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Nepotism, the worst form of corruption

By Ochereome Nnanna THE terms: “nepotism” and “corruption” are much misunderstood among the Nigerian populace. Unfortunately, even some of our prominent intellectuals are guilty of this, perhaps blinded by selfish interests. I am discussing these two topics because of their places in our democracy, especially in the dispensation of the current government. A dictionary defines
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Women and nepotism: Matters arising?

THE first female president of an African democracy and Nobel Peace Laureate Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was- and still is- a woman of incredible credentials. The Harvard alumnus had the distinct responsibility of establishing peace in her once war-torn native Liberia, one which continues to grapple with serious issues of poverty and insecurity.

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Nepotism: Those who serve Osinbajo meals, his most senior staff’re Muslims – Aide

The Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President on Legal Matters, Dr. Bilkisu Saidu has dismissed recent nepotism charges credited to a faceless Social Media contributor using the name Ismaila Farouk from Zamfara State regarding appointments made by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, into some Federal agencies and the ones done in the office of the Vice President.

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