Education as necessary luxury

By Habiba Nasiru Dalhatu It may sound oxymononic, but education is fast becoming a necessary luxury in a world where knowledge is the driver of the national economy and other areas of development. Education is so essential that people can spend their life savings to acquire it. In fact, education is an essential tool for personal advancement. We don’t More...

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By Muhammed Adamu On Tuesday, January 17th, 2017
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As hajj operation goes digital

By Ibrahim Muhammed The revolution brought about by information communication technology (ICT) has reached the inner room of hajj operation. The religious tourism industry in which hajj belongs can only be enhanced More...

By Muhammed Adamu On Friday, January 13th, 2017
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That Nigeria may reach the promised land

By Bukola Adenubi The yuletide season has been rather gloomy as the biggest economy in Africa, Nigeria, remains stuck in a painful recession with no end in sight. The government revenue has fallen by as much as More...

By Muhammed Adamu On Friday, January 13th, 2017
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Legacy of abandoned projects

By Kenechukwu Obiezu In Jos, it is the Jos Township Stadium that has been ongoing for 31 years. In Port Harcourt, it is the Monorail Project begun by the immediate past Governor and current Minister of Transport, More...

By Muhammed Adamu On Thursday, January 12th, 2017
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Power sector and emergency experts

By Ikeogu Oke The danger emergency experts pose to the Nigerian power sector became clear to me and deserving of exposure in the public interest on July 15, 2016. By emergency experts, I mean people who presume More...

By Muhammed Adamu On Thursday, January 12th, 2017
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Anonymous cowards!

By Mohammed Said The emergence of the social networks is a good development for the spread of information and knowledge. The Internet has brought us conveniences that give us instant access to information, events More...

By Muhammed Adamu On Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
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Magu, DSS, Senate and Buhari’s anti-corruption war

By Chido Onumah There are very few moments in a nation’s history that can equate the infamy that took place at the Nigerian Senate on Thursday, December 15, 2016. Of course, this is Nigeria, where infamous acts More...

By Muhammed Adamu On Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
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Between Buhari, Babachir and resignation

By Zayyad I. Muhammad President Muhammadu Buhari’s stance on corruption is indisputable; while his government has exhibited genuine and commendable efforts to restore the northeast to its pre-war peaceful status. More...

By Muhammed Adamu On Tuesday, January 10th, 2017
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Jigawa: Towards enhanced water supply

By Sunusi Usaini Madobi Water is life, provision of portable drinking water to the entire citizenry across the 21 local government areas of Jigawa state is one of the cardinal principles of Governor Mohammed Badaru More...

By Muhammed Adamu On Tuesday, January 10th, 2017
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How Kano senator redefines representation

By Sulaiman Muhammad Ayagi Unlike in the past, or at the return of the country to democratic governance in 1999 where ‘doctrine of necessity and opportunity’ as well as  other factors brought different political More...

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