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Opinion - On the details of recovered loot

Opinion - On the details of recovered loot

    By Editorial Board   When Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, made good the promise of President Muhammadu Buhari to release the details of money and other …

Par The Guardian, le 5 juillet 2016
Made in China, counterfeited for Nigeria

Made in China, counterfeited for Nigeria

    By Debo Adesina   President Muhammadu Buhari could not have picked a better place for his next stop on what many Nigerians have begun to see as a …

Par The Guardian, le 26 avril 2016
NIGERIA - Buhari to Nigerians: I won’t fail you, don’t lose faith in my administration

NIGERIA - Buhari to Nigerians: I won’t fail you, don’t lose faith in my administration

    President Muhammadu Buhari has assured Nigerians that his government will deliver on its promised change. In his Easter Message Saturday, the president thanked Nigerians for being patient with …

Par Premium Times, le 28 mars 2016
The Made in Nigeria campaign

The Made in Nigeria campaign

  By Reuben Abati     THERE has been renewed talk lately about the need for Nigerians to patronise locally made goods, (someone should have added… and services!). Championed by …

Par The Guardian, le 23 février 2016
NIGERIA - Buhari’s headache

NIGERIA - Buhari’s headache

  By Yakubu Mohammed   THE President has headache. That is the heart-rending news from Addis Ababa in far away Ethiopia. President Muhammadu Buhari himself did the diagnosis. Judging from …

Par The Guardian, le 4 février 2016
NIGERIA - Buhari’s Presentation  Of 2016 Budget To The National Assembly ( Full Text )

NIGERIA - Buhari’s Presentation Of 2016 Budget To The National Assembly ( Full Text )

    PROTOCOLS   I am honoured and privileged to present the 2016 Budget proposal. This is my first address before this joint session of the National Assembly. I have …

Par TELL, le 23 décembre 2015
NIGERIA - Chibok Girls: Unnumbered, Unnamed … Un-remembered By Ayo Obe

NIGERIA - Chibok Girls: Unnumbered, Unnamed … Un-remembered By Ayo Obe

Thursday the 27th of August 2015 marks 500 days since the abduction of 276 schoolgirls from the Government Secondary School at Chibok in Borno State.

Par Sahara Reporters, le 27 août 2015
OPINION - Should everyone go to university ?

OPINION - Should everyone go to university ?

    I AM aware that by the time this article is published, I will most probably be inundated with emails asking me to clarify my position. So I will …

Par Vanguard, le 8 juillet 2015
Of xenophobia and a quest for African renaissance

Of xenophobia and a quest for African renaissance

  THE just-abating xenophobic attacks on fellow Africans by their South African hosts are not only barbaric, but also destructive to the ties that bind brothers and sisters across the …

Par The Guardian, le 28 avril 2015
Nigerians Must Forgive Buhari’s Past, Laureate Soyinka Says

Nigerians Must Forgive Buhari’s Past, Laureate Soyinka Says

    Africa’s first Nobel laureate for literature, Wole Soyinka, said Nigerians must show a Nelson Mandela-like ability to forgive president-elect Muhammadu Buhari’s past as an iron-fisted military ruler. “I …

Par Wole Soyinka, le 4 avril 2015
Nigerians grope in the dark

Nigeria Nigerians grope in the dark

LAGOS – Intractable: that’s what Nigeria’s electricity supply problem has been for decades now. The current electricity capacity of the world’s most populous black nation is an abysmal 3,500 megawatts, …

Par Tokunbo Olajide, le 22 décembre 2014