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Illiteracy, A Huge Problem For Humanity And Development by Favour Posu.

    ABSTRACT: “Whatsoever therefore is consequent to a time of Warre, where any man is Enemy to every man; the same is consequent to the...

National Identity And Pride: An Intense Scrutiny by Chukwuemeka Oluka

If an “Emeka” who is born in Lagos, grew up in Lagos and had never lived in the South-East throughout his life claims the...

Cross-Dressing In Nigeria: Should We Be Worried? by Michael Ogbonnaya.

cross-dressing does not have a social, cultural, and religious acceptance in Nigeria. The lifestyle is completely at variance with the moral standard of the Nigerian society. There is a need to utilize the important tool of the media to properly sensitize and educate our youths on our values as a country.

The VAT Collection Imbroglio And The Constitution by Abdulrasaq Ariwoola

In conclusion, it might be audacious to presume that the Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court will uphold the decision of the Federal High Court and hold the VAT Act as invalid. Nonetheless, it is a welcome development, considering its effect on revenue generation and allocation in the country.

Ritual Killing: Who Knows The Next Victim? by Michael Ogbonnaya.

    The incidence of killings for ritual purposes is on the increase in Nigeria. There seems to be little or no effort by appropriate government...

The True Picture Of Nigerians’ Reading Culture by Michael Ogbonnaya.

Introduction It is always said that if you want to hide anything from a Nigerian, you put it in a book. This cliche clearly captures...

The Altars Of Bloody Means by Chukwuemeka Mbam.

  If you were born in the late 1990s and in the early period of the new millennium, you’d recall the increasing concerns for children...

United We Stand, Divided We Fall by Abiodun Eunice.

    It is not uncommon, nowadays, to hear Nigerians say, "Make person just get green card like this, na so I go comot from Niger"....

The Influence Of Clerics In Politics by Michael Ogbonnaya.

  One of the most irritating and annoying statements you will ever make in Nigeria nowadays is "change is constant."  During the 2015 general elections,...

Spraying The Naira: Is the CBN Or The Police A Toothless...

What the country needs now is deliberate enforcement of Section 21(1) of the CBN Act. But enforcement of the law is not for the CBN alone. Law enforcement agents should rise to the occasion and perform their statutory roles to save the Naira from lingering abuse.

The Very Things That Make Us Human by Abdulrazaq Ariwoola

The birth of the internet has revolutionized the world in many ways. In couple of decades, what was thought impossible centuries ago became possible,...

Analysing The Twitter Ban In Nigeria by Michael Ogbonnaya.

  Introduction The call by the Federal Government for Nigerians to eschew hate speech or face prosecution, has always dominated our media space. Hence, one...

Speaking Truth To Power by Emmanuel Oluka.

If this essay took five days to be written, the writer probably spent four days trying to decipher a befitting title or caption for...

Illiteracy: A Major Contributor To Many Societal Problems by Opara Udochukwu.

  Abstract: ‘Akinyele come!’ A trembling voice with fear crocked out from the sitting room. ‘What again this time’, the poor boy Akinyele who was only...

The Truth About Giveaways by Olalekan AbdulBasit.

The word “Giveaway” triggers a response that is different than any other transaction we have in the world. This is so because our brains...

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