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    My Bitter-Sweet Experience In Business – Prince Adelusi-Adeluyi Speaks At 80

    The Chairman of Juli Pharmacy and pioneer chairman of the indigenous business group of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, Prince Julius Adelusi-Adeluyi fondly called Prince Juli, shares his vast experience in professions, business and life as he marks his 80th birthday on August 2 What moments would you consider as your most memorable, looking back at […] More

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    An Election The World Is Anticipating

    In every country there was a fear a Trump presidency would disrupt the world order, upend international treaties and fuel global conflict.

    A visit by any United States president, to any country opens doors and comes with immeasurable benefits. In some ways, it is better than hosting the world cup. Only 14 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa have ever been visited by a United States president. Surprising, George Bush, a Republican president visited Africa more than any other […] More

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  • President of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria’s Media Forum, Malam Ibrahim Musa.

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    Buhari Toying With El-Zakzaky’s Life – Ibrahim Musa, Journalist

    In this interview, Malam Ibrahim Musa, Kaduna-based journalist and President of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria’s Media Forum says President Muhammadu Buhari should do the right thing by the law and release Shiekh El-Zakzaky who has been detained for nearly five years, in spite of a court order for his release. Are you surprised that […] More

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  • The acting Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Professor Kemebradikumo Daniel Pondei, after he fainted at the National Assembly on Monday / Photo credit: thestreetjournal.org
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    Common Skits From Uncommon Corruption

    The drama between Femi Gbajabiamila, the Speaker of the House of Representatives and Senator Akpabio seems to have ended even before it began. Akpabio, the Niger Delta Minister had declared that most of the contracts or non-contracts through which trillions of naira have literally disappeared into our modern black hole called the Niger Delta Development […] More

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  • President Muhammadu Buhari and his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan / Photo credit: newsofnigeria.com
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    GEJ Meets PMB: A Lesson For Bitter-Enders

    In the build-up to the 2015 general elections, the country was divided right down the middle. On one side were the Jonathanians, who supported the then incumbent President, Goodluck Jonathan, and wanted him to continue in office for another term of four years. On the flip side were the Buharists (I was one, and remain […] More

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    Remembering Mallam Ismaila Isa Funtua

    When in Public Service, one never knows the shoes you step on or those who write behind your back especially when you are in the process of reform, requiring unsettling changes to many. One day, sitting in my office, as Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), in the early days of the […] More

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  • Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
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    Osinbajo: Between Columnist And Calumny

    It demonstrates so very clearly why fighting corruption in Nigeria will always be a difficult undertaking.

    In logic, “argumentum ad ignorantiam” describes a deficit in reasoning whereby an argument is based on sheer ignorance. It is the most hilarious slip to make in a debate. To now add this to the error of “precipio principii” (winding, meaningless argument) committed blissfully by Dr. Abimbola Adelakun is a big tragedy indeed. Writing in […] More

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  • Ex-NDDC MD, Dr. Joy Nunieh, said she slapped Senator Godswill Akpabio Because He Was Sexually Harassing her.
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    Inside Our Kleptocratic State

    Events of the past few weeks in Nigeria illustrate how corruption has graduated into kleptocracy, leaving us in a society where the theft of public assets is so mature that organs and structures to sustain to it are fully functional. The soul of the nation has been stolen by politicians and influential citizens who drain […] More

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  • President Muhammadu Buhari with Senate President, Ahmed Lawan and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila during the visit to Buhari on Thursday / Photo credit: Femi Adesina
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    A Season For Walkouts

    Members of the National Assembly always seem to be at war with one head of a federal agency or another. The face-off usually starts with a threat of a public probe by the lawmakers and sometimes end with both parties accusing each other of corruption. When Maryam Uwais was in charge of the Social Investment […] More

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