An Account of the Corruption and Anomalies in the Nigerian Immigration Service

By Omoshola Deji One of the primary responsibilities of government is to provide - or regulate the provision of - efficient service to the populace....

#WorldFoodDay: Leveraging Digital Solutions to Tackle Hunger in Africa

  One of the biggest challenges facing the world today is global hunger. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) backs this up by stating...

‘Beyond Signing The Not Too Young To Run Bill: President Buhari’s Cabinet and Implications...

By Ibrahim Faruk Over the past 5 years, youth inclusion in democratic processes has gained global attention, buoyed largely by the emergence of young leaders...

Still on the Presidency, Shi’ites and the Police

  By Yushau A. Shuaib “Please, in the name of God don’t fight or fire…” – DCP Usman Umar The above were the last words of Deputy Commissioner...

There’s Need For More Disruption  In Africa’s Tech Scene

Olukayode Kolawole For most people living outside Africa, they imagine the continent as the home of poverty, corruption, internet fraud, infrastructure deficit, and everything that...

Suicide, Godlessness, entitlement, other things

By Emeka Oparah Many years ago, a  young friend cried to me how his marriage was about to pack up because his wife was tired-after...

Atiku’s Unrelenting Appeal to Emotion: A Gambit Doomed to Fail

First, it was laughable, now it gets progressively pitiable, to see and hear efforts by presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in...

We’re Resolute On Our Mission For Better Nigeria (Read Full Text of Independence Broadcast...

Dear Compatriots, 1st October each year is an opportunity for us to reflect and thank God for his endless blessings on our country. 2. It is...

The Army-Police War: Where Is the NSA?

By Yushau A. Shuaib “Our country is bedevilled… (by) multifarious security challenges by which each agency must bring its wealth of experience and comparative advantage...

Standing Before the Senate is Rauf  

By Olalere Fagbola The greatest cataclysm a nation could face is not political or economic and it would shock you to know that ( in...

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