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Editorial

Super Eagles World Cup Quest: A Metaphor For National Unity

On the 29th of March, the Super Eagles of Nigeria will once again lock horns with West African neighbors and rival the Black Stars of Ghana in what is a win or go-home match-up in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria. The...

The Pathetic Conditions Of Workers In Present Day Nigeria

Every Nigerian has a survival story, no doubt. The same conditions that you'd think will break a Nigerian are most times the conditions that make a Nigerian. Probably because a typical Nigerian is made strong by adversity. But everyone has a...

Bamise And The Untold Stories Of Dismembered Bodies

The gruesome murder of 22-year-old Bamise Ayanwole still hovers on the rooftop of every major and minor news platform in Nigeria. The feeling of losing a young, vibrant and hardworking Nigerian youth has left every human heart with a conscience psychologically traumatized. It reminds us...

Fuel Scarcity And Its Effects On The Nation

When the Nigerian government announced the elimination of fuel subsidies in exchange for a N5000-per-month transportation grant for the poorest Nigerians in November 2021, fuel scarcity crisis informally began. Consequently, the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority announced earlier...

Will The Electoral Bill Break The Tide?

Just recently, the president of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, signed the electoral bill after much consultations and pleadings. Since 2015, President Muhammadu Buhari has declined signing the electoral bill for a number of times with a series of excuses....

Fuel Scarcity And ASUU Strike: Is There An End In Sight?

Two events that have become customary without timelines are the 'annual' unofficial break Nigerian students get to enjoy once or twice in their degree programs, and the usual long queues in filling stations, all over the nation as a...

Bribery And Corruption: Will The Sad, Age-Long Story Of Nigeria Ever End?

It is sad to note that a country so richly blessed in natural and human resources still has more than 70 per cent of its populace surviving on less than a dollar per day. In present day Nigeria, the average Nigerian...

Unchecked Blood Letting: When Will This End?

The record of 407 killed, 332 kidnapped across 72 different attacks is enough to send cold shivers down the spine of even the bravest and, as worrisome as that may sound, these killings have become a norm over time. The above...

Who To Vote For In The 2023 Elections

The third year of every democratic administration ushers in a lot of things for the people in that country/state. We see it as a time that heralds the birth of the leaders to take over power in the next tenure....

2023 Elections: The Nigeria We Want And The Choices We Have To Make

The Nigeria of yesterday, the Nigeria of today and the Nigeria we are going to wake up to tomorrow, are all a realization of the choices we have made and the ones we are yet to make. The gong is...
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