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First 100 days: I read SDP handwriting in APC Governor Oyetola’s move in Osun

The emergence of Osun Governor Gboyega Oyetola through the coalition of his All Progressives Congress (APC) and Senator Iyiola Omisore’s Social Democratic Party (SDP) in the Thursday, September 27, 2018, re-run governorship election in the state is no longer news. What is worthy of attention now are the deft moves of Governor Oyetola, in his […]
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Exploring oversight to promote good governance

One of the key functions of the legislative arm of government is oversight of government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) as well as local government councils with a view to identifying the needs of the people and make recommendations to government on such yearnings. The legislature in this wise, agitate to facilitate such demands through […]
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Imperative of sovereign national conference

RESTRUCTURING is a term which has become more and more widely canvassed in different parts of Nigeria in the past few years. The concept has been made nebulous by politicians who ascribe different meanings to it. Resource control, geographic restructuring and power devolution have been taunted by various groups. Several months ago when the calls […]
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Is the People’s Bank coming back?

The recommendations of the Ahmed Joda committee was that the People’s Bank should be restructured and rationalised in accordance with its revised mandate, to strengthen its professional managerial capability for efficient delivery of services and better investment decisions. In particular, its credit disbursement and recovery department should be strengthened, with a more professional cadre of […]
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Why sustainability is crucial to supply chain in financial institutions

Many financial institutions (FIs) today, especially the commercial banks in Nigeria, claim to implement sustainability in operations and all functions of the bank which have been exhibited lately in either their stand-alone sustainability reports or Integrated Reports, but many have so far left a vacuum in linking the implementation to their supply chains. If Supply […]
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Setting agenda for Buhari’s new cabinet

GENERAL Mohammed Buhari (retd.) was elected as civilian president in 2015 after three unsuccessful attempts. When he was sworn in, he did not mince words telling Nigerians boldly how he met the state of the nation. He met unveiled realities of insecurity, huge youth unemployment, declining economy and uncontrolled corruption at all levels of government in […]
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Rebuilding Oyo APC, no longer a quick fix

The elections have now come and gone. While the winners are still jubilating, the losers are counting their losses. With the unprecedented monetization of our electoral system as witnessed this time around, trust me, these are big loses. The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo state must go down in history as one of the biggest losers in the 2019 […]
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