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The Case for Privatization of NNPC

From By Odilim Enwegbara Private ownership of businesses has been as old as the human civilisation. And there has never been any great economy without an army of private business owners. Why not so when private ownership of enterprises is always better than state ownership because unlike state ownership, they …

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President Buhari’s June 12 Address

REMARKS BY HIS EXCELLENCY MUHAMMADU BUHARI PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA AT THE COMMEMORATION AND INVESTITURE HONOURING THE HEROES OF JUNE 12 1993 WEDNESDAY 12TH JUNE, 2018   Today, I am very happy to be present and to preside over the Commemoration and Investiture, marking the formal official …

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Fasting in the Month of Ramadan

I wish to use this medium to welcome the Muslim faithful to this holy month of Ramadan.Non Muslims may through this medium understand the import of this month to the faithful Meaning of Fasting Fasting means to worship Allah by abstaining from pleasure, with intention to please Him. As a …

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A GRASSROOTS’ MANIFESTO FOR A GREATER NIGERIA  

  By Professor Iyorwuese Hagher INTRODUCTION I am Iyorwuese Hagher. I have a dream of being the next Nigerian president in 2019 that will, by God’s power, usher in Nigeria’s golden age of prosperity for all. I hold this self-evident truth that no country can survive if it is not built …

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Full Text of President Buhari’s Democracy Day Broadcast

Address by Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in commemoration of the 2018 Democracy Day celebration, Tuesday, 29th May, 2018 My Dear Nigerians! Today marks the 19th year of our nascent democracy and the 3rd Anniversary of this administration. I am thankful to Almighty God for bringing …

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The Al-Makura Magic in Ekiti

  By Yakubu Lamai From time immemorial the towering position of Ado-Ekiti in the North-Eastern territory of Yorubaland has been anchored on the belief that Ado people possess the natural trait of being tough and fearless. Legend has it that “It is in the genes of Ado-Ekiti people to be …

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Adebayo Adedeji and Africa’s Ideology of Development

  By Dr. Tunji Olaopa The world recently lost a colossal intellectual figure. The name of Professor Adebayo Adedeji resounds in critical places across the globe where issues of regionalism, economic ideologies, engaged public administration and national and continental development constitute discourses that affect and transform lives, especially if these …

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