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Salami Report: Why the silence on findings against Magu

    Salami Report: Why the silence on findings against Magu

BY THOMAS AGBOOLA Barely a week ago, Justice Salami-led presidential panel investigating allegations against the suspended Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr Ibrahim Magu, submitted

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2023: Dr Goodluck Jonathan not qualified to contest

    2023: Dr Goodluck Jonathan not qualified to contest

BY LAW MEFOR A political thinker posited that politics is a concentric circle of conspiracies. It is such a conspiratorial game that while statesmen worry about development to cater for

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How does the DPRK conquer typhoons

    How does the DPRK conquer typhoons

BY ALHASSAN MAMMAN MUHAMMAD Recently, heavy rains and typhoons have hit many regions in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) in succession, inflicting serious damages and leaving many people

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Disconnected in Lagos

    Disconnected in Lagos

BY DANNE INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH A lot of people in Lagos walk to work every day, not because their homes are nearby. In Nigeria’s most populous city and commercial capital,

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Lagos should apply its criminal law on disorderly persons

    Lagos should apply its criminal law on disorderly persons

BY ABIODUN DINA “At the end of our lives, we do not blame ourselves for things we tried and failed,

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Nuhu Ribadu @ 60: A school and a model

    Nuhu Ribadu @ 60: A school and a model

BY ABDULAZIZ ABDULAZIZ When the quintet of us met early in September to moot the idea of commemorating his 60th

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Tokunbo Abiru’s rising profile

    Tokunbo Abiru’s rising profile

BY BABATOLA MICHAEL  On September 3, Mr. Tokunbo Abiru, a former Executive Director of First Bank Plc and the immediate

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Have a Zoom-ry Christmas 

    Have a Zoom-ry Christmas 

BY CHIDO NWAKANMA In line with the character of the year, 2020 is ending in an unusual tenor. Across the

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Moving EndSARS movement from protests to power

    Moving EndSARS movement from protests to power

BY IBRAHIM FARUK In July 2020, The Guardian, in an article predicted that protests were set to surge globally as

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A decade of impunity and inaction

    A decade of impunity and inaction

BY NETSANET BELAY On 18 November 2010, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) opened a preliminary examination into

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