May 31, 2023
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By Clement Adeyi Dr Bolaji Akinyemi is the Founder and President of Apostolic Round Table (ART), a Non-Governmental Organisation in the vanguard of advocacy for good governance. In this interview, he bares his mind on the ongoing debates on and clamour for the Senate Presidency. While several factors, including the recent presidential election votes and […]Continue Reading
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Key Points: NIREC has averted crises in Nigeria, but intervening and engaging parties to conflicts Greed is responsible for religious conflicts in Nigeria Many Christians don’t know much about Islam; and vice versa… Why we have religious crisis in Nigeria Amnesty for terrorists: We must learn from Aghanistan’s ugly experience How NIREC speaks truth to […]Continue Reading
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By Daniel Adaji Hajia Bintu Ali, a 53-year-old mother of ten, fled to the Abuja Area One Internally Displaced People (IDP) camp for refuge after a deadly Boko Haram attack in her community in Gwoza local government area, Borno state. Everyone fled for safety. Many persons were killed, and several others are missing to date. […]Continue Reading
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Kaduna residents have turned to petrol filling stations for salvation in their desperate search for cash to satisfy their pressing needs, reports the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). This development is sequel to scarcity of cash in Automated Teller Machines (ATM) of most banks in the metropolis, just as PoS operators have closed shop for […]Continue Reading
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By Daniel Adaji On the average, the number of youths with PVCs is 40 million, a figure that is higher than the number of votes cast in any of the presidential elections since 1999.   If the majority of Nigerian youths who are registered voters would march to their polling units to cast their votes […]Continue Reading
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Players in the 2023 political game are agitated at former President Obasanjo’s New Year letter to youths, but multiple data prove  that Obasanjo was nationalistic by writing it. By Theophilus Abbah, PhD Key points: Media focus contributed to the misreading of Obasanjo’s letter to youth Youths, who constitute to highest voting population, suffer from bad […]Continue Reading
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Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, is expected to literarily come alive on Thursday as former President Goodluck Jonathan and other top dignitaries converge on the city for the public presentation of The Letterman, a book on the ‘secret’ letters of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo. The book, written by the Editor-in-Chief of Premium Times, Musikilu Mojeed, will be Continue Reading
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 By Daniel Adaji Claim: On Wednesday, September 21, 2022, Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State, in an interview on Arise TV, claimed that he was up-to-date with salaries payment in the state. He also claimed that his administration did not owe any civil servant salaries. According to him, “Most times… we question and query these […]Continue Reading
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By Balogun Ibrahim The seemingly ingrained tendency for human beings to so easily forget their antecedents, repay evil for good and seek to destroy those God chose to use as their benefactors never ceases to amaze me. As a passionate member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), I am saddened at the concerted, coordinated and […]Continue Reading
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By Daniel Adaji Despite the turbulence being encountered by airlines in Nigeria due to the scarcity and high cost of aviation fuel, foreign exchange,  and the increasing cost of operation, the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), the apex regulatory authority, has beefed up surveillance activities on operating airlines to ensure no operators engaged in under-cutting Continue Reading