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Hebert Wigwe, the brilliant mind-fit for all business access

By Bolatito Adebola Herbert Onyewumbu Wigwe is the Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Access Bank but only a few Nigerians know the contributions of this brilliant mind to the growth of Access Bank and the development of the banking industry in Africa. His impressive pedigree is known to industry watchers, just as his humble lifestyle is not strange to …

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Is Oshiomhole, APC candidate in the September 10 Governorship election?

While it is acceptable for him to be interested in who succeeds him as governor, his conduct is beginning to reminiscence the do-or-die approach of former President Olusegun Obasanjo when he went all out to ensure that Late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua succeeded him. In his desperation, Obasanjo did everything inconceivable, resulting in the election being discredited by many credible …

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Buhari’s medical trip, a blot on Nigeria’s image – Dr. Enabulele

By Dr. Osahon Enabulele   I heard with shock and disappointment the statement issued on Sunday, June 5, 2016, by the Special Adviser (Media and Publicity) to Mr. President, informing the general public that President Muhammadu Buhari will proceed on a 10-day medical vacation to London from Monday, June 6, 2016, during which period he is billed to see an …

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Edo 2016: War of succession (3)

By Josef Omorotionmwan AS the race for Osadebey Avenue gathers momentum, it becomes increasingly clear that the mass media must play the essential roles of educating, informing and entertaining the people. Among other things, the media has a responsibility to help the people make informed decisions and judgments. Share on: WhatsApp

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Electricity: Fashola calls on communities to take ownership of pipelines, says government alone cannot police them

I think the biggest contribution will come from the communities through whose territories these pipelines pass, to take ownership, to stand as security vanguards for the protection of pipeline assets because if the pipelines work it benefits them more. With the best of intentions, how many kilometres of pipeline could any government really police? And they are as diverse as …

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Saraki: The Morality of His Persecution and Prosecution

By First Baba Isa (FBI) Since Abubakar Bukola Saraki happened upon us as the Senate President and chairman of the National Assembly we have watched the opening of the floodgates of political and legal drama. The emergence of Saraki as Senate president and his trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal has dominated the public discourse. Share on: WhatsApp

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President Jonathan: From a weak President to a dictator: by Charles Igbinidu

If democracy is to thrive in Nigeria, we need to focus on building very strong institutions at all levels of government that will promote the rule of law and able to hold every public official accountable to the people. President Goodluck Jonathan It is utterly amusing how in a twinkle of an eye President Goodluck Jonathan has in the eyes …

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No tears for Nyako by Charles Igbinidu

Murtala Nyako is a retired Admiral (General), good generals are very strategic. They know how to choose their enemies. They know how to keep their homes in order. Nyako embarked on a war with the President and left his flank open The Adamawa State House of Assembly on Tuesday created multiple records. It became the first House of Assembly to …

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