Nigerian Economy: When Will Buhari End the Blame Game?

By Bade Adebolu Since the swearing in of President Buhari on May 29, 2015, there has not been shortage in the blaming of the previous administration by the president and his officials. We have heard in not less than many cases where the President always shifting the blame and his administration’s incompetency of on the […]

Opinion: Why State Governments Cannot Pay Salaries

By olalekan Adigun In the past few months, about twenty of Nigeria’s thirty-six states have become struggling, financially unhealthy, and economically-unviable states. From conservative estimates, they have not been able to pay their staff salaries for at least three months. While some managed to pay at Christmas, others were not so lucky. There have been […]

Opinion: Soludo to Okonjo-Iweala: “Madam, you Lied”

By Charles Soludo I read some of the responses to my article, “Buhari vs Jonathan: Beyond the Election”, and I want to thank everyone who has contributed to the debate. I am glad that the debate has finally taken off. I have decided, for the record, to re-enter the debate if only to set some […]

Opinion: Duro Onabule and his Phantom Lady

By Ebun Asagbe The events of the past few weeks have every one paying closer attention to news headlines; especially as it relates to the falling price of crude oil, the economy and how it all affects us as Nigerians, both in the short term, and in the years to come. That was how I […]

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