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Edo guber: People’s power, godfatherism vs gunboat democracy?

    Edo guber: People’s power, godfatherism vs gunboat democracy?

BY PAUL OBI “…They said if you don’t vote, you get the government you deserve, and if you do, you never get the results you expected.” – E.A. Bucchianeri Nigeria’s

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International Microorganism Day: When will Nigeria recognise the potential of microbiology?

    International Microorganism Day: When will Nigeria recognise the potential of microbiology?

Today’s International Microorganism Day is celebrated by countries that understand the importance of microbes, one of nature’s smallest but important entities. Sadly, Nigeria is a bystander in the fanfare to

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Idumuje-Ugboko: A town awaiting return of peace

    Idumuje-Ugboko: A town awaiting return of peace

BY JOSEPH SOLOTAN Idumuje-Ugboko, an agrarian ancient kingdom in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State, may not command immediate name recognition outside the oil-rich state, but the community

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Re: Open letter to Kwara governor on state’s civil service

    Re: Open letter to Kwara governor on state’s civil service

BY MAGAJI ABDULKADIR A few days ago, a fellow purporting to be a retired civil servant wrote an open letter to the Governor of Kwara State on the alleged pitiable

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Open letter to Kwara governor on state’s civil service (1)

    Open letter to Kwara governor on state’s civil service (1)

BY OLAROUNGBE YUSUF  I’m writing as a retired civil servant who had served at the federal and state level. In

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COVID-19 disruptions and use of technology in elections: Lessons for West Africa

    COVID-19 disruptions and use of technology in elections: Lessons for West Africa

BY UDO JUDE ILO AND AYISHA OSORI A season of disruptions Elections under COVID-19 present countries across the world with

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Birthed in integrity, the enduring legacy of Captain ‘Hosa

    Birthed in integrity, the enduring legacy of Captain ‘Hosa

BY SUFUYAN OJEIFO Forbes’ “Best of Africa” award conferred on business mogul, chairman and director of many topnotch companies, including

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Africa: Bridging the gap between religious and knowledge economy

    Africa: Bridging the gap between religious and knowledge economy

BY ABUBAKAR JIMOH Blessed with abundant human and natural resources, Africa is often referred to as the poverty centre of

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The end of oil

    The end of oil

BY AMINA ADO A year ago, no one thought that within six months the world will be thrown into chaos

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The menace of visiting banks amid COVID-19

    The menace of visiting banks amid COVID-19

BY OLUSANYA ANJORIN The nation’s lenders are sufficiently integrated with the society and cannot be separated from other sectors like

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