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FG set to issue N15bn Green Bond

By Emma Ujah, Abuja Bureau Chief The Federal Government is set to undertake a second issuance; a Series II Green Bond of up to N15 billion., the Debt Management Office (DMO) , has announced. Eurobo...

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GTBank improves access to education for children

Initiates #BeatTheDistance for Rural Communities As the country marks the 2019 Children’s Day, leading Nigerian Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (GTBank) has launched a nationwide initiative, t...

Sun May 26th, 2019     read more →

Success Adegor: SERAP sues Okowa over ‘poor, substandard primary schools’

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has filed a lawsuit asking the Federal High Court to: “compel governor Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa of Delta State to explain the disparity be...

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Ishaku: Savouring the reward for hard work and honesty

By Bala Dan Abu On Wednesday, May 29, 2019, Arc Darius Dickson Ishaku will step out of the crowd to the podium in the main bowl of the Jolly Nyame Stadium, Jalingo, to be sworn in for a second term...

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Ugwuanyi’s 2nd Term: Building on laid foundation

By Louis Amoke On May 29, the re-elected Governor of Enugu State, His Excellency, Rt. Hon Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, to the glory of God, will be sworn-in for a second term alongside his deputy, Hon. Mrs. C...

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Energy access model for off-grid communities in Niger Delta

By Teslim Giwa Electricity as recipe for sustainable growth The provision of electricity and affordable energy has been a major challenge to communities in the Niger Delta for as far back as the ea...

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A letter to Emeka Ihedioha (4)

Obi Nwakanma Dear Emeka, the Imo State University system with its four independent universities running full courses can be self-sustaining, and will have more than enough subscription. Imo student...

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Dokubo: An academic changing the face of Amnesty Programme

By Emma Ujah The nation was on the edge on account of debilitating attacks on oil facilities in the Niger Delta by 2009. Sabotage, oil theft and kidnappings of oil workers by criminal gangs and m...

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Democratic culture and the 2019 general elections in Nigeria (1)

Douglas Anele In a series of essays in this column entitled “The death of democracy in Nigeria: a coroner’s inquest,” I argued that although democratic governance is not dead yet ...

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What is our Court of Appeal saying?

Tonnie Iredia In a zero-sum political system where the winner takes all, there is a tendency for litigants to use every weapon to fight for electoral victory. However, the only valid weapon is the ...

Sun May 26th, 2019     read more →