Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Military/Security Trend

Insecurity: The view from the Pentagon

By Abdulhamid Babatunde The Nigerian version of the war against terror now requires a critical look at the impact of foreign forces as part of a reassessment of strategy aimed at achieving a timely and decisive victory that seems to be elusive. There are certainly other options worth exploring. The agitated questions and clueless answers […]

News Trend

Prince Ebeano Rebrands, Welcomes Shoppers to New Abuja Mall

Nigeria’s number one indigenous supermarket brand, Prince Ebeano Supermarket is now ready to offer Abuja shoppers the intrinsic shopping experience that has made it one of the most patronised shopping malls around The supermarket will in the next couple of days throw its doors open to customers at a brand new complex in the centre […]

NLNG reiterates commitment to 100% LPG production to the domestic market

Nigeria LNG Limited has reiterated its commitment to 100% of its Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) production to the domestic market to support the growth of LPG utilisation in the country and help reduce the health, safety and environmental risks associated with the use of other domestic fuel sources. The Deputy Managing Director of Nigeria LNG […]

Anti-corruption Strategy

Naked Supreme Court Dance Not A Bad Thing After All

By Azu Ishiekwene When I first read the news in People’s Gazette through a link forwarded to me by a friend, I prayed that it would not be true. My prayer was in spite of the evidence to the contrary provided in watermarked documents by the news platform. The letter read like the demand of […]

Voices of history 3: Buhari and the anti-corruption war fatigue

By Dan Agbese Email: [email protected] SMS: 08055001912 Thomas Erskine, a British lawyer, defended Thomas Paine on charges of alleged treason in absentia on the publication of his book, The Rights of Man. In his address to the court on December 18, 1792, Erskine, famous for his flowery language, said, “Methinks, I see this noble and puissant nation, not […]