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Opinion/Columns

Revisiting The Bill On Gender Parity And Prohibition Of Violence Against Women

By Dr Hajo Sani [N]igerian women are well aware of the fact that the senate and indeed the members of House of Representatives understand the yearnings of the women in

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The misogynists in the Nigerian Senate

By Reuben Abati   [W]hat Senator Biodun Olujimi (PDP, Ekiti South) did with her presentation of a bill on gender and equal opportunities on March 15, is the equivalent of trying

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Why Nigerians are special

By Reuben Abati [W]hatever problem we may have in Nigeria at this or any other time, this country is sustained by the fact that we are indeed a very special people.

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Tribute To James Ocholi

By Muhammadu Buhari …James Ocholi Taught Us The Meaning Of Loyalty How do I begin to pay this tribute to a man who was the epitome of civility, the archetype

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EPA: A disaster waiting to happen

By Azuka Benjamin What appears to be an innocuous call by the European Union (EU) envoy on  the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and Nigeria, Amb.  Michel Arrion

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In This Same Country…

By Reuben Abati   [T]here is today in Nigeria an entire generation of Nigerian-passport wielding men and women who do not actually know, to borrow Achebe’s words that indeed “there was

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The Unending Politics of Grazing Reserves and Brazilian Grass

By Moses Okpogode [N]igeria’ grazing reserve law was established in 1965. This created an area, mainly in the north, for exclusive use of the Fulani nomads to graze their animals.

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Ocholi: Too late to stop believing

By FEMI ADESINA [L]et’s be honest with ourselves. When some baffling things happen, we question God, if not verbally, at least, in our hearts. But we pretend that we are

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The road lies in wait

By Reuben Abati   [M]ay we never walk when the road waits, famished” – Wole Soyinka, The Road  Two major road accidents in the last week brought to the fore again

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Anything Can Happen In America

By Reuben Abati [T]his is really exciting time in America; watching the drama of the 2016 Presidential nomination process from a distance, I find the contests, the debates, the arguments, the

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