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IT’S UNCHARITABLE TO CRUCIFY ABUBAKAR MALAMI ON THE PURPORTED AMENDED RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT FOR LEGAL PRACTITIONERS – DR. KAYODE AJULO

There is no doubting that recent incidence in the Nigerian Bar Association which include the formation of facsimile bodies of legal practitioners seem to reveal that the NBA is going through a turbulent and unprecedented time. These developments have generated hues and hubris from different quarters and strata. What seems …

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Notes from Ministerial performance review retreat, by Femi Adesina

“You can’t manage what you can’t measure,” posits management thinker, Peter Drucker. And that was one of the reasons that got the Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to embark on a 2-day Performance Review Retreat for its Ministers, Permanent Secretaries, and other top functionaries. The event held Monday and Tuesday this …

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Happy 72nd Birthday to Elder Alfred Nunu

A birthday is a momentous occasion to be commemorated just as a nation commemorates its birth or as an organization celebrates its founding. It is also a time to celebrate birth itself. It is an expression of thanks to God for being born and still being alive, an occasion to …

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Why Covid-19 Spreads Fast In Hotels

Study has revealed that proprietors in the hospitality business who own hotels, guest houses, resort centers etc, are now failing or recalcitrant in upholding basic hygiene and safety measures to break the chain of Covid-19 and stop the spread of the pandemic in their facilities. Many of them are also …

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Happy Birthday To Dr Kola Adesina, By Emmanuel Ajibulu

Happy Birthday To Dr Kola Adesina Today, August 12, 2020, I celebrate Director at Sahara Group, my ingenious Egbon, Dr Kola Adesina on the occasion of his birthday; an uncommon entrepreneur whose experience and exploits traverse the academia, finance, energy, trade and diplomacy. Sir, you truly epitomize hard work, perseverance, …

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Social media new platform for teachers seeking help

• Some of the discussions about teacher’s plight on the social media. Teachers, particularly those in the private sector, are among the set of workers worst hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Schools have been closed since March 23 meaning they have missed out on four months of earning. Some schools …

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Why Sector Reforms Must Be Given The Necessary Impetus

By Festus Akinde Gerald Reform is the engine that drives economic growth. Nigeria, conscious of this fact has successfully carried out reforms in several critical sectors including telecoms, ports, and pensions. Reforms are necessary where services and development in the various sectors are not being provided at optimal levels making …

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