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OPINION: Now that SA has apologised…

By Bola BOLAWOLE NOW South Africa has apologised for the xenophobic attacks that saw to the death of many African compatriots in the hands of...

OPINION: Where are Sowore, Ohimai, Dadiyata?

By: Fredrick Nwabufo DEMOCRACY is freedom; freedom to exist and to exercise the full catalogue of natural rights. The quality of democracy in an ordered...

OPINION: Who will take over in Nigeria?

By Cheta Nwanze GEOPOLITICS is the study of the effects of geography on politics and human relations, mainly the relationships between nations. To most people, the...
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The Nduka Obaigbena phenomenon

By Simon Kolawole I RECOLLECT vividly as if it happened yesterday — the day I first had a one-on-one with Mr Nduka Obaigbena, editor-in-chief and...

The new NFIU policy guidelines and morality of local government fiscal autonomy in Nigeria

By: Ani, Nwachukwu Agwu and Hamzat Lawal "The world is debating local solutions to global problems using the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Agenda2063 as...

Dressing Iran for barbecue

By Owei LAKEMFA IT was Sunday, May 12, near the port of Fujairah, in the Gulf of Oman, United Arab Emirate (UAE). Four commercial ships...
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OPINION: Why should governments open up their data?

By: Ani, Nwachukwu Agwu   RUNNING 21st century governments by the “old rules” is reinforcing information asymmetry, inefficiency in public service, inequality and ultimately poverty. In 2016,...

Between saying too little and asking too much: Question marks over Nigeria’s budgeting figures

Budgets have not always been part of man’s politics or even his vocabulary. They emerged first in the early eighteenth century, necessitated by centuries...

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Nigeria’s debt within limit compared to other countries – Buhari

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has described Nigeria's debt position as still within acceptable limits. Buhari made the remark today while presenting...

FG declares Monday public holiday to mark Maolud Nabiyy

THE Federal Government has declared Monday, 10 October 2022 as public holiday to mark this year’s Eid-ul-Mawlid Celebration in...

Trevor Noah is leaving The Daily Show – how did he fare?

By Allaina Kilby, Swansea University Africa’s most famous funnyman and TV star, the South African stand-up comedian and author Trevor...

[INVESTIGATION] Despite Over N800 Million investments, Primary Health Services in Anambra Still in terrible state

By Lawrence Nwimo Antonia Okafor, an auxiliary health worker, can barely contain her frustration at the Umueze-Anam Primary Health Centre,...

ICIR’s reports win top two PWC awards

TWO reports by the International Centre for Investigative Reporting (TheICIR) have won the seventh edition of the PwC Nigeria's...
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