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BETTY ANYANWU-AKEREDOLU FOUNDATION

To say the least, the past two weeks in Nigeria have been nothing short of a beehive of dramatic revelations which set off a cascade of unending discussions transcending the social media space into a seemingly united Calvary of patriotic Nigerian people, who had become too tired of the “business as usual syndrome” which is common among Nigerians. Whether it was the issue of alleged rape by a popular Nigerian pastor or some other more political issues, you would easily agree that every other day in Nigeria does not pass without one new topic for discussion.

Obiano's five years of exceptional performance

By James Eze

In five successive years, Anambra State has come under a dazzling shower of light. You may take this literally or figuratively. It means the same. Yes; in five years, Anambra’s motto –‘Light of the Nation’ has moved from a wishful slogan to a lived experience. You are Light of the Nation if you sent five secondary school girls to a technovation contest at the Silicon Valley in the US and they shoved aside countries like the US, Spain, China, Turkey and Uzbekistan to clinch the Gold Medal. Fact!

S’West APC, Osinkolu react as Fayemi emerges new NGF Chairman

SEGUN DIPE

“A great leader’s courage to fulfil his vision comes from passion, not position.”John Maxwell

The first 100 days in office took on symbolic significance during the first term in office of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States (1933-1945), and ever since, the period has been considered a benchmark to measure the early success of an administration.

Insurgency and Education In North East Nigeria

BASHIRU ADEWUNMI AGUNLOYE

The importance of education in any society, Nigeria inclusive, cannot be over emphasized. Education serves as a platform to impart knowledge and skills to make mankind a rational animal. Without Education humans they say “would not be rational to be able to differentiate between the rights and wrongs”.

LOUIS OKOROMA

As the 2019 elections draw near, the issue of how to create jobs for the teeming millions of young school leavers, graduates and adults in the country is taking center stage. Creating jobs and growing the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the mark of a sound economy and a sign that the government of the country is doing well. It is impossible for a sitting government to be acclaimed and seek re-election if millions of its citizens are out of jobs and if its GDP is low.

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