Tag: reforms

Oludolapo AdelanaDecember 6, 2017

YNaija Says: #EndSARS is an expression of everything that is wrong with Nigeria’s leadership

Nigerians have expressed outrage at the activities of men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Nigeria Police Force. Top ...

AzeezOctober 3, 2017

NNPC GMD is destroying my reforms | Kachikwu petitions Buhari

Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu has written a petition against the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum ...

EditorAugust 24, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] Reforming Nigeria’s defective Policing system

The Nigeria Police Force at the moment is not fulfilling its mandate of protecting the citizens. They have become a ...

Op-ed EditorApril 7, 2017

Opinion: 5 things you should know about the 8th Senate’s Electoral Amendment Bill

by Olu W. Onemola   Last week, the Nigerian Senate passed the Electoral Act No 6 2010 (Amendment) Bill 2017 ...

Mazi EmekaAugust 30, 2016

Opinion: Implementing PIB to compliment subsidy removal

By Okoye chike A drowsy air in the nation economy as we continue to chart a way forward in the ...

Adebayo EmuleomoJune 24, 2016

‘We’ve created a new manual for prosecuting financial cases’ – Sagay

Itse Sagay, Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Anti-Corruption on Thursday, disclosed that the committee has found a way ...

May 29, 2014

Alkasim Abdulkadir: NERC’s tariff regimes in a season of reforms (Y! FrontPage)

by Alkasim Abdulkadir Nigeria can no longer afford not to have an efficient electricity market that meets the needs of ...

March 28, 2014

Tunde Leye: How your magic bills are calculated by PHCN

by Tunde Leye In my area where the power has been virtually non-existent since January, my electricity bill has remained ...

November 21, 2013

Things fall apart: AAUA dumps ASUU strike, orders students to resume on Monday

by Akan Ido Things appear to be falling apart for the ongoing Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike as ...

August 22, 2013

Opinion: Pension – Waiting for the dead man’s shoes

by Josef Omorotionwan All these sordid affairs have perhaps been consigned to history. But the rightful owners of the money ...

April 13, 2013

Opinion: NECO and JAMB – Looking beyond the recommendations of the Oronsaye committee report

by Theophilus Ilevbare The implication is that our entire oil earnings for the year cannot pay the salaries and allowances ...

September 6, 2012

Goodluck means power: President recomposes two power sector committees

by Stanley Azuakola Right from his first few months in office, one thing the body language of President Goodluck Jonathan ...

September 1, 2012

Foreign development partners panic as Barth Nnaji hands over at the Power Ministry

by Isi Esene There are indications that Nigeria’s development partners particularly in the power sector are uncomfortable with the sudden ...

August 20, 2012

Opinion: Power sector reform – Is there light in the tunnel?

by Abraham Ogbodo WHEN the matter was put to vote the ayes had it. When motion was proposed at the ...

July 24, 2012

“There will be no retrenchments and no reduction in salaries” – Barth Nnaji wants PHCN workers to calm down

by Adeniyi Abdul Minister of Power Professor Barth Nnaji has called on PHCN workers to cooperate with the government in ...

April 17, 2012

Report: “We’re excited about investing in Nigeria”

by Chi Ibe Political corruption and lack of transparency have plagued Nigeria’s government in the past, discouraging investors. But now, ...

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