Tinubu a Clever political operator

By: Arowolo Solomon Alaba When he became Lagos State Governor in 1999 after three decades of military dictatorship, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu inherited what amounted to a nearly failed state. Over the course of eight years, his administration promoted a consistent pattern of reforms to promote development, resuscitate the state’s value systems, and restore its image. In 2007 Babatunde Raji Fashola, who was Tinubu’s chief of staff, succeeded him as governor with the same consistent approach. Today, many Nigerian’s dream is to visit Lagos after which they grow the thought…

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SECURITY: Where Are The Service Chiefs ?

By Samson Ayuba I was scared to turn on my radio this morning for fear of listening to another terrible news. The state of insecurity in my beloved country Nigeria has drastically worsened. The one peaceful country is now being gradually torn apart from its insides by the demon called insecurity. Every Nigerian citizen has now been forced to live in constant fear. The country is now bedeviled by jihadist insurgency in the northeast, separatists attacking security forces in the southeast and multiple kidnappings in the northwest. For long have…

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Group lauds Pam’s leadership at Christian Pilgrims’ Commission

Some Christian youths have hailed Rev. Yakubu Pam’s exemplary leadership since taking charge as Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC). The group, under the aegis of Young Christians Forum of Nigeria (YCFN), said the commission has recorded tremendous progress in its operations in the last 10 months. The Christain youths made this known in a strategic report released on Monday after a thorough appraisal of the NCPC’s activities in fulfilment of its strategic mandate in the country. A veteran preacher of over three decades, Pam’s appointment in…

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