The person we were supposed to sell and buy a lantern, asked, "if you sell me to buy the lantern, of what use, when you have disposed the beauty for which the lantern was meant to help you see".
Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities (ASUU) has vowed to frustrate the proposed removal of fuel subsidy by the Federal Government.
The Central Bank of Nigeria’s policy to join other developed economies in operating cashless society had been received with so many commendations from both within and outside the country. In my own candid opinion, the CBN Governor and the Economic Team need to be supported to actualise this great idea and also they should be praise for their foresight and courage to take this bold step. For Nigeria to join the league of cashless economies is something that is inevitable, in short is just a matter of time. So it is better for the country to strategise and join consciously, than to be seated waiting for the wind of change to take us in subconsciously!
Some civil society organisations on Wednesday in Abuja called on President Goodluck Jonathan to sack the Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, and her counterpart in Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, based on the Report of the Nuhu Ribadu-led Petroleum Revenue Task Force, which alleged corruption in the oil and gas industry.
General Yabuku Gowon, the longest serving former Head of State and Commander-in- chief of the armed forces of Nigeria is not only a statesman, but a true leader in all ramifications, who has worked tirelessly for the unity and peace of Nigeria.