BETTAGATE:At least five other high profile officials complicit — Adeniyi Kunnu, researcher

Adeniyi Kunnu, a researcher and public affairs analyst, was a lecturer at Lagos State University, LASU. In this interview, Kunnu is of the view that there is no way the suspended Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr Betta Edu, would have paid N585 million government money into a private account without the paperwork carrying the signatures of at least five other top officials of the ministry, saying they too have questions to answer on the scandal roiling the ministry.
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NYSC served as bedrock of my civic engagement journey ― Gender Advocate, Roseline Adewuyi

In this revealing and engaging interview, gender advocate and language instructor-cum-researcher, Roseline Adewuyi, shares some insights into the diverse world of gender advocacy, and how she navigates the world whilst maintaining a balance between excelling in her studies and recording giant strides in her career. Can you introduce yourself? My name is Roseline Adewuyi. I […]

Kingsley Moghalu: Time bomb waiting to explode on Nigeria!

•Why I disagree with Finance Minister •How I’ll handle debt problem, other economic matters if elected President •Nigeria needs a turnaround CEO, not a traditional politician •Identifies what’s holding the country down •Mega party coming, expect ballot box revolution in 2023 •Why don’t some Nigerians trust Igbos? His answers below What is your assessment of […]

POWER SHIFT: Why South can’t stop North in 2023 — Kwankwaso

Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso is a grassroots politician. His support base across the country swarms with people  of all faith and classes. He’s bold and courageous. He has an enviable profile in politics and public service. First, he served in Kano State Civil Service for 17 years. Upon his departure, he joined partisan politics.

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