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Choosing what we want as a nation

October 1, 2019 Editorial III 0

Just last week, some Nigerian were arguing over the vehicles that our legislators in the national assembly were planning to buy. To the people, the law makers are simply using the legislative platform to enrich themselves at the detriment of the common people. This perception is borne out of the seemingly poor disposition of the legislators to the making of Read More

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Corruption makes Nigeria a toddler at 59

October 1, 2019 Editorial III 0

Corruption is Nigeria’s greatest enemy.  In the 59 years since independence, corruption has done more damage to Nigeria’s economy than any other form of malevolence. Right now Nigeria is eyeball-to-eyeball with the gravest consequence of corruption. On August 16, 2019, a British court presided over by Justice Anthony Butcher converted the award of an arbitration panel into a court judgment Read More

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Re: Between el-Rufai and free speech

October 1, 2019 Editorial III 0

“War without end.” – Unknown Sun Tuz was a brilliant military strategist. But to the bewilderment of historians, Tuz was so preoccupied with finding ways to avert war, that he was tagged a pacifist. Tuz is credited with securing countless victories without having to wage a war. In “The Art of War”, Tuz admonished warmongers to “appear weak when you Read More