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As Buhari enters his fourth year

Having inherited an economy that was rapidly heading towards recession due to falling oil prices and lack of savings, the regime did not help matters when it failed to quickly define a new economic direction. The slow pace of forming the Federal cabinet further dampened the confidence of local and international stakeholders in our economy.

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The probe on Army “partiality”

ON Friday 18th 2018, the Nigerian Army made public the findings of the panel it set up to investigate allegations of partiality levelled against it by a former Chief of Army Staff, retired Lt-Gen Theophilus Danjuma and some groups in its ongoing operations to curb killings by armed herdsmen and other bandits in the Middle Belt and other parts of the country.

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Rehabilitating herdsmen-ravaged states

We caution, however, that no one should politicise the tragedy wrought  by the armed herdsmen attacks on innocent citizens. It is true that the Federal Government sat on its palms for long while these herdsmen attacked and set fire to communities, destroyed farms and food barns, killed hundreds of people without mercy and sent thousands from their homes into refugee camps.

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FG shouldn’t abandon Leah Sharibu

The President Muhammadu Buhari administration has a heavy moral burden in ensuring that Miss Sharibu is returned to her family safe and sound and as quickly as possible. In the first place, it was unconscionable that the Dapchi girls’ abduction should have taken place even while the sad chapter on the Chibok schoolgirls had yet to be closed.

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