Editorials

Inadequate

Editorial   THE Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) during its World Mental Health Day announced that Nigeria, a country of about 200 million people, has only 350 psychiatrists that specialise in mental health. This announcement, shocking as it is, should not come to any good observer of the Nigerian health sector …

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Unacceptable excuse

Editorial   THAT a player claims a yet-to-be-explored business model is “impossible” is not new. Nigeria’s earliest Telcos, Airtel (then Econet) and MTN, swore per-second billing was “impossible”. But then came Globacom, the third player, which made per-second billing its market-entry strategy — and the solid “wall of Jericho”, against …

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#EndSARS protests: Before it is too late!

It’S been 12 days of sustained nationwide street protests against police brutality under the aegis of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Last week’s reported dissolution of the wayward units and their replacement with the Special Weapon and Tactics.. The post #EndSARS protests: Before it is too late! appeared first on …

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Getting better

Editorial   With the way governorship elections proceeded recently in Edo and Ondo states, there are legitimate grounds for optimism that Nigeria is making gains with the quality of her electoral process. The governorship poll in Edo State, held on September 19, and that in Ondo State on October 10, …

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Left to flounder

Editorial   Whereas the tale of Nigeria’s botched industrial dreams easily qualifies for legendary, that of the paper industry can be said to emblematise one of the uglier faces of those structural distortions for which the nation’s economy is notorious. That appears to be at the heart of the summation …

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Buhari and teachers’ reward on earth

The recent boost in the teacher’s welfare package has attracted wide acclaim. It is a heartwarming and welcome development. The post Buhari and teachers’ reward on earth appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Read More

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Judges and female lawyers’ marital status

Some judges’ recent display of gender insensitivity by subjecting female lawyers to make a mandatory choice between the honorific titles ‘Mrs.’ or ‘Miss’ when they announce themselves in their courts The post Judges and female lawyers’ marital status appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. …

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Movement of the people

Editorial   When the protests to disband the dreaded Special Anti-Robbery unit of the Nigerian police Force started in Lagos and Abuja, not many in and out of government thought much would come out it. On the few previous occasions when protests were staged in the streets against government policies, …

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Time to go for concrete roads!

A recent suggestion by a leading player in the production of cement for the adoption of cement for road construction in Nigeria should not be treated as another flash in the pan The post Time to go for concrete roads! appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and …

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Data quality in credit bureau system

As the nation continues in its quest to ensure sustainable economic growth and prosperity for the populace, we cannot shy away from migrating to an economy driven The post Data quality in credit bureau system appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Read More

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