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Hate and terrorism

The world recently had to grapple with one of the deadliest of forms of human hate to human; it was caught off guard and every lover of peaceful coexistence, empathy and piety didn’t hesitate to strongly and unequivocally condemn the attack in New Zealand, a country known for its positive attitudes towards immigrants. That would […]
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Electronic voting is possible in Nigeria 

Over the past few weeks, Nigerians had to deal with electing new leaders at various levels of leadership capacities. The election in general is not without its peculiarities and failure to learn from them is disastrous to the growth of our democracy, electoral system and our national integration. It is very disheartening that the 2019 […]
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Don’t increase the burden

The journey to the passage of the new minimum wage is torturous and unnecessarily long. It was long overdue to review and renew the minimum wage Nigerian workers receive at the end of the month. It hasn’t been easy for the workers to make the ends meet as Nigerian economy ceaselessly declines and the cost […]
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Restructure NYSC

The establishment of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has, over the years, served as a means of National integration; this, without doubt, is the basis for its creation but one must not be coward in stating that the scheme has failed woefully in recent times; a scheme where nepotism, favoritism and prejudice, among many others, […]
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On 2023 southern presidency

Plans are afoot to ensure that the core Northern Muslims occupy seat of power for a long time by coming hard on possible southern presidential hopefuls to fully implement some agenda to the latter. Away from the hippy, colourful and the bold fronts displayed by some gladiators on camera; the road to the Aso Villa […]
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Tackling tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is a contagious disease caused by bacteria known as mycobacterium and it usually affects the lung of humans and other parts of the body like the brain and spine. According to World Health Organization (WHO), tuberculosis popularly known as TB, remains a security threat to health as it is one of the top 10 […]
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Fulfill your remaining promise on Oyo-Ilorin road

The Federal Government of Nigeria a few years ago, precisely in 2014, made a promise to build a high speed rail system that will revolutionarize the conveying of goods and passengers to major cities in Nigeria; including the South-West with special mention of the creation of Ibadan to Oyo to Ogbomoso and Ilorin link The […]
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Rethinking strategic development communication

There has been so much talk about public policy failure or lack of sustainability of development and reform projects in many developing countries especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. This dilemma of course needs to be investigated in some details for us to understand the dynamics of the policy process in these countries and perhaps appreciate the […]
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Fall of IS and effects on Boko Haram

In Africa, the al-Shabab, Tuareg militants and a branch of the al-Qaeda, motivated by the activities of the Islamic State, have launched a series of attacks and occupied territories in Somalia, Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, and control a huge part of the Sahara. The Boko Haram insurgency predated the shocking arrival of the IIS in […]
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On Kwara politics

Loathe him or like him, Dr Saraki was and probably still is a phenomenon in Nigerian politics. It is no mean feat for one to be a force to reckon with in Nigerian politics for so long as in his case. Some didn’t spend a tenure before meeting their waterloo in the Nigerian political space. […]
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