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Don’t blame the youth; their parents worship money too

Don’t blame the youth; their parents worship money too

Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Professor Ishaq Oloyede, has come out to say that parents of Nigerian students who partook in the April 2019 edition of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, paid hundreds of thousands of Naira in some cases, to professional examination writers who assisted their wards to tackle the examination.
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True Federalism will kick out corruption

True Federalism will kick out corruption

Differences between reforms and restructuring are not only coarse but obvious for all to see; yet they appear completely lost within the unwholesome din of the latest restructuring discourse in the country today.

True Federalism will kick out corruption

True Federalism will kick out corruption

Differences between reforms and restructuring are not only coarse but obvious for all to see; yet they appear completely lost within the unwholesome din of the latest restructuring discourse in the country today.

Welcome home, Mr. President!

Welcome home, Mr. President!

It is with a very warm heart that I write this letter of welcome to the commander-in-chief of our Federal Republic. Our army is in tatters, but that does not remove from the importance of this unique and extraordinary role.

What Buhari left out in his speech

What Buhari left out in his speech

Nigerians have differed in their opinions about Buhari’s first broadcast after his long medical vacation in the United Kingdom. Popular commentator and analyst, Jimi Disu shared his view on the broadcast and criticisms on the Front Page news analysis on Classic FM. He said the following:

The audacity of hate

The audacity of hate

There is a big difference between a politician playing politics, a hater hating and a man full of hate erupting. The symptoms are different, and so are the consequences. For the Millennial, a hater is simply someone who is supposedly jealous or envious of you, who disagrees with you in public while wishing they were you or who is just merely pissed off with you.

Who owns the church?

Who owns the church?

The country- not Anambra state alone- woke up to a tragedy of gargantuan proportions last Sunday. It is no longer news that gunmen walked into a catholic church in an Awka village during the early morning mass- while most of the nation still slept on this day of rest- and proceeded to massacre the faithful and not so faithful, in the goriest manner possible.         

Our Champagne-guzzling habits: The cons and the pros

Our Champagne-guzzling habits: The cons and the pros

By Morenike Taire Once more, handlers of the famous champagne brand Moet et Chandon have named Nigeria as one of their largest markets in Africa. The first time, it was the South African retail brand which has overtaken the business of retail across the country, that pronounced Nigeria as the country where they sell the […]

Of disasters, natural and artificial

Of disasters, natural and artificial

In recent weeks, the city of Lagos has been all but taken over by water. Floods accumulated from days of rainfall have found their way into places they ought not to be- mostly inside people’s residences. Kilometers of roads have been washed away, returning the nightmares to the affected roads. Electricity supply has been cut off in several places, resulting in unforeseen human misery- a tad worse than that with which we have become familiar.