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South Africa Is Running Out Of Time To Fixing Its Ailing Finances

South Africa Is Running Out Of Time To Fixing Its Ailing Finances

  By Seán Mfundza Muller South Africa’s public finances are in a perilous state. There are four main reasons for this. First, economic growth is low or non-existent. Second, tax revenue collection is repeatedly below forecasts. Third, debt levels have risen rapidly and are now at their highest levels in the post-apartheid era. Fourth, the […]

Buhari Vs Atiku:  Nigeria Judiciary On Trial

  By Tunji Olanipekun No one is ever expecting the Supreme Court to pronounce Atiku winner but the point I believe they want to score has been achieved. I have been in that court all thru and for the first time I see Wole Olanipekun closing his case prematurely. It is not for any reason […]

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Cameroon:  Let My People Go

  By Sissiku Julius Ayuktabe: I write to you today from Kondengui Principal Prison, where I am unjustly detained with a sizeable part of my cabinet and with thousands of other Southern Cameroonian prisoners who have run a foul of the repressive regime of Paul Biya, the long-ruling despot of Cameroon. We are in an […]

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UN: Witch Hunting Requires An International Response

By Leo Igwe Protection of citizens is one of the state’s most overarching obligations. Accordingly a modern State must fulfill or be made to fulfill this duty. This is because in our westphalian world order of nation states, the State is the central organ for social and political organization; the mechanism for the maintenance of […]

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Humanism and Discrimination against Women in Nigeria

  By Leo Igwe Humanists in Nigeria marked this year’s world humanist day in style. The international humanist day is celebrated on June 21 every year, but humanists in Lagos organized on June 23 a special seminar that focused on the rights of women. At a time that the me-too movement is spreading across the […]

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Opinion: Otuaro and his trustworthy lifestyle

  By Odimegwu Onwumere The Deputy Governor of Delta State, Barrister Kingsley Otuaro is a man that can be trusted, especially in this era, where and when some governors and their deputies, political Godsons and Godfathers, political allies and friends and sundry are in loggerhead. Observing the steadiness in Otuaro, the Delta State Governor, Dr. […]

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Obasanjo Expresses Fear Of Nigeria’s Entity  Amidst Insecurity … Writes Buhari

  Dear President and General Buhari, OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT, GENERAL MUHAMMADU BUHARI I am constrained to write to you this open letter. I decided to make it an open letter because the issue is very weighty and must be greatly worrisome to all concerned Nigerians and that  means all right-thinking Nigerians and those resident […]

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KADUNA HAJJ CAMP PREPARES FOR AIRLIFT

By Fatima Sanda Usara: In order to ascertain level of readiness of Hajj departure centres, the Chairman and Chief executive Officer of NAHCON, Barrister Abdullahi Mukhtar Muhammad on Monday 8th July, 2019, visited the Kaduna Hajj transit Camp on Mando Road, Kaduna. Going round the Camp, what the NAHCON Chairman and his team met was […]

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