President Jonathan: Clearing the Rots in Oil Sector

By ifeanyi Nwabugu    08035292549 Despite some genuine complaints by some  elements in the country, evidence are bounds that Nigerians had breathe a sigh of relief in the oil sector since

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7.4 Billion – What Delta State Could Do With It

By Eddy Aghanenu The Delta State Government recently awarded a contract for the demolition of certain hills in Asaba International Airport. The demolition of the hills will enable the presidential

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Mr. NSA, You Got It Wrong! Leave Politics for Politicians

By DANIEL IDONOR For the tactical but timely intervention of President Goodluck Jonathan, the public outburst by the National Security Adviser, NSA, Mr Andrew Owoeye Azazi, was to become the

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Abuja, Corruption is Your Name

By Ochereome Nnanna ABUJA is possibly the most corrupt capital on earth. That is my own layman’s conclusion in view of the unending torrents of news about mind-bending looting of

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Steve Oronsaye, Omoigui-Okauru: Tribute to Excellence

By Tunde Asaju This week, we look at two eminent Nigerian reformers who do not parade the foreign credentials being used to blackmail us into silence today but whose reform

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FAAN and its Arrogant Abuse of Agreements

By Gboyega Adeoye The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), a serial repudiator of agreements with its contractors and concessionaires, has again come into full glare of the whole world. 

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Uduaghan Help, as Kidnap Terror Reigns

By Mr Kenneth Orusi Kidnapping as the name implies is the abduction of person(s) for the purpose of receiving a ransom for their release. Over the years, this phenomenon has

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