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Debo Onifade

CAMA: Churches’ quest unjustifiable

CAMA: Churches’ quest unjustifiable

The Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA 2020) recently signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari is one that has generated a lot of controversies around it. Religious leaders, business owners, policy analysts and other elites have come out to say something about the act. Of these people, religious leaders seem to be the ones…

Unfavorable government policies: Nigerians set on the edge

Some realities in Nigeria will never ceases to amaze a large sector of the Nigerian nation which I can conveniently put to be the masses without any iota or tendency of being sentimental or subjective, reasons not far-fetched. Within the confines of governance and reaping of the benefits of the dividends of democracy in Nigeria,…

Electricity tariff hike

Even as the Nigerian federal government and the Nigerian nation at large is currently preparing for a post-covid-19 realities joining other nations of the world steer its internal arrangement and administration after it has been hit by the onslaught of the outbreak of the novel virus, corona virus which saw to the death of thousands…

Nigeria Ghana tussle: Sustaining international relations

Immigration in the world has always been one of the veritable ways in which several nations of the world initiates and establish strong communications between one another, a nation no matter how sophisticated it might claim to be that refuses to open its doors to other nations of the world will definitely find it hard…

The NBA and its travails

The Nigerian realities is one that will never come short in serving the nation with various intrigues and dramas, as with the dawn of every week something new pops up within the circles of the Nigerian socio discourse, something to keep the eagerly waiting Nigeria to grace these issues with breathtaking and eyebrow raising deadlines…

ASUU kicks against school re-opening

Students across the various States of the Nigerian Federation in the past few months has been seen visibly making their voices heard as they continually appease the Federal Government of Nigeria to re-open the locked Tertiary institutions across the nation. The students who have been intentional and emphatic about their demands from the Federal Government…