Editorial

Removal of history from school curriculum

Across the world, societies are built on the history of nations. Founded on a well-preserved narrative about their forbears, such societies are shaped by history’s lessons on moral values, social cohesion, politics, as well as cultural and national integration.

On the strength of these id [...]

Mon, 14 March 2016


Removal of history from school curriculum

Across the world, societies are built on the history of nations. Founded on a well-preserved narrative about their forbears, such societies are shaped by history’s lessons on moral values, social cohesion, politics, as well as cultural and national integration.

On the strength of these id [...]

Mon, 14 March 2016


Removal of history from school curriculum

Across the world, societies are built on the history of nations. Founded on a well-preserved narrative about their forbears, such societies are shaped by history’s lessons on moral values, social cohesion, politics, as well as cultural and national integration.

On the strength of these id [...]

Mon, 14 March 2016


Addressing herdsmen violent acts

There is growing act of violence with the potential to undermine national security if not frontally addressed; herdsmen acts of terror across the country.

Over the years, they have been reports of murder, rape, kidnappings and other untoward acts allegedly perpetrated by Fulani herdsmen. Each t [...]

Sun, 28 February 2016


Economic diversification beyond rhetoric

The call for the diversification of the Nigerian economy has gradually become a cliché’ with politically parties using it as bargaining chip to sway voters in their favor. However, year in year out the story does not change crude oil being the major revenue earner for the country.

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Sun, 21 February 2016


Tackling admission crisis in Nigerian universities

In a few weeks, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, will commence the 2016/2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME.

The February, 2016 Computer-Based Test, CBT, comes amid worries over post UTME admissions as universities, polytechnics, monotechnics and colleges of [...]

Sat, 06 February 2016


Our Agenda for the FCT Minister

Minister of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, Mallam Muhammad Bello, last Monday unveiled his roadmap to the press. Of significance is his admission that the territory is faced with obvious challenges that needs to be urgently tackled.

Of note, the minister said, “my initial i [...]

Sun, 31 January 2016


Tackling the Lassa fever challenge

Two weeks ago, Nigerians woke up to the news of a possible outbreak of the dreaded Lassa fever in some parts of the country, with the latest scourge reports say to have claimed over 63 lives in 17 states and the federal capital territory.

The scourge seem to be spreading fast, as 212 suspected [...]

Sun, 24 January 2016


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