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    One Year After #EndSARS — But No Lessons Learnt, By Fredrick Nwabufo

    October 2020 is a watershed in Nigeria’s revolutionary history. It is a time that evokes courage, trepidation, solemnity, and despair. Nigerian consciences across divides...

    There is no ‘insecurity’ in Nigeria by Tony Ogunlowo

    Nigeria has recently been voted for as one of the safest countries in the world to live in. It has a zero-crime rate and...

    Still On Boosting Nigeria’s cybersecurity By Mukhtar Ya’u Madobi

    About 20million cases of cyber breach were recorded in March 2021. As such cyberattacks have been adjudged as the fifth top rated risk in 2020...

    #ENDSARS: Why Northern Youths Must Rise Now! By Kunle Wizeman Ajayi

    Two limitations debarred the full blown victory of the Great #EndSARS: the Workers' absence; and the lack of its spread accross the whole country,...

    False Claims Ahead Regarding Tinubu And Vp Osinbajo

    There are plans by agent provocateurs to spill penchant lies meant to cause disaffection between the Vice President Prof Yemi Osinbajo and Asiwaju Bola...

    Analytical Perspective Of Osun 2022 Budget

    By Wale Bolorunduro THE budget’s name is apt, as a budget of sustainable development. An increase of about 15 percent over 2021 budget is moderate and...

    Nigeria: A Year On, No Justice for #EndSARS Crackdown

    Prosecute Those Responsible for Abusing Protesters ABUJA, Nigeria, October 19, 2021/ -- The victims are still awaiting justice a year after security forces violently suppressed...

    Of Serial Critics and Government Intervention in Roads in Oyo State by Olamide Olorundare

    In his newsletter of September 23, 2021, HE, Governor Seyi Makinde made this statement, “I am not politically naïve. I am aware that not...

    Lai Mohammed A Liar And A Thief? By Farooq Kperogi

    Lai Mohammed’s notoriety as a compulsive and inveterate liar is already secure and unchallengeable, but the normally reticent governor of Kwara State, Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq,...

    Nigeria’s phone blackout: Counting the economic cost By Sanusi Suleiman Muhammad

    Following the Nigerian Communications Commission’s (NCC) official direction to telecommunication operators to shutdown services in Zamfara, Katsina and Sokoto states, as part of measures...

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