Agents of Change - National Review congratulates

If you have ever wondered how China got to this stage as a major economic power in the world today, follow Mun C. Tsang’s peek into how the country’s educational plans have evolved to transform the largest populous nation in the world into the most prosperous one.

Short Story - How to Forgive and Forget

Saturday, 31 December 2016 00:00

Bashir Mustapha Ahmad narrates how an orphan survived the cruelty of his uncles and the hardships of society to become a respected leader by living with the principle of ‘forgive and forget’.

The Agonies of the Nigerian Youth

Saturday, 31 December 2016 00:00

Fatimah Idris Ahmad writes that unless drastic measures are taken to address the problems of youth in Nigeria, the country might be heading for the rocks

A Stitch in Time Saves Nine, a short story

Saturday, 31 December 2016 00:00

Sani Rasheed writes about a mother who over-pampered her daughter but learned lately that her approach was wrong when her daughter died from abortion.

Umar Sani Abdullahi tells a story of an orphan who grew from grass to grace just by being truthful in his line of trade.

‘Light Up Kwara’: Priority or opportunism?

Saturday, 31 December 2016 00:00

In these hard times that Nigeria among other countries is immersed in, a government is expected to show more sense of altruism than before. Beyond any doubt, the average Nigerian is suffering from pandemic starvation, no thanks to the current economic situation of the country. Except for politicians, there is famine among the people in Kwara State, in spite of regular farming. In times like this, responsible governments therefore, look before they leap in the light of spending so as to ensure a direction that can mostly benefit the people at the best.

Making Nigeria Police more professional

Monday, 21 November 2016 00:00

The axiom, “The Police is a friend,” has stood the test of time, yet many Nigerians find this as a nut too hard to crack, due to the way the police perform their duties in the country. Several Inspector-Generals of Police had come and gone since Nigeria obtained political independence from Britain in 1960, and each had tried to make the Nigerian Police Force better the way they deem fit.

How APC Rejects Victory in Kogi Guber Election

Tuesday, 01 December 2015 00:00

It is obvious that the All Progressive Congress (APC) did not want to be declared winner in the ‘inconclusive’ gubernatorial election of Nigeria’s north-central state of Kogi for trivial tribal reasons. Writes Oladimeji Amuda.

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