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Nigeria’s Recession: Poor Diagnosis; Poorer Remedies

Nigeria is telling itself that it has plunged into yet another recession: The second in 3 years! The feckless government also kids its helpless citizens…

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Insecurity: Unto Nigeria, Too Much Blood is Taken

In the good old days, you could drive between Abuja and Kaduna with your eyes practically closed. The road was like a runway. And you could…

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Biden Wins,Trump Loses: Nigeria is Transformed

Below is what is obvious so far in the morass that’s the current US Elections. Worse case scenario:  Trump is the president of United States until…

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Nigeria@60: Lying Becomes a Presidential Addiction

Since assuming powers in the early summer of 2015, Mohammadu Buhari, Nigeria’s President, has almost by rote made lying a tradition at the annual independence…

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Nigeria@60: A Sick Nation Enters a Coma

For whatever reason, Nigeria, a nation whose population is not known was founded on lies and gratuitous assumptions. From 1960 when it “gained” a notional independence…

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Power : The Dumb and Ambitious

In every society and  ages, all types of people aspire to and sometimes get to power. The smart and  lazy, smart and  ambitious, dumb and …

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Nigeria : Petrol and Growing Pains

The Nigerian government announced Wednesday that prices of petrol, a necessity, will go up. And up with it, would be the collective blood pressures of…

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Water Resources Bill: RUGA, All Over Again

Nigeria’s national assembly is fiddling with a bill that will, when signed into law, deny natives across the country ownership of the lands close to…

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CAMA: Give To Buhari What Belongs Caesar

In the wake of the Lockdown that began in April, Nigerians actually worried more about the fact that churches and mosques were closed than they…

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Mali and Buhari: Physician, Heal Thyself

This week alone, bomb explosions killed 6 children in Yamamuru, Katsina state ;17 soldiers fighting “bandits” were also killed in the same state. 5 aid…

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