Daily Archives: November 28, 2020

Crisis and survival of Nigeria’s poultry industry: A critical moment

By Ezekiel Ibrahim   THE poultry industry in Nigeria is a rare success story in the commercialisation of agriculture. It is a completely private sector driven subsector of the Nigeria economy with a contribution of over 25 percent to the Agricultural Gross Domestic Product (AGDP) of the national economy. The …

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Right and wrong

  Comments   The Senate President is right that the chamber is crucial to federalism. But he is wrong on the National Assembly’s drain on common resources   ON the centrality of the Senate to the federal doctrine, Dr. Ahmad Lawan, president of Nigeria’s 9th Senate, is spot on: scrapping …

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Who would a husband defend, his wife or the mistress

Lately, I’d been regaling Dolapo, a former colleague’s FWB (friends with benefits) of decades, with tales of the escapades of some of my darling friends in recent months – especially in the last few weeks when a couple of them had virtually burnt their fingers with the spouses of their …

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In addition to unity discourse

Ropo Sekoni   NIGERIA is one country that is neurotically jealous of its unity. Political leaders use the word with relish while protesters dance with the national flag while complaining about what they find to be substandard about the country’s law enforcement. No other country that I know of acts …

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How to really care for journalists

Lekan Otufodunrin   ONE of the ways I spend quality time online is to find out more about organizations I am not familiar with locally and globally. I take out time to learn from the unique programmes and activities of organizations similar to my areas of interest which is largely …

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