Wednesday, Dec 24
Tuesday, Dec 23
Monday, Dec 22

Stemming child abuse

Recently, a video recording of a house maid inflicting unbelievable pains on a hapless 18-month-old child, whom ironically she was meant to look after, went viral on social media. The dreadful sight of the maid pouncing and pounding on the ill-fated child was met with widespread indignation across the globe.

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Thursday, Dec 18

Can ICPC stop corruption at our airports?

I once heard a story which paints a sad picture of the entrenched culture of corruption and extortion of Nigerian and foreign travellers by immigration officers and other agencies at our international airports – the Murtala Muhammed International Airport being the most notorious.

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Wednesday, Dec 17

The Police and the society

In recent times, the activities of the Nigerian Police have generated intense debate. Different opinions ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous have been canvassed on what a model Police Force should look like.

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How CPC nailed Coca Cola

To the admiration of lovers of human rights and particularly consumer rights advocates, on Monday December 15th 2014, the Lagos-based Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mr Femi Falana, was quoted in the media to have written to the Coca Cola Company urging the management to comply with Nigeria’s local laws.

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Monday, Dec 15

Lagos and waste management

That Lagos is the commercial nerve centre of West Africa and one of the most populous cities in the world is incontrovertible. It is this reality that is partly responsible for the prosperity of the city.

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Saturday, Dec 13
Wednesday, Dec 10

Boko Haram: Plight of internally displaced persons

When one is faced with two evils, it is natural to focus attention on the greater evil. The evil of Boko Haram is perhaps unarguably the greatest evil Nigeria has to confront at this time. However, Boko Haram is a cause that has rippled effects on almost all spheres of our national life.

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