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Opinion/Columns

Accelerating financial inclusion through the capital market By Uche Uwaleke

Financial inclusion is said to be achieved when citizens of a country have easy access to a range of formal financial services that meet their needs at affordable costs. These

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The 2019 presidential election: A preliminary assessment by Jaye Gaskia

The 2019 presidential election, to be sure has already been won and lost – if not from the moment of the close of the voting, then certainly by the time

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The developmental state, path to enhanced sustainable national development by Jaye Gaskia

As we make up our minds about who to vote for and how to vote in the 2019 general elections; As we reflect on the steps and actions that we

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The disaster called Buharinomics

. By Odilim Enwegbara Nothing unites citizens like a prosperous commonwealth. A country without prosperity is a country at war with itself. History is a guide: The Greek Empire was

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Why Atiku is good for Nigeria

. By Louis Okoroma It is a good development that the former ruling party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has come back to reckoning. This is a party that was

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Nigeria: A Failed Government or Failed Citizenry? by Abbakar D. Yusuf

Failing or failed, it will take almost forever to tag the Country either to the former or latter with the benefit of the doubt on whether it is worst or

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The Obasanjo Bombshell by Reuben Abati

“Former President Obasanjo is a courageous patriot and statesman who tells truth to power when he is convinced leaders are doing wrong” – Muhammadu Buhari, March 4, 2015. “Buhari is

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1998: A Watershed year By Jaye Gaskia

The year was 1998, the campaign of civil disobedience encapsulated in the burgeoning across the country in intensified and intensifying mass street protests, was gaining in momentum and gaining in

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Towards the 2019 general elections; interrogating campaign promises and electoral programs

. BY JAYE GASKIA The long awaited 2019 general elections are just around the corner; and the Presidential and National Assemblies elections are just barely six [6] weeks ahead. As

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President Buhari, WAEC and PDP’s toxic air

By Garba Shehu The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, Friday, said the controversy concerning President Muhammadu Buhari’s school certificate is embarrassing and felt a sense of duty to produce and

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