How Nigeria Govt. Ineptitude, Greed Promote Lawlessness in Oil Producing Communities by Omafume Amurun

Don Jazzy(nickname) is a community leader in oil rich Otumara,  Warri South West Local Government Area where Shell is planning to build a gas project.  Don Jazzy who knows that Shell do not want force to be used against oil communities, has confiscated Shell land acquired several years ago and it seems both the federal […]

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Harvard Study: How Early School Enrollment Harm Kids by Kerry McDonald

Every parent knows the difference a year makes in the development and maturity of a young child. A one-year-old is barely walking while a two-year-old gleefully sprints away from you. A four-year-old is always moving, always imagining, always asking why, while a five-year-old may start to sit and listen for longer stretches. Growing Expectations vs. […]

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SHOCKER: How Atiku Prevented Tinubu from Scamming the Federal Government – Nasir El-rufai’s Book

One of my memorable early experiences in BPE was a political baptism of fire – an encounter that put me smack in the middle of ethnicity, politics and policy conflicts, involving a company that became globally notorious for its internal misgovernance and deception – the Houston-based Enron Corporation. Electricity shortage have become a way of […]

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Developing The Region: Fact Sheet on Niger Delta New Vision by Arukaino Umukoro

The Buhari administration’s Niger Delta New Vision is designed  to “develop a new and prosperous Niger Delta through the Federal Government’s forthright partnerships with State Governments, the Private Sector and Local Communities.” Ongoing projects under the Niger Delta New Vision include: Take-off of Maritime University in Delta State Commencement of Ogoni Clean-up Approval for the […]

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2019: Why Should We Trust Buhari Again? Abimbola Adelakun

When the All Progressives Congress unveiled its campaign on Sunday, one of the issues that quickly arose was the plagiarism of its so-called Next Level logo. The logo itself has to be one of the most unimaginative concepts ever launched for a presidential campaign: It depicted President Muhammadu Buhari, with his blinders resolutely on his […]

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2019: Shunning The Wagging Tongues Of Lucifer By Ajogwu Jerry Ochada

The political climate for the 2019 General Election in Nigeria seems not to be positively tensed compared to year 2014 that featured a dreadful atmosphere of campaigns with Alhaji Lai Mohammed spewing his talented venom at ease. This is 2018, another eve to the general poll yet the opposition are not wielding a ‘fierce’ armour […]

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Curbing Fakes: The Role of Online News Media by Professor Abigail Ogwezzy-Ndisika

It is a great privilege standing before you today. This gathering is important to me and every stakeholder in the online media industry. As a result, I decided to leave my workstation in Lagos to be here with you all.  Also, the topic to be considered during this two-day convention is relevant and timely even […]

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Should it be neither Buhari nor Atiku? By Lasisi Olagunju

“SOMETIMES there are no good options,” said The Economist, respected, authoritative international magazine, in February 2015. That was how it started its analysis of that year’s presidential election in Nigeria. It looked at the choice between Goodluck Jonathan and Muhammadu Buhari and said the contest was between “a failed president” and a former dictator “with […]

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Buhari, Atiku, Obasanjo and the Road Ahead By Olusegun Adeniyi

There are several lessons to learn from the political feud between former President Olusegun Obasanjo and his erstwhile deputy, former Vice President Atiku Abubakar that lasted almost one and a half decades and on which so many people built their own political careers. One, it is the height of folly for anybody, most especially journalists, […]

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