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Azu Ishiekwene

An Accident El-Rufai Can’t Help

Governor Nasir El-Rufai may have been an accidental public servant by his own account, but he may well be the sort of accident that the public service needs. In a battle that promises to be nasty, the governor said he would fire 21,780 or two thirds of the teachers in

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What Guardian Tortoise Says About Buhari

The cartoon was published in The Guardian on a Sunday sometime in 2016. It was a depiction of the tortoise approaching the gate of the Presidential Villa, carrying the sign, “Slow and steady.” On that Sunday, nearly one year after President Muhammadu Buhari was elected and months, I think, after he announced

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From Maikanti To Maina: What Next?

It’s one of the ironies of the times that those getting the worst deal from retirement savings are the most vulnerable, the people that the scheme is supposed to help. Stories about pensioners dying in long, waiting lines have moved from front pages to obscure spots, yet we’re often confronted

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Rochas Okorocha Is Killing Me

After calling out the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, twice in ten months, I gave up. The governor has the whole of Imo as his duchy and he will do what he will do. So, what’s the point? If I’m now constrained to cry more than the bereaved people of

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