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Nigeria; The Laughing Stock of The International Community

Post Views: 25 When I started this article, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had just postponed a national election they had four years to prepare for. As at this moment, there is a viral video online of a customs officer allegedly shooting a man to death which has been denied by the Public Relations Officer …

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How Moghalu, Sowore and Probably Durotoye Can Win 2019 Presidential Election – Opinion

Post Views: 68 The idea to write this article didn’t come to me until the discussion had gotten heated. On the 2017-2018 AIESEC in Ife group page, my friends were arguing about the forthcoming election. The conversation was sparked when a fellow AIESECer posted a list of President Buhari’s achievement till date. The message was …

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The Unwritten Rule: Senate as a Retirement Home for Governors

Post Views: 74 Governance in Nigeria has shown that there is a thin gap between a quest for relevance and a desire to serve the people. An emerging trend in Nigerian politics involves serving and mostly-under performing governors retiring to the senate after two-terms of absolute mediocrity. A move motivated by their quest to remain …

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Corruption In Nigeria Is No surprise, Osun State In Perspective

Post Views: 104 Corruption in Nigeria is no surprise. As of 2017, Nigeria ranked 148 out of 180 in the Corruption Perception Index. Nigeria’s consistent performance however is a sad news. We have been known to consistently invent new ways to cleverly take from others what doesn’t belong to us. On a recent trip back …

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What African Governments Must Do Right! – Sammy Adjei

Post Views: 164 Fortunately for Africa, its leaders are now taking the reality that required making sure key important paradigms of development were observed and followed on keenly. Even though, the African continent makes steady economic gains, too many countries are not positioned to sustain their progress. They continue to rely excessively on low-agricultural productivity for …

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Addressing Challenges In Ghana’s Road Sector And Way Forward – Sammy Adjei

Post Views: 164   The Ghana Highway Authority was established as a corporate body by GHA Decree 1974 (NRCD 298). NRCD 298 was repealed by GHA Act 1997 (Act 540 ) which however, kept the Authority existence with responsibility for the administration, control, development and maintenance of the country’s trunk road network totalling 13,367 km and related …

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CONVERSION OF UNIVERSITY MALE HALLS, A THREAT AGAINST BOYS SCHOOLS AND FREEDOM OF CHOICE

Post Views: 174 Choice is important as it gives evidence of consent from individuals. This is not different when it comes to school selection in Ghana. From the second circle institutions thus senior high level, pupil make choices as to the kind of school they want to attend. The Basic Education Certificate Examination grade system …

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JAMB is a Barrier to Admission Opportunities for Young Nigerians

Post Views: 97 It has become a common occurrence in Nigeria to see many young, talented youths finding it hard to secure admission into their preferred choice of course in higher institutions. It is difficult in Nigeria to secure admission to study in the university, and only about one in four applicants eventually do. Moreover, …

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