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I did my best to stay but was forced out of...

By Bukola Saraki I wish to inform Nigerians that, after extensive consultations, I have decided to take my leave of the All Progressives Congress (APC). This...

Vote buying: Between crooked politicians and a degenerate citizenry

By Laz Apir With daily reports of mass killings, civil servants being owed salaries in many states and police officers also being owed allowances, it...

Saraki urges youths to turn cell phones into business tools

President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, on Sunday called on the nation’s youths to venture into entrepreneurship through their cell-phones as a...

The NLC and the future of work

By Oluwakorede Asuni I have read with some concern the news that the Nigeria Labour Congress (the NLC) is picketing MTN Nigeria and may have...

Ali Ahmad: The performing speaker of Kwara Assembly

By Adebayo Abdullahi Dr. Ali Ahmad is neither the first nor last born (to use the Nigerian parlance) of his parents. His Islamic Scholar Dad is...

Coalition demands immediate release of journalist detained for 2years

The Coalition for Whistleblower Protection and Press Freedom (CWPPF) has called on the Federal Government to order the immediate and unconditional release of Mr....

Kwara-Japan Students Exchange underway, says Speaker Ahmad  

Speaker, Kwara State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Dr. Ali Ahmad has disclosed that efforts are in top gear to facilitate Students Exchange Programme...

Colloquium on rethinking African education holds in Lagos

The Pan-African Newspaper, The Difference is billed to hold the third edition of her annual Africa Day Colloquium on Thursday, July 26, 2018. A summit dedicated...

EXCLUSIVE: How Nigeria loses billions to waivers on Samsung, LG imports

OrderPaperToday – Nigeria has suffered revenue losses in hundreds of billions of Naira to the corrupt practices of government officials and importers of Samsung,...

Of forged certificates, criminal political class and docile citizenry

By Oluwakorede Asuni The Nigeria political space is a theatre of absurdities. Absurdities at a level that will be unbelievable, albeit unconceivable to those from...