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Opinion INEC-360x225

The race to Kogi Government House, known as, Lugard House, is getting hot and political parties are warming up to ensure they win the election while candidates are making efforts to win the attention of delegates at their party formations. From available records, and current happenings in the State, it’s going to be a straight fight between the All Progressive Congress (APC) and People’s Democratic Party (PDP) as all other political parties lack what it takes to win governorship election in the State.

Opinion Amosun ibikunle

The provision of a good road network, especially in a city like Abeokuta and its environs, is certainly in the interest of its residents. Beside its necessity for easy access and communication across the city, it harbours a lot of economic benefits. As a result, the Ogun state government and Ogun State Ministry of Works and Infrastructure have embarked on massive reconstruction and expansion works in the city and the entire state to ensure smooth traffic and avert traffic bottleneck in the state and easy movement of people in the state.

Opinion street children

In many countries, there are children whose habitation is on the streets. And since they domicile in the streets, they are referred to as street children. Children are supposed to enjoy love, care and protection from parents, but this is not the case with the street children. These children are denied basic rights and are exposed to physical, sexual and all sorts of harm and abuses. They also live in inhumane and deleterious conditions.

Opinion Dan

For over a year now, Nigeria’s economic skies have given nothing to cheer about. Everywhere you look, the storm clouds are emptying themselves on the economy. Certainly, this year’s budget which is premised on USD53 oil benchmark is imperiled. Perhaps the same for any fiscal plan that the Buhari administration may have in mind. The prediction is unmistakably straight forward: look forward to a difficult and uncertain days.

Opinion Okezie Ikpeazu

When, in the build-up to the April governorship election, some analysts dismissed the Abia Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s candidate, Okezie Ikpeazu, as lacking in ideas and strategies that could take the state to the next level, attack dogs of the government house were let loose on them.

Opinion yabatech

By EBERE WABARA [email protected] 08055001948 THE transformations taking place in this foremost citadel are such that…

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