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  • Unending fuel scarcity: Wonder of all ages

    By Akinkuolie Rasheed The perennial fuel scarcity in Nigeria was once described by a reputable international journal as the wonder of modern times. This is, indeed, a fair assessment of the situation, based on the fact that Nigeria is the largest producer of crude oil in Africa, and one of the top ten in the…

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  • 2018: Prospects of China-Africa Cooperation

    By Charles Onunaiju 2018 is the third year since the historic 2nd Summit of the heads of state and government of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), which held in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2015. At the summit, Chinese leader, President Xi Jinping, outlined ten cooperation plans which would essentially drive the China-Africa cooperation in…

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  • Socio-economic importance of Calabar-Lagos rail project

    By Valentine Tobechukwu Achum I agree with both Aristotle on one hand, and Claude Ake on the other, on their different perspectives about what is categorically central to the priority of man. First, while Aristotle stresses that man is a political animal, Ake on the other hand sees man as an economic animal. For Aristotle…

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    Professionals as errand boys (1)

    FAR back in 1990 when I entered for 10 courses in one fell swoop leading to the award of a certificate in public relations by the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), one of the first things I learnt, on my own through voracious reading for the examination, was that PR was a key management…

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  • Leveraging on the bright economic outlook for 2018

    PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari and his economic advisers should closely study and leverage on Nigeria’s seemingly positive economic outlook for 2018. Key economic indicators suggest that the economy is off to its best start in about four years. Whether the government will take advantage of this bright start is another matter, but it will be in…

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  • Imo community where bad roads hamper residents’ lives

    By Dickson Okafor Roads in Nzerem, a community in Ehime-Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State, are in a terrible state. Year in, year out, the people have been crying that something substantial should be done for their area, to alleviate their plight. But nothing so far has been done about their sorry situation. Now,…

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  • Umeh and Anambra Central senatorial seat

    By James Eze As I write this piece, I am keenly aware that no article, no matter how brilliant, can capture the political weight of Chief Victor Umeh in Igbo land. And this is why I have no illusions about the rescheduled Anambra Central Senatorial election, which comes up on January 13. To my mind,…

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  • Foundation equips youths with entrepreneurial skills

    By Job Osazuwa A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Child of Destiny, has equipped hundreds of youths in Lagos State with entrepreneurial skills in a move aimed at waging war against the increasing rate of unemployment and idleness in Nigeria. The event, which took place in Agege, saw motivational speakers from different disciplines lecturing the participants on…

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  • Rotary donates mobility aids to indigent folks

    By Vivian Onyebukwa In its effort to assist the less-privileged, Rotary Club of Tin Can Island, Apapa, District 9110, recently donated wheelchairs and sticks for the blind to the disabled, during the investiture of Mr. Chimera Charles Ezenwanne as its 34th president. In his speech on the occasion, Ezenwanne stated that his administration would present…

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