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Examining Policy Inconsistency’s Devastating Impact On Economy

Examining Policy Inconsistency’s Devastating Impact On Economy

The usual posturing by senior officials of the government, painting the economy in a rossy state is over. The current realities aptly captured in facts and figures through regular economic reports by the National Bureau…

FCT Police, Crackdown On Bandits, Kidnappers

FCT Police, Crackdown On Bandits, Kidnappers

A few months ago, kidnapping activities seemingly gained momentum, especially at the suburbs of the Federal Capital Territory. The kidnappers who were operating mainly from the bushes and rocky terrains, created panic and made life…

Inspiring Hope For Children With Special Needs

Inspiring Hope For Children With Special Needs

“I was confused when I was asked to design the mask I was given to wear earlier. It felt amazing to be told my mask turned out to be one of the best. Even when…

Strikes: Fixing Defective Triggers To Avert Recurrence

Strikes: Fixing Defective Triggers To Avert Recurrence

I n the estimation of the Organised Private Sector of Nigeria (OPSN) members, Nigeria’s economy lost a whopping $2 billion, equivalent to N3 trillion to a day work shut down on a joint directive by…

CBN Reassures Bank Customers Of Funds’ Safety

CBN Reassures Bank Customers Of Funds’ Safety

Citing speculation about the stability of some Nigerian banks in the wake of Heritage Bank Plc’s licence revocation, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has reassured the banking public of the safety of their deposits…

WED: Time To Plant More Trees

WED: Time To Plant More Trees

The World Environment Day is a day dedicated to fostering global awareness and action for the protection of the environment. The event which is celebrated on the 5th day of June every year serves as…

Flood: Community Panics, Cries Out For Help

Flood: Community Panics, Cries Out For Help

The Kobi community, a rural settlement in Guzape District of the Federal Capital Territory could be said to be privileged as it is actually situated in one of the highbrow areas of Abuja. The community,…

Bridging Gap Of Poverty Via Renewed Hope Initiative

Bridging Gap Of Poverty Via Renewed Hope Initiative

I am here also as a Nigerian to support President Bola Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda for the country. “With the Renewed Hope Initiative (RHI), we shall assist the vulnerable groups; we shall try to see…

Towards Credible Elections, Improved Democracy In Nigeria

Towards Credible Elections, Improved Democracy In Nigeria

The conduct of elections free from violence or irregularities has been a mirage in Nigeria. Election after election, Nigerians have continued to hope for a better process that would produce leaders who are truly the…

Children’s Day: Keeping 60-year-old Tradition Alive

Children’s Day: Keeping 60-year-old Tradition Alive

In Nigeria, Children’s Day Celebration said to have started since May 27, 1964, has become one of the undying traditions. However, after six decades the tradition seems to have substantially lost its energy and relevance.…