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Change at last!!!

Change at last!!!

By Donu Kogbara LAST week on this page, I published an article written by Dr. Uche Igwe, a Senior Analyst and Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics’ Firoz Lalji Centre for Africa. Dr. Igwe didn’t mince words and meticulously listed the many ways in which the Buhari Administration has spectacularly failed to protect […]
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Your Change, My Change, Our Change

Your Change, My Change, Our Change

LONG Suffering! That is what you become after just two years, when you have been made to understand, rightly or wrongly, that you had been dealt a raw deal for over 16 years by another political party. Indeed, that is what appears to be keeping the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the good books of many a Nigerian.

Await a great change

Await a great change

Easter celebrations are over now but the essence of Easter is alive and remains relevant

8 ways to learn to accept change

8 ways to learn to accept change

In life, it’s important to learn to accept the things you can’t change because there’s nothing more tiring, draining and frustrating than trying to change what just can’t be changed. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares 8 ways to learn to accept the things you can’t change.

Emboldened for Change

Emboldened for Change

The world is moving towards a more digitalised age and in order for Nigeria to take its rightful place in the league of nations, it must invest, improve the standard of education and the quality of life of its female citizens

Interpreting the ‘Change’ we voted for

Interpreting the ‘Change’ we voted for

THE world had barely settled down to the reality of Brexit when Donald Trump trounced Hillary Clinton to clinch victory in an election that would eventually shame the power of opinion polls. Trump purportedly played a fast one on unsuspecting Americans and the world was left to grapple with ‘Trump Trauma’. A few weeks after, Fidel Castro was done with the wildness of this world and the world, with the exception of those who felt threatened by his Marxist-Leninist disposition, mourned the passing of a great humanist.

Do Nigerians really want change?

Do Nigerians really want change?

The question must be asked, again and again. We are a people whose collective psyche has been battered by all manner of injustice. In a country where university graduates become house helps due to lack of jobs, in a hierarchal society where opportunity and progress seem almost impossible, unless one belongs to the right circles, the idea of change, of social justice, is obviously seductive. However, little in our actions enables “change” or pushes a progressive, equal opportunity stance.

Nigeria must consider oil asset sales – Saraki

Nigeria must consider oil asset sales – Saraki

MEMBERS of the National Union of Textile, Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria, NUTGTWN, few days ago, gathered in the ancient city of Benin, Edo State, for the union’s 28th Annual National Education conference, to review the socio-economic situation of the country as it affects the Textile and Garment sector.

‘Change’ must start from Buhari!

‘Change’ must start from Buhari!

THIS President Muhammadu Buhari regime will never stop amazing us in its capacity to disappoint or fall hand, as we say in our Pidgin English. Can you imagine? Fifteen months after it swept into power on the crest of a litany of promises garbed in the mantra of “change”, he has turned around to tell us that “change” begins with us!