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60 Years After Independence Nigeria’s Energy Industry Hasn’t Realized Its Promise — But It’s Getting Closer

While getting Nigeria to the point where it can realize the full potential of its petroleum resources has been slow going, the country appears to be on the right track JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, September 30, 2020/ -- By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber On...

With 600 road projects, President Buhari sets unbeaten record

By GARBA SHEHU As we mark the 60th Anniversary Day, the record-setting, mega roadways infrastructure development projects by the Buhari administration numbering up to 600 that are undergoing major upgradation or rehabilitation call for public attention and appreciation. The size and magnitude of the road projects...

Ghana Xenophobia: Nigeria’s Foreign Policy Is Not Weak, It Is Non-existent

Famed journalist, Dele Momodu told The Punch in an interview published in Sunday's edition of the paper, that Nigeria's foreign policy was at its weakest ever and that President Buhari needs to practice diplomacy of reciprocity otherwise countries will exploit that weakness.Foreign policy in...

The new ACJL in Imo state and Frank Ugboma’s surugede dance

By Collins Ughalaa, KSC  Imo people were outraged last week when the contents of the new Imo State Administration of Criminal Justice Law Number 2 of 2020 became topical. The ISACJL is the domestication of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act 2015 as enacted by...

Edo, Ondo, The Frozen Daddy And Petrol Tales By Reuben Abati

“So this is how we will just adjust to the new fuel price at the petrol stations, and government will get away with the imposition of greater hardship on the people?” “No. Government is very clear. The fuel subsidy regime is not sustainable. The PPMC,...

Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka Unfounded Story: Should We Even Regulate This Social Media? By Justice Godfrey Okamgba

Honestly, you need to be a critical thinker to discern certain things in this volatile space called social media. Don't be too quick to agree and believe certain information, especially the sensitive ones. Always do your research. Dig deep and deeper. Research requires skill....

LETTER: Nigeria must get its act together

My first impression on reading Dianna Games’ article was: No! You don’t say? (“Shoprite exit shows Nigeria is not an easy place for business”, August 6). Let’s say it as it is — Nigeria is a difficult place to do business. Speaking up may...

Sanwo-Olu: Showing leadership during COVID-19 pandemic

By Gboyega Akosile Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s performance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Lagos is exemplary, considering what his administration has done in the last six months to ensure that the Centre of Excellence remains on top of the situation. Looking...

Economic Note: Adapalm, Ohaji in Imo State

By Steve Osuji I drove past this sprawling palm tree estate this weekend and as always, it evoked tears… Each time I visit this vast integrated palm plantation, probably the largest in Africa, I can’t help but get emotional. I am often troubled to tears at what...

It’s Time to Take it to The Next Level by Tony Ogunlowo

This it! The Whole world is going crazy and you need to prepare yourself to go through incredible tough times for a long time to come! You need to be more tougher than ever to see these troubled times through ( See my previous article ‘When...
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