It is highly disappointing, and irresponsible of some NASS members with a clear mandate to make good laws for the socio-economic and political well-being of Nigerians while carrying out other legitimate oversight functions…

The fresh decision of the Federal Government of Nigeria to distribute textbooks and other instructional materials to students in public schools and colleges across the country could not have come at a much better time than now, at least against the backdrop of the wobbly fortunes of the all-important education industry in Nigeria in recent times…

The Government, again, must revive the nation’s economy by creating an enabling environment for more Nigerian businesses, particularly Small and Medium Enterprises to get listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange in order to access relatively cheap funds for growth and expansion…

There is, arguably, no other way the current Administration in Nigeria could prove to many anxious Nigerians and members of the international world, that it really means business in tackling the endemic corruption seriously retarding the progress of the country than implementing the recommendations in the Fuel Subsidy Report…

Toeing the line of the Senate’s latest resolution that Nigeria has had enough of Boko Haram’s unsettling and destructive activities in the country since 2009, the Government urgently needs to shore up its security intelligence apparatus in an attempt to crush this comparatively new evil confronting the nation…

Some unrepentant looters and economic saboteurs, including the heartless pension funds fraudsters have mindlessly ripped Nigeria, a nation generally adjudged the sixth largest producer of Crude Oil, of its massive wealth…

The petroleum sector is said to be accounting for about 90% of the nation’s overall revenue in a typical fiscal year. However, crude oil theft, which is certainly not a new phenomenon in the nation’s system over time, is fast assuming a detrimental dimension and posing a real threat to the socio-economic well-being of Nigerians…

The recurring and unwarranted diplomatic fireworks were obviously sparked again, by South Africa, otherwise called the Rainbow Nation, when it repatriated 125 Nigerians upon landing in Johannesburg weeks ago. For all intents and purposes, the fresh affront on Nigeria was infuriating, unprovoked…

There is, indeed, no gainsaying the fact that the age-long aphorism, “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail” becomes much relevant considering the observably untoward socio-economic realities cum apparent confusion in the workings of the leadership in Nigeria as of now…

It is a universal objective statement of fact that adequate electricity supply remains a major catalyst for any country’s drive towards the attainment of meaningful, sustainable socio-economic growth and development…