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  • Is Corruption to Blame for Nigeria’s Rising Energy Prices?

    Nigerians are paying more and more for their energy bills – and getting less and less for their money. The…

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  • Nigerians die 10 years earlier than our neighbours. Why don’t we use our digital-genius to fix that?

    Nigeria spends more on healthcare than almost any of our neighbors – but we have very little to show for…

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  • Nigerian Elites Beware As Illicit Overseas Assets Take Centre Stage in Russia/Ukraine War

    No Nigerian can fail to have been moved by the scenes of carnage coming out of Ukraine following the cruel…

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  • As Nigeria’s corruption ranking slips AGAIN, only President Buhari can fix it

    Another annual international Corruption Perception Index, another year of depressing reading for Nigeria. This year’s league table of the most…

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  • Is Britain Still Qualified to Call Nigeria “Fantastically Corrupt”?

    With a Prime Minister under police investigation and £4.3bn of COVID-19 fraud, can Britain continue to call Nigeria “fantastically corrupt”?…

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  • What Politicians Need to Learn from Davido

    It is clearly obvious that Nigerians trust pop stars enough to send them money. As a result, politicians need to…

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  • Lekki Tollgate: In the Name of Reconciliation, the Truth Must Come Out

    At the Lekki toll gate, officers of the Nigerian army shot, injured and killed unarmed helpless and defenseless protesters, without…

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  • eNaira: Could Nigeria become the world’s first cashless country?

    Transparency and accountability are practically impossible with anonymous and untraceable cash payments. And this has huge implications when it comes…

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  • One year after #EndSARS Nigeria remains “ungovernable” and “abysmal” on transparency

    In October 2020 the eyes of the World were on Nigeria as the #EndSARS protests – the largest anti-government protests…

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  • Nigerians may not object to internet shutdowns to stop kidnapping. But did we object to SARS being set up to stop robbery?

    No-one would object to the government doing everything in its power to stop the kidnapping gangs terrorising Nigeria’s northern regions…

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