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I have followed with keen interest the controversy over the announcement of cut-off marks for Nigeria’s admission processes for the 2017/2018 session, with many...

It has been a long while I wrote something of this length. Maybe during my days as a beat reporter at The Guardian and...
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On a visit to Windhoek, Namibia in 2013, I took a taxi to the city centre. I indicated to the driver the building I...

Today, we celebrate the first year anniversary of The Point Newspaper’s entry into the media space in Nigeria. In an enormously challenged economy, where...

When the story of Dr. Theresa Ugalahi, the Nigerian female medical doctor, who was badly battered by a fellow doctor cum Air Force officer, identified as Dr. Chukwuemeka Okpara,...

TOCHUKWU EZUKANMA At a church event, a then serving President said that he honoured the church’s invitation because the pastor of the church routinely prayed for...

Our political seas are rough. Our economy, experiencing a tsunami. Yet the two leading political parties; the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the...

For a considerable length of time now, the activities of some members of the Movement for Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) and...

My mind was away in a sort of wonderland, as I ruminated on what to write upon. Having listened to various radio stations to...

This year’s edition of Okpekpe International 10km Road Race, held on May 13, this year, was the fifth of its kind;but that is not...
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Bob Etemiku Following a global economic recession in 2008, then Secretary of the United States Treasury under the George W. Bush administration, Henry Paulson, proposed...

In France, the mood is foul. Multiple shock attacks at separate locations in Paris, the country’s capital, had claimed hundreds of lives of citizens...

When he was governor of Lagos State, Raji Fashola was notorious for collecting tolls. The joke used to be that if he constructed one...
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On Tuesday, a federal high court sitting in Lagos ruled that successive governments since 1999 erred by not publicising details of stolen funds that had been recovered. The judgment, delivered by...
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