure Of A Nation

Nigerians deserve to know why electricity supply is still epileptic, writes Okachikwu Dibia As a public servant who work and live in Abuja, I always...

Varsity Dons Blame Xenophobia on Nigeria’s Weak Foreign  Policy

BY Victor Ogunje in Ado Ekiti Following the perennial attacks on Nigerians in South Africa in recent times, experts in international affairs, Prof. Adeolu Durotoye...

The Marginalisation Of Okun People

 That the word “marginalisation” has continued to be prominent in the political lexicon of Kogi State before the 2015 general elections remains an incontrovertible...

Rape: Need For A Stiffer Penalty

Recently, women across the world celebrated International Women’s Day. Part of the agenda for the celebration includes older women setting priority for the younger...

 THE SCOURGE OF MENINGITIS

Bilkis Ogunubi writes that immunising children against meningitis should be prioritised by all     At least 328 people aged between five and 14 have lost their...

LOOKING INWARD TO TAME UNEMPLOYMENT

Nigeria has always been referred to as the giant of Africa. The country is not only a giant because of its landmass, population and...

NIGER DELTA: NEED FOR ALTERNATIVE STRATEGY

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo needs all the support to change the story of the Niger Delta, writes David Ugolor   The Niger Delta struggle is a common...

 BBC HAUSA AT 60: SO FAR, SO GOOD

 Discussing the lifestyle of a typical Hausa man cannot be complete without mentioning his attachment to radio. This hobby is as old as the...

Why I Stand by James Ibori

It was a loud rejection of the flawed and biased system that didn’t satisfy the dictates of the maxim that ‘he who comes to...

Rabid, Aggressive Obasanjoism

By Tony Eluemunor There is this malaise that former President Mathew Okikola Olusegun Obasanjo has refused to extirpate from his character, so, it looms large...