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By FUNMILOLA FADUMIYO I have always been an advocate for how Nigeria can have 100,000 successful businesses especially with the tenacious entrepreneurial spirit of its...

Reading Buhari’s Mind: What does the president want to do with Nigeria?

The Ruga settlements controversy which enveloped the country last week is gradually dying down on account of its suspension by the President Muhammadu Buhari...

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By Chief Tola Adeniyi I was named Muhammadu Saheed on the 8th day of my birth. I was boarded in a Quran school at age...

Gov Sanw-olu, Lagos and the burden of Nigeria’s dysfunction

By PRINCE EMEKA OBASI  Over a year before the end of his tenure, I began to worry about the future of Akinwunmi Ambode’s Lagos especially...

EOP 15: Evil of populism Pt.2; government as a subsidy

By UCHE CHRIS Subsidy as a public policy is predicated on the principle or concept of welfarism; and most, if not, all welfare governments are...

Peter Odili’s next duty – 2

By PRINCE EMEKA OBASI  Odili was set up for the guillotine by a powerful coterie of political and business groups, an offshoot of the notorious...

The Diamond Bank Sale and Pascal Dozie’s moral burden (3) TRAGEDY...

BY PRINCE EMEKA OBASI  By 2014, Diamond bank had attained the peak of its meteoric rise. The broad expectation was that it would morph into...

The Diamond Bank Sale and Paschal Dozie’s moral burden (2)

By PRINCE EMEKA OBASI At the end of the consolidation programme, Diamond Bank managed to scrape through the steep recapitalisation requirements after a moderately successful...

Wild jubilation in Lagos, Abuja, others as Buhari signs Minimum Wage into law

Thousands of government workers in Lagos, Ogun, Kano, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and others, including artisans and market women on Thursday joined in...

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