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Stateless Federation Cannot Deliver Growth and Development in a
Nation
 
- Franklin Otorofani
There is no question that the atmosphere in Nigeria is presently suffused with politics in an otherwise non-election year amid serious national security challenges that have tasked the nation almost to breaking point. Terrorism, once an imponderable and improbable guest only read about in distant foreign lands has since found a profitable franchise in Nigeria forcibly commandeering our national consciousness to massage its over bloated ego.
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WE MUST SAVE NORTHERN NIGERIAN YOUTH NOW. - Dr. Olushola Olukolade
Barka Da Sallah to all our Moslem brothers and sisters. I also say Salaam alekum: 'peace be unto you. Either you are a Moslem or a Christian, we are all Nigerians, not by choice but by God's design. Did God ask any of us before we were born by our Nigerian parents? Did God ask any of us if we would like to be a Nigerian? No, we are all Nigerian not by our choice, but the choice of the creator of heaven and earth and all that is in them. However, the case of our religion is largely by our choice. You do not even have to belong to any religion to be a Nigerian. Do you?
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DOYIN OKUPE – THE SICK DOCTOR - Emmanuel Yawe
Doyin Okupe, a qualified medical doctor looks well fed and rotund. Since the return of partisan politics during General Babangida’s transition program of late 80’s – early 90’s, he has been operating more as a spin doctor than the physician he was trained to be. The irony of it all is that the man has neither the image of a medical doctor nor even a spin one. If his pictures in the newspapers are anything to go by, he looks every inch a village bully. That may not be important to some analysts but in this age of make belief, the image a public figure cuts is a very relevant point from which to start his evaluation.
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SPECIAL REPORT ON THE INAUGURAL MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON THE FUTURE OF AFRICA AND THE NEW WORLD ECONOMIC ORDER AT THE FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD, UNITED KINGDOM. - Professor Emmanuel Omoh Esiemokhai
Bosas International Law Bureau, Abuja and the Faculty of Law, University of Bradford, United Kingdom, held an inaugural meeting on 23 August, 2012, at the Faculty of Law, University of Bradford. The inaugural meeting was summoned to discuss the topical subjecct of the future of Africa in a world that is in unprecedented economic crisis. While Euro-American states meet regularly to discuss and find solutions to their intractable economic problems, African states have not exerted enough efforts to grapple with their future, which seems bleak and uncertain.
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An Expatriates Perspective on Nigeria - Solomon Sogunro
Without doubt, I acknowledge that America, where I reside for over 20 something odd years, exist as one of the greatest nations in the world. Irrespective of whether I am visiting Europe or Africa, I always return with a greater sense of appreciation and admiration for the United States of America. Moreover, the longing to reconnect with ones ancestral land always remains in the backdrop of my thought. After years of ignoring such promptings, I decided to visit Nigeria in July of 2012. Perhaps, it was more of a spiritual journey or calling for me, to visit my land of origin, and walk the land my forefathers as well as foremothers walked.
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IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF FUEL
SUBSIDY PAYMENTS
 
- FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ABUJA
This statement is being issued to apprise Nigerians of some key developments in the management of fuel subsidy payments which are important to understanding the approach adopted by the Federal Government on this issue which understandably has attracted a lot of public attention.
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Lessons from the 2012 London Olympics and the Assange Affair 
- Professor Emmanuel Omoh Esiemokhai

The success of the 2012 London Olympics is ineluctably linked with good organisation and the application of human intelligence at the highest level. There is evidence that there is no end to the ingenuity of men and women. Under favourable conditions, the poeople of Africa and of African descent can perform creditably in any field of human endeavour. The London Oympics was a rally point for the illumination of the human spirit. It put to shame those, who still harbour primodial feelings and race consciousness.
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Accountability Question: PDP Governments failed  - Isy C.A. Enwere
For every fiscal year, the Federal Government of Nigeria goes through the rituals of drafting the appropriation bill usually based on number of barrels of crude oil sold for that year. For example, Nigeria’s 2012 budget of N4.749 trillion is premised on an oil price benchmark of $70 a barrel for a total production of 2.45 million barrels a day and at an exchange rate of N155/$. The 2011 budget was predicated on oil production of 2.3 million barrels per day at a benchmark price of $65 per barrel and at an exchange rate of N150/$. The budget of 2010 which doubled previous appropriation bills in a grand style and continued till date was projected on production of 2.35 million barrels of oil a day, at a benchmark price of $67 a barrel for a total of N4.6 trillion which was eventually overstretched to N5.160 trillion.
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Nigeria Without The Oil - Olaniyi Olayinka Esq.
Nigeria is rich in crude oil through which it remains a key player in the international oil industry since it joined the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in 1971. Between that time and now, successive governments have drawn farther from agriculture which used to be the main stay of the Nigeria’s economy. Malaysia which used to be a peer in the promotion of agriculture, particularly in palm oil, never relented. It produces grease and more with which it makes a fortune. Palm trees have since been tapped to death in Nigeria, no thanks to preference of immediate consumption of palm wine to a life sustaining palm oil.
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ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY AND THE NIGERIAN PUBLIC SERVANT
 
- OLAEWE EWEGBEMI
Governments are “instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it” Well put! The Right of the people therefore to be able to judge every action of their public officials IS a scared and inviolate Right. When this right is taken away by default of the people or when this right is not exercised by the constituents, public servants do as they please. No one tells them what they can or cannot do. They invariably become overlords and treat their constituents as subjects to be exploited at will and abused as they please
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