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As we await Jega’s ‘not too perfect’ elections

By Peter Claver Oparah I do not know what was probably on the mind of Attahiru Jega, the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) recently when he warned Nigerians not to expect perfect elections in 2015. I am…

Naira nosedives but why?

By Emeka Chiakwelu Naira the currency of Nigeria that has been known for a while for its stability has experienced a level of weakest that injected a little panic at Forex market and Central Bank of Nigeria. The quick depreciation…

Cry, my beloved country

By Dele Olowu In Nigeria, watching the mighty fall from high office has become an intriguing spectator sport. The loss of incumbency produces grist for gossip, and an opportunity to gloat on the reported meanness, of the individual, who has…

Cannibalism versus civilized ethos

By Abdullahi Musa Peoples Daily newspaper had cause to write (Feb. 18) on the rampant cases of cannibalism that occur in various parts of the country. It cited as an example a hotel in the South-east where a piece of…

Talba: Yobe’s rising moon

By Hassan Alhaji Hassan The Yobe climate seems to dry for us in the wake of an ominous cloud of leadership looming over the young, whose growth is not as fast as we envisaged more than a decade now. But…

Defamation: Daughter drops suit against step mother

By Anthony Okosun As Nigeria has embarked on wholesale privatization and liberalization of the economy, and massive capital from around the globe is flowing in from investors around the world, it is very important that laws be put in place…