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Resurgence Of COVID-19 – Leadership Editorial

Resurgence Of COVID-19 – Leadership Editorial

Recently, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) confirmed that 42 new cases of COVID-19 were detected in the country in two weeks from December 31, 2022, to January 13, 2023. The cases were recorded in Lagos, Edo, Kano, Nasarawa, ...

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On Mambilla Power Project

On Mambilla Power Project

The Mambilla Power Project acknowledged to have the potential to hugely enhance the nation’s power supply has remained a victim of policy inconsistency and absence of political will required to bring it to fruition. Designed to provide 3,050 megawatts (MW) ...

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That Curious Proposal By State Governors – EDITORIAL

That Curious Proposal By State Governors – EDITORIAL

In an unprecedented policy recommendation, governors of the 36 states of the federation, reportedly, advised the federal government to offer federal civil servants who are above 50 years a one-off service exit package. In their opinion, this will form part ...

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Pastor Umo Eno’s Certificate Scandal and Gov Udom Emmanuel’s Alternative Plan

Pastor Umo Eno’s Certificate Scandal and Gov Udom Emmanuel’s Alternative Plan

CENTURY NEWSFRONT EDITORIAL The selection of Pastor Umo Bassey Eno fromNsit Ubiul local government area of Akwa Ibom State as PDP Governorship choice for the State was not a bad choice in any context. Pastor Umo Eno, a gentleman and ...

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Flush Out Traitors Within The Security Agencies

Flush Out Traitors Within The Security Agencies

THE admission by the Chief of Defence Staff, Lucky Irabor, that fifth columnists are active in the Nigerian Armed Forces lays bare a major factor that has contributed to the prolonged war against insurgency in Nigeria. This followed the recent ...

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Federalised Police: Time To Do It Is Now

Federalised Police: Time To Do It Is Now

The Long-Term Cure For Nigeria’s Current Security Challenges To be sure, the history of sub-national policing in Nigeria is bitter and rotten. Pristine policing, in several parts of the territory that makes up the present Nigeria, were attached to royal ...

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Oil Palm As A Major Foreign Exchange Earner

Oil Palm As A Major Foreign Exchange Earner

The ban of crude palm oil and its derivatives exports by Indonesia, the world’s largest supplier of the commodity, should be music to the ears of investors in that line of business in Nigeria who eye the export market. Before ...

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Zero-Tolerance For Military Brutality Against Civilians Imperative

Zero-Tolerance For Military Brutality Against Civilians Imperative

IMPUNITY was once more on display recently when unruly soldiers from the Nigerian Army Battalion, Ibodi, Ilesa, in Osun State, battered and extra-judicially killed a civilian. In a despairingly common scene, a car dealer, Adeyinka Adekunle, 37, became the latest ...

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Mounting Fears Over 2023 Elections

Mounting Fears Over 2023 Elections

Despite the scramble for party tickets by some politicians for various political positions, especially the presidency, there are mounting fears that the growing insecurity across the country may truncate the 2023 elections. Some prominent Nigerians and groups are of the ...

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Buhari, Declare State Of Emergency In Kaduna

Buhari, Declare State Of Emergency In Kaduna

THE terrorists, who last week staged a series of attacks in the Northern states, including assaulting the Kaduna-Abuja train and ambushing and killing military troops confirmed that undoubtedly, Nigeria is at war. The country is assailed from within by expanding ...

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