MTN VS NIGERIA | Before the Senate Misfires

Against the backdrop of the allegations that MTN violated the Foreign Exchange Monitoring and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, Davidson Iriekpen, while examining the provisions of the law vis-a- vis government’s investment drive, advises caution in national […]

A Cold Season of Bribery Allegation

  The current allegations of bribery by some public officers are not only self-indicting, but also a sign that critical institutions of the Nigerian state are in urgent need of overhaul. Vincent Obia writes The […]

Still On the Spiritual Side of Aso Villa

Since the publication of Reuben Abati’s piece on the “Spiritual side of Aso Villa” on October 14, I have taken time to follow the reactions of key personalities to the article. Quite significantly, a former […]

Lagos Assembly: A pacesetter for others

Vote of confidence especially in the political parlance is a formal acknowledgment of the leadership qualities of a person or persons. But it is best appreciated when it is popular among the citizenry and widely […]

Mr. Jonathan’s irreverent sacrifice

Former President Goodluck Jonathan is a man who hankers, with tepid anxiety, over how history would judge him. He knows the signs appear not to be in his favour despite the accolades he received for […]

You told me so, you warned me about Buhari

They warned me about Buhari. Now that’s all they want to talk about. My fellow Nigerians, before the 2015 election I campaigned for Muhammadu Buhari online. Offline, I worked to get him elected. I apologize […]

OPINION | NASS And Our Tomorrow

By Ikponmwosa Eweka “The future will have no pity for those men and women who possessing the exceptional privilege of being able to speak words of truth to their oppressors ,have taken refuge in an […]

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