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Election cases are not too many

According to media reports, there are hundreds of unresolved election cases concerning next month’s general elections in the country. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), appears to be the hardest hit by the development following the claim by its Chairman, Professor Attahiru Jega, that no fewer than 150 pre-election cases had been filed against it nationwide by aggrieved politicians.

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Abba-Aji: I beg you

Since a couple of days back when the Special Adviser to the President on National Assembly Matters, Senator Mohammed Abba-Aji, made public his threat to frustrate the Freedom of Information (FoI) Bill, many people have reacted violently against him. I don’t think they know what Abba-Aji is capable of doing. For me, I have chosen to fervently beg him not to carry out his threat in view of the pedigree of his ingenuity.

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National Productivity

The economic principle of diminishing returns refers to a point in time when a worker, irrespective of incentives, cannot produce at the same rate, volume or quality. Thus, workers occasionally need some rest hence governments often declare public holidays for them. In 2010, we had many in Nigeria.

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