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SING Nigeria condemns abduction of Zamfara students, demands adequate security in schools

The Sustainable Initiatives for Nurturing Growth (SING) Nigeria has condemned the abduction of students of Government Girls Secondary School in Jangebe, Zamfara State by...

SING Nigeria partners Reps on creative intelligence, skill development to tackle unemployment, insecurity

Sustainable Initiative for Nurturing Growth (SING) Nigeria said it has secured endorsement and partnership with over 50 House of Representative members to undergo a...

Banditry as resource control

By Dons Eze, PhD As far as Nigeria is concerned, we explain resource control to be a system where a group of people will use...
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Youths Quest For New Order: Still An Elusive Search

By Jerome-Mario Utomi …The good news; we have the overwhelming support of youth votes….The bad news; the youth never bothers to vote--Anonymous Similar to many other...

The Joseph Goebbels In Government Spokespersons

By Jerome-Mario Utomi In 1978, the Public Relations professionals across the globe gathered in Mexico to among other aims chart a course, and stir the...

Corruption Challenge and Buhari’s Show without Depth

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Since the past two decades when democracy re-emerged on the nation’s political space, the country has in the face of varying challenges...

Beyond Nigeria’s membership of international organisations

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Prior to 2017, when The federal government during one of  the federal executive council meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari decided to...

History, Recession and a Sector in Progressive Decay

By Jerome-Mario Utomi You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. You cannot keep out of trouble by spending more than you earn. You cannot...

A nation on tiger’s back

By Jerome-Mario Utomi In the words of Justin Merkins, a world acclaimed management consultant, there are clear thinkers, muddled thinkers and people that fall in...

Youth and A Nation That Builds On Weak Foundation

BY Jerome-Mario Utomi Prior to the recent ‘youths revolt’ in the country which got the young Nigerians once described as ‘lazy’ busy on and off...

Social order: How ex-human rights activists failed Nigerians

By Jerome-Mario Utomi In the month of December 2019, an opinion article entitled; Sowore, And Silence from Unusual Quarters’’ by this author appeared in some...

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SING Nigeria condemns abduction of Zamfara students, demands adequate security in schools

The Sustainable Initiatives for Nurturing Growth (SING) Nigeria has condemned the abduction of students of Government Girls Secondary School in Jangebe, Zamfara State by...

SING Nigeria partners Reps on creative intelligence, skill development to tackle unemployment, insecurity

Sustainable Initiative for Nurturing Growth (SING) Nigeria said it has secured endorsement and partnership with over 50 House of Representative members to undergo a...

Banditry as resource control

By Dons Eze, PhD As far as Nigeria is concerned, we explain resource control to be a system where a group of people will use...

Strife for peace

By Jessica Otaikhor Osagie Bun in the oven I sometimes dreamt of freedom Leader and civilian earthquake In a unclear land A slowly death rate Many in the random of...

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