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SATIRE SATURDAY: When will Saraki finally buy out Kwara state — officially?
Saraki has literally served as an alternative government towards whom the people run for political patronage.
INTERVIEW: Why I’m not competing at National Sports Festival — Okagbare
Okagbare also opposes open National Sports Festival.
ANALYSIS: Women not allowed level playing field in Nigeria’s party primaries
The outcome of party primaries indicate fewer women will be returned from the 2019 general elections, despite the growing agitation for higher representation of women in government in Nigeria
INTERVIEW: Why I’m contesting for Oyo governorship — SPN candidate, Bamigboye
Mr Bamigboye says he is in the race to offer a clear socialist alternative.
National Assembly not a rosy, efficient place for NYSC members
Corps members struggle for posting to the Assembly but soon find out it is not a land flowing with milk and honey.
INTERVIEW: 2019: Why I decided to run for President (II)– Ezekwesili
Oby Ezekwesili also speaks on her life as a pastor’s wife and some of her policy plans.
SATIRE SATURDAY: Jubril Al-sudaniy and why Buhari’s media aides need aides
Of course, there is no better way to detect corruption than by merely looking at the size of a president’s media team.
INTERVIEW: Babangida speaks on June 12, Abiola, Abacha, Kazeem Afegbua, others
Mr Babangida says he gave Nigerians advance warning of the annulment of the June 12, 1993 election.
INTERVIEW: 2019: Why we’re bringing 400 young candidates together for ‘The Convergence’ – Samson Itodo
Samson Itodo also speaks on the successes of the ‘Not Too Young To Runs’ movement and other matters.
INTERVIEW: Our grievances with ASUU – Breakaway university lecturers’ union
Some teachers at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife formed the Congress of Universities Academics (CONUA) following a crisis in the local branch of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) .
ANALYSIS: What Atiku plans to do if elected Nigerian president
The Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate unveiled his visions for Nigeria during a nationwide broadcast last week.
ANALYSIS: How Buhari’s ministers lost out in APC’s politicking
Only one of the seven ministers who participated in the recent APC primaries won the ruling party’s ticket for next year’s election
SATIRE SATURDAY: Ladoja, Akala, Ajimobi and the ‘Penkele’ in Oyo’s mess
Between 2003 and 2018, the fate of Oyo has been decided by the trio, and sadly, it’s been a sorry state of wretchedness.
How we successfully run business together and avoid scandals — Darey Alade, wife
Celebrity couple, Darey and Deola Art Alade speak on their careers, lives, family and how they have successfully navigated challenges in this exclusive interview.
INTERVIEW: 2019: How I will shock ‘BUTIKU’ (Buhari, Atiku) – Ezekwesili
…I will be the president that takes us on a race to the top, not a race to the bottom while ensuring the equality of opportunities…
ANALYSIS: How government failure renders Nigeria’s Health Act ‘ineffective’ (2)
The Act, though signed into law in 2014, has been largely unimplemented.
INTERVIEW: We believe INEC isn’t prepared for 2019 elections – SDP National Secretary
The SDP leader, Shehu Gabam, also speaks on the party’s presidential primary.
ANALYSIS: 2019: In Ondo Assembly’s crisis, Gov Akeredolu’s finds a test
Whatever the current position of each side of the divide, the assembly is for now, maimed and unable to function properly.
SATIRE SATURDAY: To whom will Sanwo-olu pay Lagos money?
We need no further directive on how the incoming government would be run: it’s an extension of the status quo.
INTERVIEW: How tradition plays critical role in building modern structures – Ghanaian Architect
The architect shares his thoughts on ‘vernacular-contemporary philosophy’ of architecture in designing ‘timeless buildings.’
INTERVIEW: Why I want to govern Oyo State – NIP candidate Omobolanle Sarumi-Aliyu
Omobolanle Sarumi-Aliyu says she has everything required to be governor of Oyo State
World Toilet Day: Experts worried Nigeria may overtake India as number one in open defecation
The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2017 reports reveal that 28.5 per cent of the Nigerian population practise open defecation, while 110 million citizens lack access to improved sanitation.
Analysis: Poverty Reduction: How Atiku’s policy differs from Buhari’s
Mr Abubakar’s plan does not get to grips with the gaps in the current administration’s policy and consequently offers no remedy.
Dissecting National Health Act: What Nigerians need to know (1)
PREMIUM TIMES introduces a series to explain comprehensively the provisions of the Act.
INTERVIEW: Intra-African trade: Why we must take our destiny in our own hands — AFREXIMBANK VP
The volume of trade between countries in Africa currently accounts for only 15 per cent of total world trade.