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Petrol price hike and new local refineries

For many years economists, financial advisors and public analysts have often pontificated that part of our problems in being unable to arrest the ever increasing fuel prices was our sustained failure In fixing our aging…

If you Nyako me, I will Jonathan you

This article you are about to read may not make much sense to any Nigerian born after 1960. If you were born in or about 1960, you would have been 14 years in 1974 when one of Nigeria’s most colourful columnists, and certainly one of the…

NDDC Scholarship: When prudence meets probity

It is a known fact that it takes a lot of courage to say no to intense pressure from different quarters, to make a wrong decision, just to assuage the public, in the face of a coordinated outcry. The story of the overseas protest of…

Southern Kaduna and cry for peace

The renewed interest in the crisis that continues to rock Southern Kaduna would be helpful if it produces a genuine effort at resolving the problem and ensuring lasting peace in that part of the country that remains troubled, divided, and…

Kogi and its uninvited guests

Good morning Distinguished Sons and Daughters of Okun Nation at home and in the Diaspora. We thank God for the gift of another day. We believe we are all doing well and staying safe. We feel the need to bring to your attention recent…

Buhari administration: A demise of human rights

President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration appears more determined than ever to rely on repression as a means of responding to dissent and public criticism. Its record of failure to uphold human rights and the rule of law has been too…

Nigeria and the unelected leaders

The Unelected have made by far greater impacts on the fortunes of Nigeria than the elected politicians. The evidence is there for everybody to see, especially in the provision of lasting infrastructure and even in areas of policy and…