Friday, Dec 26

From this side of Nigerian TV stations

In recent times, TVC News is making itself a force to reckon with. The reach and quality of its news coverage say this much and this writer takes note. But some of its presenters will have to ensure they handle their bit better to ensure they aren’t a minus to the good work.

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Who killed Uncle Bola Ige?

There was once a Roman statesman, lawyer, political theorist, philosopher, widely considered one of Rome’s greatest orators and prose stylists. His name was Marcus Tullius Cicero who lived between (January 3, 106 BC and December 7, 43 BC) Cicero is generally seen as one of the most versatile minds of Roman culture and his writings, the paragon of classical Latin.

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Doomsday prophets and Abia PDP primaries

At last the first round of delegate elections in the build-up for the 2015 general elections has ended in Abia state. Candidates have emerged under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party to fly the party’s flag in the main election.

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The worst 10 of Goodluck Jonathan’s 2014

At the risk of putting a dampener on your holiday festivities, here’s a quick reminder of how badly 2014 went. Of course, we’ll rather sweep all of this under Nigeria’s Big Rug of Forgetfulness, but now that the presidential campaign is in full swing with the achievements of Goodluck Jonathan’s administration in roads, bridges and other petty infrastructure, here’s a quick look at the worst tragic events, inane policies and unresolved issues that plagued us in 2014 alone.

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Prof Oladipo: How dare you call Buhari a ‘semi-illiterate?

Professor Wale Oladipo, a professor of Nuclear analytical techniques at the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and a failed gubernatorial aspirant under the auspices of PDP in Osun state and also the current National Secretary of the ruling PDP, has been making headlines in the past few days as a statement claiming that GMB is a semi-illiterate has been credited to him.

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Erasing corruption in the Public Service

The perfection of open corruption on a huge scale was the most destructive legacy of past civilian and military administrations in Nigeria. The result was the near annihilation of the national psyche, the complete loss of faith in honesty, and the almost unshakeable entrenchment of cynicism toward the leadership and the entire system itself.

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The oil pricing paradox

Crude oil is the world’s most consumed energy; it actively runs and fuels the world’s economy. The recent slump in oil prices has proved that the United States is undoubtedly a major consumer and arguably the world’s largest economy.

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