Essence Of Easter Still Missing In Governance – Church Leaders

Easter may not be associated with lightings, decorations, carols, home coming, long holidays and other forms of celebrations but it is a stronghold of the Christian faith. Millions of Christian faithful look forward to this period after celebrating Christmas in December. Inasmuch as the form of celebration varies from denomination to denomination, Christian faithful proclaim…

It’s unconstitutional to subject EFCC leadership to NASS clearance – Ribadu, former anti-graft boss

Aidoghie Paulinus, Abuja The pioneer Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Assistant Inspector General of Police, Nuhu Ribadu (rtd), has said that irrespective of what Nigerians think about the anti-graft war in the country, the war should be allowed to continue. Ribadu, who spoke with Sunday Sun in Abuja, said with over…

Nigeria: A battle of the gods

In Nigeria, there is a god, a deity of a special genre. It is called the military. Many things are fused into it. The Army, the Navy, the Airforce. Three components, one entity. The Nigerian military is theomorphic by reputation. It is worshipped, almost, by everyone. And just like gods of its nature, it assumes…

Philosophical reflection on public administration reform in Nigeria

Concluded Everyone remembers the horrific economic conditionalities of the structural adjustment programmes (SAPs) of the 80s, and the tough austerity experience they foisted on Nigerians. When funding of tertiary education through justifiable cost recovery came as one of the consequences of these economic conditionalities without policy makers thinking through the safety nets to mitigate equity…