Opinion

Primitive thinking – Anointing, nepotism and cronyism

Beset by entrenched tribalism, nepotism, and favoritism, the chokehold of primitive thinking on Nigeria is one of the most asphyxiating in the world. The post Primitive thinking – Anointing, nepotism and cronyism appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News. Read More

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Nigeria’s mono-economy conundrum

At a time when coronavirus no longer thundered from Wuhan but rumbled all over the continents, at a time when the world is awash with oil glut, and traders are quickly running out of places to put it The post Nigeria’s mono-economy conundrum appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News …

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Kaduna State and its APPEALS

By Mainasara Aminu It is clear that Governor Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai is working literally like a big bull-dozer to revitalize Kaduna State in many respects. Some aspects – such as unprecedented urban renewal works and comprehensive rehabilitation of schools and hospitals – stand out because they are happening in public …

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El-Rufai, Zazzau Emirate, And Injustice By Dr Nasir Aminu

Dr Nasir Aminu Every human alive should be grateful to live in this twenty-first century—a century that has freed humans from slavery, tyranny, and all other forms of medieval imperfections. We should also be grateful to our democratic system and the existing arms of government for creating limited powers to …

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Dissecting Bukola Saraki’s homecoming in Kwara

By Alabi Olayemi Abdulrazak Former Senate President Bukola Saraki breezed into Ilorin, the capital city of Kwara State, on Saturday November 14. The day coincided with the eight-year anniversary of the death of his father, Senator Olusola Saraki. Senator Bukola Saraki’s arrival came a day after his sister, Senator Gbemisola …

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Help, Abuja electricity DISCO is extorting us!

Sir: It is unfortunate to have dishonest people in the power sector and by extension, in the leadership positions in Nigeria. No matter the protest and the demonstration of anger against their evils… The post Help, Abuja electricity DISCO is extorting us! appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – …

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Dissecting Bukola Saraki’s homecoming in Kwara

By Alabi Olayemi Abdulrazak   Former Senate President Bukola Saraki breezed into Ilorin, the capital city of Kwara State, on Saturday November 14. The day coincided with the eight-year anniversary of the death of his father, Senator Olusola Saraki. Senator Bukola Saraki’s arrival came a day after his sister, Senator …

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COVID-19: How prepared is Nigeria for second wave?

By Emmanuel Oladesu This rare year is coming to an end. But, the pestilence that is ravaging the world is not abating. Covid-19 pandemic is growing in leaps and bounds and claiming more victims. It is still threatening to swallow humanity. Six countries in Europe have imposed lockdown, following the …

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Buhari’s Legacy Of Recessions By Fredrick Nwabufo

Fredrick Nwabufo ‘Why always Buhari?’ As it was in 1984 under General Buhari, so it is in 2016 and 2020 under President Buhari? Is it by the unfortunate hands of kismet that recession hits Nigeria every time Buhari takes charge of the country’s affairs? If the recession of the 80s …

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Governor Sanwo-Olu: Victim Or Villain? By Lekan Lawani

The sad events of November 20, 2020 have come and gone. The slain and the wounded #ENDSARS Protesters and there families are left to bear the burden of loss of their wounded and dead young ones. The real question is “What really happened?” This question continues to beg for correct …

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