APC Leadership, Not Sagay, Is The Real ‘Rogue Elephant’

By Godwin Onyeacholem I met Professor Itse Sagay for the first and only time thus far one evening in the early 1990s. It was at his office in the law

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Punch Newspaper – When A Pen Becomes A Piper

The saying goes that the pen is mightier than the sword; but those must be pens that scribble in alignment with the ethos of pen-pushing and the principles of truth

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Matters Arising Over The Revocation Of Concession Of Lagos Trade Fair Complex

By Sisaa Agboh The once burgeoning Lagos International Trade Fair Complex (LITFC) has been in the news lately for the wrong reasons. It is apt to address the dog whistle

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Malami, Magu And The Blues Of Anti-Corruption War

By Godwin Onyeacholem Much as both labour to put up gestures suggesting cordiality, truth is there is no love lost between them. And interestingly, the one thing that came between

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Africa’s Must-do, Can-do Decade

By LI Yong, Director General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) (www.unido.org)  Since 2000 the continent of Africa has recorded impressive rates of economic growth. This remarkable performance

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Industrial Energy Efficiency: Picking The Low-Hanging Fruit

By LI Yong (DG,UNIDO) Across the globe, industry is a large consumer of energy. Today the industrial sector accounts for almost 40% of the world’s total final energy consumption. And,

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Obi Did Not Say That He Will Fight With The Last Drop Of His Blood

I read what was reported in the Punch Newspaper of today by Mr. Tony Okafor, that the former Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Peter Obi said he would fight the

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Nigeria In Search For Another Jay Jay Okocha

Bunmi Blair Great footballers don’t just appear from nowhere, the best footballers in the world be it Neymar, Mbape, Leo Messi, or Cristiano Ronaldo learned their trades at various football

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Buhari Beware Of el-Rufai!

BY RICHARD AKINNOLA Two days ago, Nasir El Rufai said he warned PMB not to appoint Aisha Alhassan as a minister as she could not be trusted. El Rufai talking

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Wanted: A Restructuring Of Minds

By FEMI ADESINA Hearing some Nigerians speak (whether based at home or in the Diaspora) you discern that they are “in the gall of bitterness and in the bondage of

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