Category: Ace Thought

PIGB: NASS vows push for presidential assent

Hurting democracy

  If you quickly pan your eyes camera through the global media landscape, you would be amazed at what you would capture. The misdeeds of some leaders and how the term...

MDAs: Adeosun advocates tying tenures to revenue targets

How taxpayers can develop Nigeria

  Globally, taxpayers are drivers of national development. It is easier to find riverheads without water than to find robust public coffers without a dynamic pool...

Buhari

Is Nigeria ready for Continental Free Trade Area?

  President MuhammaduBuharioften presents himself as a leader of leaders in international fora. When he mounts international soapbox you see a leader that thinks...

Olusegun Obasanjo

Sinking into the abyss of nihilism

  Former President OlusegunObasanjo attests to the fact that the pen is mightier than the sword. His missives and press releases often have vatic elements. They...

Presidency confirms Osinbajo as Buhari’s running mate in 2019

Why government should invest in human capital

  The World Economic Forum (WEF) in its published report of Global Human Capital Index2017 ranked Nigeria 114th out of 130 economies. In key sub-index Nigeria’s...

Armed-Fulani-herdsmen

Reforming nomadic killers

  Rampaging nomadic killers made it impossible for many empathic detribalized Nigerians to bask in the euphoria of the New Year. On Tuesday 2nd January, suspected...

Buhari

That better days may come indeed

  Dear reader, it gives me great joy to wish you happy and prosperous New Year. Every New Year offers unique opportunities for growth and development. 2018 is not...

insecurity

Re-examining the primary purpose of government

By Ace Omozuwa The former governor of Kaduna State, Alhaji Balarabe Musa, rightly captured the state of insecurity in Nigeria when he noted; “Nobody is safe in...

Libya migrants

Weep for humanity, not for Libya

By Ace Omozuwa The Libyan slave market is a moral blight. It shows endemic greed is a cause of most human maladies, a cause of civilizational regress. Greed is...

port

Making a case for user-friendly ports

  Globalization is not a nominal ideology; it is the creative lifeforce of the prevailing worldeconomic system. Its ascent in the last few decades has incentivized...

Rethinking Koko saga

Rethinking Koko saga

By Ace Omozuwa In 1988, following the discovery of toxic waste in Koko, a small village in Delta state, there was a global outcry against the despicable activities of...

Apapa-gridlock

Impassable Apapa Roads

By Ace Omozuwa The road networks to and withinApapa are in awful state. They create the impression that policymakers, industrialists, and governments are yet to fully...

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