The Cost of being Goodluck Jonathan

By Abdulrahman Abdulraheem By polling 12,853,162 votes to his main challenger, retired General Muhammadu Buhari’s 15,424,921 votes in the historic March 28 general elections, Goodluck Jonathan has entered the history books

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Is Buhari Baba-Go-Slow?

By Nasir Kura & Lanre Solomon Opinions are divided regarding the scorecard of President Muhammadu Buhari and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the last one month of

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NTI sets the pace for Open Distance Education

In most parts of Nigeria, despite the efforts made by the government and education stakeholders before now, there remains the problem of the shortage of teachers. In fact, even in

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Teachers Need Constant Knowledge Upgrade – NTI Boss

Dr Aminu Ladan Sharehu is the Director General and Chief Executive of National Teachers Institute (NTI). In this interview with AHMED LAWAL, he spoke on a wide range of issues

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Hilary’s Third-term Conundrum

By Matt Bai Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy  with what some reporters described as a “policy-laden” speech. Which was true, I guess, in the same sense that Apple Jacks is

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World Grieves Over Series of Attacks During Ramadan

The World cannot help but grieve over series of a mass shooting at a Tunisian beach resort, severed head displayed in a French town and other attacks that took place

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Lateef Kayode Jakande

Lateef Kayode Jakande is an ace journalist and politician and one of the the best governors in the history of Lagos State. He was Editor-in-chief of Nigerian Tribune and former

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Significance of May Day Celebration

By Baba Aye          Once again, workers across the length and breadth of Nigeria will join the colleagues all over the world in commemorating May 1, as the International Workers’

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Comrades Ajaero, Aremu and their ‘NLC’

By Onah Iduh The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has, since its 11th National Delegates Conference of February 8-11, 2015, been the cynosure of national and global labour communities. The conference

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Inside FIFA’s House of Scandals

When the idea of founding an International Football Federation was birthed on that blistering sunny afternoon in Paris, May 21, 1904, the authorized delegates of the 7 founding countries had

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