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Moneybags Politics and Nigeria’s ‘Rule of Money’ Democracy

By Victor Agi When Nigeria transited to democracy and embraced the presidential system of government in 1999, it marked the transfer of sovereignty from authoritarian...

FACT CHECK: Did Ned Nwoko ask for Emmanuella’s hand in marriage?

By Genevieve Aningo Over the weekend, unverified claims swirled on social media that Ned Nwoko, the billionaire businessman and politician, requested to marry Emmanuella, the...

Four reasons Tinubu’s choice of Muslim-Muslim ticket may backfire

On Sunday, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, finally unveiled Senator Kashim Shettima as his running mate. Being a Muslim,...

BBNaija: The question of moral degradation and Nigeria’s ceaseless budget for a detestable cause

By Momoh, Emmanuel Omeiza When I read through the rewards which were earmarked for the winner of the recent edition of the popular TV reality...

The Fake News Saga: Can Media Stem the Tide in Nigeria?

By Nusaiba Mukhtar Yau The act of altering information has been long before the emergence of social media, and it has been an active component...

Curbing phone snatching, the new epidemic in Kano

By Alhaqatu Bawa Habib Snatching of phones appears to be one of the most predominant crimes in Kano state. It makes residents of state feel...

Ending the HND/B.Sc disparity in Nigeria’s labour force: A myth or reality?

By Momoh, Emmanuel Omeiza Very recently, the Nigerian legislative chambers passed for the umpteenth time the bill ending the dichotomy between HND and Bsc holders....

Nigeria and rising insecurity

By Esther Innocent "The state no longer has the monopoly of force, it's lost control. From the North to the South life has become nasty,...

Primary Health Care: Highlighting critical intervention need for Ukaegbu community 

By Ugochukwu Favour, Abia There is great danger in overlooking or failing to pay attention to the health needs of a people.  The popular say...

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SPECIAL REPORT: Over 200,000 Nigerians risk death from cardiovascular diseases by 2023 — here’s why 

By Sunday Elom When Gift Okoye, a food seller in Awka, Anambra State capital, ventured into the food selling business, unbeknown to her, some of...

ASUU-FG’s lingering rift: A stain on national integrity

By Kaanti Ernen There have been heaps of submissions from concerned quarters about the perennial face-off between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the...

VIDEO: Obasanjo says he’s the father of ‘frustrated Nigerian youths’

Former president Olusegun Obasanjo has declared himself as the father of “frustrated youths” in Nigeria. He made the remark on Friday when he received the...
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