Saturday , 1 October 2022


A response to BAT

That is N100 million naira worth to you? This amount of money could pay the fees for over 350 students in the Nigerian Law School today. It could pay for the hospital bills for at least 1,000 mothers, ensuring the safe delivery of their babies- In a country with the third highest rate of maternal deaths in the world, this ... Read More »

I am in possession of the following helpful clarifications & factual rebuttals on the Titan/ Union Bank issue

This manner of intervention by Government either directly or through AMCON is not peculiar to Union Bank. All such “intervened banks” as they were called were insolvent with huge negative shareholders’ funds. The premise of the CBN-led intervention was that government needed to inject sufficient equity to bring networth to zero to make investment a reasonable contemplation by private shareholders. ... Read More »

Tinubu’s trajectory towards 2023: Who’s afraid of Asiwaju?

“You can measure a man by the opposition it takes to discourage him.” Ab initio, it is instructive to state succinctly and saliently that the opinion of the columnist in the Followership Challenge of this week is neither solicited nor a hatchet job like some analysts or critics would make readers to believe. It is borne out of a belief ... Read More »


BY: SUNDAY ADEBAYO It is no longer news that Abdulrasheed Bawa is on his way to becoming the new chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFFC as nominated by President Muhammadu Buhari, pending the Senate’s approval. This relatively unknown young man appears to be the perfect match for the country’s fight against corruption, both in the low and ... Read More »

HOUSE OF FRUAD : How Lawmakers plan on hijacking 774,000 jobs meant for Nigerian youths

BY Jite Usman The evolution of cameras has made the public court one of the most reliable sources of undiluted justice for the common man, and has also provided unimpeachable opportunities for proper analysis of controversial events. Festus Keyamo, SAN, the Honourable Minister of State for Labour, has been a leading beneficiary of justice from public courts for over two ... Read More »

Remove fuel subsidy, create a million jobs

price controls are regarded by economists as one of the worst forms of intervention in markets. Over the years, the history of governments implementing price controls has shown that it is a failed venture. If truth be told, no measure implemented to control prices can overcome the basic economic forces of supply and demand on a long-term basis. Government involvements ... Read More »

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