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Opinion: Judiciary Has Locked Us In A National Prison of Injustice

Judiciary has been described as the last hope of common man which was to provide a basic modicum of justice through a mix of professional norms, transparency, and...

X-Ray of Yahaya Bello’s One Year in Office as Kogi Governor

One major sign of the rising sophistication of Athenian society in the Golden Age was the upsurge of history as a diagnostic record of the nation’s past. As myth gave...

Women Inclusion in Governance as a Remedy for Igala Socio-Political Instability

History has it that sometime in the sixteenth century during the trouble period for the Igala race, Inikpi offered herself as a sacrifice, to be buried alive, in order...

Aborted Data Tarrif Increment; There is More Than Meets the Eye, A Sign of A Repressive Nation

Take it from Eritrea to North Korea and cross to Turkey and back to Equatorial Guinea the obvious sign of repressive nations are threatening jail terms for journalists;...

Opinion: Gov Bello and The Challenges of Civil Service Reform in Kogi

Since the return of democracy, Kogi’s past leaders have sought to increase the capacity and legitimacy of the state in part via civil service reform. Given the central...

Addressing The Menace of Ghost Workers in Yahaya Bello’s Way

The menace of ghost workers has taken a dangerous dimension in Kogi state over the years. Today in the state; there exist ghost workers and ghost ministries, ghost...

Let Ajaokuta Steel Company Roll Out Steel, MR PRESIDENT

The establishment of Ajaokuta Steel Company Limited (ASCL) was conceived to be the driving force of the nation’s quest for technological advancement. The...

The Dynamism of Kogi Politics by Onogwu Muhammed

Leadership is partly a matter of character, partly intellect, partly organization, and partly what Machiavelli called “fortuna,” the mysterious interaction of fate...