Issues and Perspectives

CO-OPERATION FOR RECOVERY UNDER SAMOA AGREEMENT AND MATTERS ARISING. BY MOHAMMED KABIR ILYASU

CO-OPERATION FOR RECOVERY UNDER SAMOA AGREEMENT AND MATTERS ARISING Introduction Few realized how precarious the overall political situation in Nigeria has become, with government in disarray on how to tackle the economy and insecurities. With the economy shrinking, and, long endemic corruption transforming into something akin to looting. The further strengthening of government and institutional obligations is largely a task …

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HOW TO OVERCOME LIMITING BELIEFS. By Eugene Nanven

HOW TO OVERCOME LIMITING BELIEFS Overcoming limiting beliefs is crucial for personal growth and achieving one’s fullest potential. These beliefs, often deeply ingrained from past experiences, societal influences, or self-doubt, can significantly hinder our progress and hold us back from realizing our true capabilities. Addressing and transforming these beliefs requires a conscious and deliberate effort, fostering a mindset shift that …

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY VERSUS HUMAN CAPITAL CHALLENGE. By Sola Ogunsina

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY VERSUS HUMAN CAPITAL CHALLENGE. Local government, in Nigeria, is viewed as the third tiers of government. It is a constitutional creation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with the intentions well spelt out in 1976 Local Government Reforms initiated by the Federal Government of Nigeria as well as subsequent constitutional reforms . The major reason for the …

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THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE. By Eugene Nanven

THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE   The role of technology in combating climate change is both pivotal and transformative, offering innovative solutions to one of the most pressing challenges of our time. As part of my effort to build a better world for all, I firmly believe that technological advancements are essential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, …

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FRAMEWORK AND CONTEXT OF NWGF SUMMIT MEETING IN KATSINA: What must be done! By Mohammed Kabir ILYASU

FRAMEWORK AND CONTEXT OF NWGF SUMMIT MEETING IN KATSINA: What must be done! Introduction. The two days meeting of the North-West Peace and Security Summit in Katsina has brought to fore the need to revive traditional mechanism to arrest insecurity and its attendant Wahala. The meeting of the Nigeria Governors Forum was to work cooperatively with one another to develop …

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INSECURITY: NSA, Service Chiefs’ Collaboration Yielding Positive Results. By Oyagiri Chime-emele

INSECURITY: NSA, Service Chiefs’ Collaboration Yielding Positive Results Security of lives and property is one of the major responsibilities of government the world over. Any government that is found wanting to secure the territorial integrity and the lives of its citizens has failed its statutory responsibility. Nigeria, just like some other countries in the world, is facing a myriad of …

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The Minimum Wage conundrum and impending maximum trouble. By Lai Gidado

 The Minimum Wage conundrum and impending maximum trouble   I was just going through the social media being my usual practice in the evening after my Mogreeb prayer before Ishai and I stumbled on a post from a septuagenarian, a retired Federal Civil Servant. The post read; Even 500,000 Naira as minimum wage can not solve our problems, adding that …

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Pensioners’ Lives Matter: A Call for Urgent Reforms. By Lai Gidado

Pensioners’ Lives Matter: A Call for Urgent Reforms.   This article was first published on the 20th of November 2023. With the recent happenings in the country and the recent call for increase in salary of civil servants, one would expect that the TUC and NLC leadership would mention the retirees in their request for wage increase, no , not at …

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