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Should IGP Idris Leave Or Stay On?

Should IGP Idris Leave Or Stay On?

Columnists Muhammad Ajah sheds light on calls for President Muhamadu Buhari not to extend the tenure of Inspector General of Police Idris Ibrahim.

Leaving Religion: Fears And Anxieties Of Apostates In Nigeria

Leaving Religion: Fears And Anxieties Of Apostates In Nigeria

Nigerians who are born into one religion or another are compelled to keep professing that religion- family religion – even when they believe otherwise. So renouncing a religion is a challenge to many people across the country whether they live in the eastern or western Nigeria, in the northern or in the southern part of […]

52 Years Of Injustice And Ogundipe’s 7 Step Rise And 7 Step Fall

52 Years Of Injustice And Ogundipe’s 7 Step Rise And 7 Step Fall

After the January 1966 coup d'Etat, Ogundipe experienced a seven-step promotion from

Mr. Right

Mr. Right

Obinna jarred from his sleep at the announcement from a cabin crew. The twelve-hour journey seemed just like an hour!

Between Religious Leaders And Challenges Of The Country

Between Religious Leaders And Challenges Of The Country

I wouldn't want to say much on this issue, especially now that it's clearing off the ground even though the crumbs are still seen and also been envisaged around the place.

Understanding Mergers And Acquisitions In The Global Market

Understanding Mergers And Acquisitions In The Global Market

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is a popular term that refers to the consolidation of companies or assets through various types of financial transactions.

Nigerian Institute Of Journalism: What Next After The Radio Licensing?

Nigerian Institute Of Journalism: What Next After The Radio Licensing?

It is no longer news for residents of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) community and former residents that the overlong dream of having a community radio has finally come to reality.

47 Anniversary Of Ogundipe And Why History Calls Him A ‘Coward’ (3ai)

47 Anniversary Of Ogundipe And Why History Calls Him A ‘Coward’ (3ai)

Ogundipe felt betrayed by Gowon. In his view, he sent Gowon to negotiate with the mutineers, only for Gowon to emerge as leader of the mutineers he was supposed to negotiate with.

The Future Of Human Labour And The Automation Of Industrial Processes

The Future Of Human Labour And The Automation Of Industrial Processes

An opinion piece by columnist Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu.

Buhari And Politicization Of Religious Majorities in Nigeria

Buhari And Politicization Of Religious Majorities in Nigeria

Opinion piece by columnist Leo Igwe.

Apostasy And Freedom Of Religion In Nigeria

Apostasy And Freedom Of Religion In Nigeria

An opinion piece by columnist Leo Igwe.

What You Need To Know Before Investing In Telecommunication In Africa

What You Need To Know Before Investing In Telecommunication In Africa

Telecommunications companies are a rarity in the stock market, their shares have exhibited characteristics of both income and growth stocks. For periods of several years, a company may enjoy its regulatory privileges like other utilities.

47 Anniversary Of Ogundipe And Why History Calls Him A ‘Coward’ (II)

47 Anniversary Of Ogundipe And Why History Calls Him A ‘Coward’ (II)

"Ogundipe had no means of enforcing his seniority over an army purged of most non-Northerners. For the second time in eighteen months, Brigadier Ogundipe was passed over for a position he probably merited (after having been passed over for GOC in February 1965)" Max Siollun.

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