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Nigerian Railways; Privatization and Malawi’s Example

‘There are books to teach you how to build a house, how to repair engines, how to cook a meal. But I have not...

The Constitutional Crisis in Kogi

Since Nigeria’s return to civilian rule in 1999, Deputy Governors have always tended to have issues with their bosses, that is the Governors, and...
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A Touch of Plagiarism: The Nazari Precedent

The academy is filled with wonder.  There are professors who cannot teach.  There are associate professors who cannot write.  There are tenured academics who...

Somalia: Flood Drowns 3, Sacks 182000 People, Disrupts Livelihoods, Destroys Farmland, Roads

A rampaging flood has displaced over 182,000 people in Somalia, destroyed farmland, infrastructure and roads as well as disrupted livelihoods in some of the worst-hit...
Sowore, Kanu and Price of Ingratitude

Can Erstwhile Biafrans Pray With Yakubu Gowon at 85?

“Faith by itself, if it does not have (good) works, is dead” - Holy Bible Somebody once wrote about the Nigeria wartime head of state General...

2023 And The Ndigbo Question

After the leadership elections of the ninth national assembly in June, one fact stuck out like the proverbial sore thumb — not a single...
ILO’s Landmark Celebration

Gainful Employment Most Reliable Way Of Escaping Poverty, ILO Chief Says

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) Regional Director for Africa, , says gainful employment is still the most reliable way of escaping poverty. But, access...

Let us break something in Nigeria

I know from experience that criticisms, even apparently destructive criticisms, are helpful to government—Lateef Jakande, former governor of Lagos state When Houston energy worker...
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Unlevelled Fields: Brexit, Workers’ Rights and the Environment

The smorgasbord of Brexit terms has been further plated up with the latest acronym: the WAB or Withdrawal Agreement Bill.  It comes in at...

Poverty: Africa Leads The World With Highest Working Rate Of 39%

Many of the countries with the highest working poverty rates in the world are in Africa, which overall has a working poverty rate of 39% for youth,...

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