• Issues In Nationhood : Welcome Corporate Manslaughter Law

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    When the Senate passed the “Bill for an Act to Make Provisions Creating the Offence of Corporate Manslaughter and for Matters Incidental Thereto, last month, the ovation that greeted it was understandable. Besides, the emotional attachment to its sponsor, late Senator Akpor Pius Ewherido, who died in June, many feel relief has come the way…

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  • Again We Salute The Girl Child

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    There are about 1.1 billion girls today around the globe. This is, according to the United Nations Women publication. The issue of girl child marriage dominates this year’s discuss on the girl and from the emphasis on the issue, it is assumed to be the singular most important factor militating against progress of the girl…

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  • That Change Begins With Me

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    Nigerians are an interesting lot. The closer home this fight against corruption gets the more divergent and belligerent we get. I was with some friends the other day when the talk naturally swung in that one unavoidable direction and wait for this! In trying to buttress a point someone asked if President Buhari could stand…

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  • That Change Begins With Me

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    Nigerians are an interesting lot. The closer home this fight against corruption gets the more divergent and belligerent we get. I was with some friends the other day when the talk naturally swung in that one unavoidable direction and wait for this! In trying to buttress a point someone asked if President Buhari could stand…

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  • The Change That Must Be

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    The crisis rocking the nation right now is at best tragi-comedy, an absurdity all sane Nigerians are struggling to comprehend or digest. The Dasukigate or arms funds scandal is way out of anyone’s league, it seems almost impossible to accept or believe that a handful of individuals entrusted with our patrimony decided to betray that…

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  • Curbing Nigeria’s Personal Sector

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    Safiya M. Adamu Issues In Nationhood This piece was written by Soji Apampa, a friend I hold in high esteem sometime back and I thought it just apt for today because of the message gleamed from the presidential maiden media chat. This piece for me, it’s a prelude to my next articles for the coming…

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  • Let The Journey Begin

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    The March 28th 2015 presidential polls have come and gone leaving in its wake surprises and hundred feet high levels of expectations. To me the biggest and real winners are the people of Nigeria, it was their feat and the sweet taste of victory palpable in the air was excusable. But this is not the…

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  • Curbing Nigeria’s Personal Sector

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    The personal sector is defined as that part of the economy made up of individuals and their incomes and expenditures, as opposed to those of private or public sector entities. It is arguable that this invisible sector is the largest since it is made up solely of the same individuals to be found in the…

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  • Who Will Minister At Buhari’s New Shrine?

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    Nigeria is a corporatist society – one in which the direction of State Policy is determined by the resultant of interests of the groups from politics, military, religion, traditional establishments, labour, business, civil society and so on, that manage to capture the State. The emergence of Muhammadu Buhari has threatened that status quo as it…

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