Opinion

Buhari did not lie to Mr. Trump

On Tuesday the 8th of September, 2020 at a scheduled ministerial retreat in Abuja, President Muhammadu Buhari strove to score a debating point; he sought to set the tone for the day’s agenda The post Buhari did not lie to Mr. Trump appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – …

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Pull Nigeria back on track

What do men do when a train derails? When a train derails, efforts are made, using suitable equipment, to pull it out of the ditch back onto the track. Except this is done, the train will remain crippled The post Pull Nigeria back on track appeared first on The Guardian …

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Intellectual property law and regulations: A review

Intellectual property is an asset, a creation of the mind, a unique ingenuity belonging to the owner who is like a creator. It could be in form of trademarks, patents, designs, or copyrights. The post Intellectual property law and regulations: A review appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News – …

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The other side of Osun State Governor Oyetola

By Ismail Omipidan   TODAY, Tuesday, September 29, 2020, is the 66th birthday of my Principal, Adegboyega Oyetola. To celebrate him, I have elected to speak about a few of his attributes as a leader. Interestingly, those attributes, one of which is the fact that running a State in a …

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Independence in retrospect

By Irodia Lucky SIR: We have for the past six decades been celebrating our ‘independence’ without a historical retrospect of the nation before October 1, 1960. I differ from this general concept having realized that Nigeria actually lost her independence on October 1, 1960. Nigeria had been an independent country …

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Who Is The Dumbest: Buhari Or Osinbajo? By Bayo Oluwasanmi

Bayo Oluwasanmi As we approach the October 1 nationwide peaceful rally, we are succumbing to the tragic evils of dictatorship in a representative democracy. The newest jolt to an angry, divided, and fragile nation is the plan by General Muhammadu Buhari to kill the October 1 peaceful rally. If there’s …

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Beyond A Reversal Of Petroleum And Electricity Price Increases: Towards An End To A Reign Of Waste And Brigandage! By Gbenga Komolafe

The Nigerian labour movement with full collaboration of hundreds of other progressive organizations in the country including the Coalition for Revolution (CORE), the Joint Action Front (JAF), Alliance for Surviving Covid-19 and Beyond (ASCAB) as well as the Federation of Informal Workers’ Organizations of Nigeria (FIWON), have resolved to embark …

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Nigeria @ 60 – Still a crawling baby

Ademola Orunbon SIR: Nigeria, a country of diverse nationalities, cultures, religions and values has defied all doomsday predictions to remain a united nation. This is enough reason for self-congratulation and hope of a better future. On balance, however, there is little to celebrate about Nigeria at 60. As the depressing …

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