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NIPOST breaks record under Bisi Adegbuyi’s leadership

Bisi Adegbuyi CEO of NIPOST

From Emeka Oraetoka By now, the belief of many NIPOST staff, and stakeholders in the Postal industry, that an outsider cannot provide effective and efficient leadership, appears to have crumbled as the new PMG is diligently providing the required leadership in NIPOST to the admiration of all. The bitter succession …

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Custom uniform saga and the Nigerian Senate

Colonel Hameed Ali Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service...in contest of wits with the Nigerian Senate

*Does the hood make the monk? From Babatunde Ogala I wish to refer all those who have been commenting on the Custom Uniform debate with the Nigerian Senate to take time out to read Sections 1-4 of the Nigerian Customs Service Board Act which creates the Nigerian Customs Service Board. …

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That President Muhammadu Buhari may end up a hero

*Why bother to come back home when you are ill? From Emmanuel Iriogbe President Muhammadu Buhari remains the only Nigerian leader that has commanded respect from both the common man (Talakawas) and the elites in the history of Nigeria since independence. He rode on this popularity to clinch the presidency …

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Still on Apostle Suleiman/Otobo issue

*Suleiman had been tried and convicted in the media From Richard Akinola II I have followed issues raised in the press conference of Stephanie Otobo, the alleged mistress of Apostle Suleiman and a number of reactions to it but my position on the issue has not changed. The fact that …

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On Buhari’s return…and doubting Thomases

*Only gods who never fall ill can question why Buhari is sick Some weeks ago, I wrote an article under the title, When President Trump spoke to a ghost. In the said article, I wrote about Trump’s call to President Buhari who was then in London for medical attention. Some unprofessional …

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When the President returns…

*What if we were told the President was feeling unwell? From Jideofor Adibe People who believe that Nigerians asking questions about when President Muhammadu Buhari should come back to the country are ‘busy bodies’ who should leave the President alone to recuperate and return to the country at his convenience, do …

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PDP, choices come with consequences

Ali Modu Sheriff...loses round one in Supreme Court

*WIll PDP crisis ever stop? From Olalekan Adigun No matter how anyone may look at it, in life, we all have to make choices. In many cases, these are tough choices. The problem, often, is not in making these choices but in our preparations to face the worst, should these …

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That Andrew Yakubu ehen!

From Charly Boy The other day, I was in the midst of those I thought were reasonable people – a small group of lawyers, engineers and realtors or real estate guys, and as usual, the topic of conversation was our dear country Nigeria. Then someone said, “Abegi President Buhari should bring …

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Urgency of political organisations and purposeful mass action

From Jaye Gaskia It is no longer news that the Nigeria economy went into and stayed firmly put in recession during 2016 with 4 consecutive quarterly negative GDP growths. However, this dive into free fall did not start in 2016. From about 2010 onwards the economy has been declining, with …

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Kogi 2017 budget: Final rape of our common patrimony 

From Dino Melaye If the revelations obtained from the analytical breakdown of Kogi state 2017 budget is anything to go by, then Governor Bello’s administrative policy should best be seen as  an economic vampire aimed at draining the state and ushering it to economic desert while emptying the state of …

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