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While Men Slept, Okonjo-Iweala Built Institutions

  BY Uwa Eghomeka   In January of this year, there was a lot of talk about the ghost-workers syndrome in the country with some ...

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Salient issues in Houston Launching of Bayelsa/Oloibiri Roundtable

  BY Daniel Iworiso-Markson   The recently concluded Oil and Gas Trade Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas, United States of America was an exciting engagement with industry tradition of regularly reviewing and enhancing operational ...

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Why Jonathan Shouldn’t Be Blamed

  BY Amir Abdulazeez Despite his periodic and latest efforts, there are two things on which former President, Olusegun Obasanjo may never convince the majority ...

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African Challenges to African Development

    BY Ehiedu Iweriebor   The parlous story of African economic and social development since independence best expressed in the failure to achieve the autonomous ...

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Towards Reconstructing the South-South and South-East Bridge: An Attempt to Reunite the Estranged Sister Regions Preparatory To Secession

  BY Russell Bluejack I write today as a very perturbed southerner.  What I still find inexplicable is how the educated men and women down ...

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Ayade: Boldly Fighting Cross River Battles for Justice in Nigeria

  BY Solomon Asha From the time of yore to date, experience justifies the irrefutable reality that many are those especially from the so-called majority ...

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The Struggle for the Creation of Rivers State – The Real Story       

  BY Mrs Ella Prest BSC (Hons)   I am Ella Prest an indigene of Rivers State. I am over 80 years and a living ...

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Between Nigeria and Biafra Republic

BY Russell Bluejack   I have noticed that the media, both online and print, is replete with works about Workers’ Day. I have decided to ...

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Four Years of Incompetent and Corrupt Management of Nigerian Cricket by Mr. Emeka Onyeama

  BY PakriboTelema-Daregoe Since his election to the North Central Zone of the Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) and subsequent emergence as President of the Nigeria ...

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Cowardice or Courage: President Jonathan Redefined

  BY Chris O. Maduka   How do we even define courage? Who is more courageous a General that lost or ceded part of Nigeria ...

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Segun Adeniyi and His Gratuitous Rationalizations

  By Henry Omoregie   You cannot shave a man’s hair in his absence. You cannot write a book about someone you never confirmed things ...

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The Corruption That Has Been Trailing Econet, Now Airtel

– It’s time to play by a different (ethical) set of rules BY Strive Masiyiwa   Sometimes the price can be very high in the ...

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Olusegun Obasanjo on Jonathan’s Failure: It Is Time for Baba to exit the Public Scene

  BY Idris Usman Speaking to popular personal development expert, Anthony Robbins, President George W. Bush said “I can’t criticize President Obama, he is my ...

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The Ailing President and the Coming Conflagration in Nigeria

  BY Femi Fani-Kayode   If the United Kingdom’s Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, can describe the Leader of the Opposition Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, as ...

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The Unprecedented Level of Patience Shown to Buhari

  An Editorial by The ECONOMIST Nigerians have never shown such level of patience and tolerance towards any of their past leaders for his record ...

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