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    Is The NASS Ready For Change?

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    Throughout history, change has remained a permanent feature in the affairs of men/women and nations. Change is the reason mankind has advanced in various areas – technology, science, education, governance, agriculture and numerous other endeavours. In Nigeria, we as citizens have been at the forefront clamouring for change from the corrupt and inept ways of…

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    Buhari And The Challenge Of Anti-graft War

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    Until recently when former military governor of Kaduna State and a close political ally of President Muhammadu Buhari, Col. Jafaru Isa (retd) was arrested by the EFCC for alleged corruption, the PDP had made it appear as if the administration’s anti-graft war centred around their own members. They spawned the idea that the war was…

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    Buhari Shifts Gear With Anti-corruption Bill

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    President Muhammadu Buhari recently made a proactive move in the fight against corruption by submitting a Money Laundering Prevention and Prohibition Bill 2016 and the Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Bill 2016 to the National Assembly. The intention of the bill is to be part of the overall efforts by the Buhari administration to…

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    Exploring New Frontiers In Nigeria’s Foreign Policy

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    For the doubting Thomases who still question the foreign policy direction of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, the recent trip by Mr. President to the United Arab Emirate where a range of bilateral agreements were signed between Nigeria and UAE signposts a new paradigm shift. Recall that in the era of the cold war between the…

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    Buhari As The ‘Moses’ Of Our Time

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    As the Biblical Moses who became a circumstantial leader of the Israelites on account of their suffering under the ancient Egypt, President Muhammadu Buhari has emerged as another interventionist leader in the annals of Nigeria’s history. Circumstantial or interventionist leaders are those that are thrown up whenever a country such as Nigeria finds herself at…

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  • Why Anti-graft War Must Succeed

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    It is no longer news that there are so many problems confronting Nigeria as a country, most of which President Muhammadu Buhari has attributed to the corruption in the system. Across the country, poverty continues to ravage the people, unemployment among youths, lack of adequate medical care; hooliganism and general discontentment among the people are…

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  • As The Giant Wakes Up From Its Slumber

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    Once again Nigeria is reasserting its leadership position in the West African sub region. Most students of international relations will recall that Africa remained the centrepiece of Nigeria’s foreign policy, and the West African sub region was Nigeria’s sphere of influence and control. In the days of yore, we had foreign affairs gurus like Chief…

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  • Helping Government To Create Jobs

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    Over the years, lack of basic skills among Nigerian youths and indeed most other job seekers has posed one of the greatest impediments to addressing the perennial unemployment problems in the country. In most cases, the preference for the elusive white-collar jobs by job seekers has tended to exacerbate, rather than ameliorate, the problem. Developed…

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