Elrufai Goes To School
This column would be screaming for space if I were to venture into elucidating on Gov. Nasir Elrufai’s industrialisation drive in Kaduna, and how he is utilising the Federal Government’s policies and reforms, aimed at encouraging and boosting the local production of items that were hitherto imported, draining Nigeria of huge foreign exchange. Dano is […]
Insecurity: Party politics aside.
By Tahir Ibrahim Tahir Talban Bauchi. To the chagrin of APCists, and to the dismay of Buharists, ‘Bubu’ has been magnanimous in spreading our commonwealth, and the projects it brings, to all the geopolitical zones of the country; irrespective of party inclinations– or more definitively, without recourse to states that have been supporting him politically, […]
Nigeria @ 61: Battling with the Enemies within.
A visit to the Tomb of late Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Nigeria’s first Prime Minister, would definitely enlighten one about the struggles of our forefathers, in the quest for the independence of our beloved country Nigeria. The monument was designed to reflect on his simplistic lifestyle, and his struggle for the independence of his motherland. […]