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ASUU Should Obey Court Order, Return to Classrooms And Continue Talks With FG

Last week, the Abuja division of the National Industrial Court (NIC), invoked Section 18 of the Trade Dispute Act and, on the back of...
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Nigeria’s Fiscal Headache And Catalogue of Wasteful Spending

A Reuters report in February 2017, painted a sordid picture of the Nigerian economy. Basing their findings on information sourced from the National Bureau...
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Queen Elizabeth II: London Bridge Has Fallen

Many in the world, including myself, did not expect the long reign of the longest serving monarch in British history and the world, Queen...
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2023: Like Arsenal, Like Nigeria

In a very telling part of the now-airing Amazon docuseries, ‘All or Nothing,’ that provided a behind-the-scene glance at Arsenal Football Club as it...
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ASUU Must Find Alternative to Protracted Strikes

From Monday, February 14 to Monday, August 29, 2022 the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) will have been on strike for 196 days,...
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Danger of Mass Migration of Doctors, Nurses, Others

In November 2008, amid growing evidence that the worst international financial crisis in generations was taking a heavy toll on economies around the world,...
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Avoiding Propaganda, Falsehood And Violent Election Campaigns in Nigeria

The fact remains that competition is healthy because it improves, strengthens, and increases one’s chances of success. This is widely acknowledged in business and...
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Salute to Nigerians Providing Silver Linings in Dark Clouds

August 07, (THEWILL) - Nation building entails fostering national pride among the populace and improving a country’s standing among other nations, which is obviously...
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Is President Buhari Living in This Same Country?

On this very page, in the July 10 edition of THEWILL newspaper, I questioned the absence of accountability after the attacks on Kuje Correctional...
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Frequent Power Grid Collapses And Nigeria’s Exhausting Economic Struggles

There was a real threat of a nationwide power outage on Wednesday, July 20, when the perennial epileptic power supply that has dogged the...