Category: Opinion

Suddenly, no longer St. Godswill Akpabio

  By Utibe Nwakanma President Muhammadu Buhari’s extension of the tenure of the Interim Management Committee,IMC of the Niger Delta Development Commission,...

Uzodimma: Easter offers us opportunity to rethink essence of our humanity

100 days in office: Uzodimma has stablised Imo

  By Chuks Osuji I had serious temptation of not writing on Uzodimma’s one hundred days in office. On the other hand, as a public opinion analyst, I equally had...

COVID-19: Reactions of print media managers

By Abiola Ayankunbi Businesses and crisis are like siamen twins whether it is an incident that warrants an immediate attention or an event that makes headlines across...

Kano’s curious deaths

  By Lasisi Olagunju Between a harvest of contagious, high and low calibre corpses in Kano and government distributing colon cancer as palliative for COVID-19,...

Kano City, killing field of pandemic in Africa

  By Prof. Usman Yusuf 25th April 2020 I raised alarm in an article I wrote which was published in the Daily Trust Newspaper (page 6) on April 22nd, 2020 on how...

COVID-19: Need for urgent unlocking plans by FG … before our economy dies

By Olaniyi Opanuga. I have noticed with nostalgia that many journalists are no longer as enthusiastic as before but merely getting by with ink flowing faintly from thier...

Marketing principles that can enlarge your business

Here are some general principles that would help your business to expand over a short period of time if you use them consistently. They are tried and tested by various...

COVID-19 may push print media industry to precipice

By Abiola Ayankunbi The problems of those saddled with managing operations in the print media firms have been compounded. Although, this is not applicable to the media...

COVID-19: FG/states’ palliative, the pains, fraud and deceit within

By Tunde Abatan There is no doubt about the fact that Nigeria is a country of one day one trouble. For every crisis in the country and its management there is always a...

Can Telecommunication Companies in Nigeria do more to support the Covid19 War? Most definitely. – Seyi Olufade

åThe COVID19 situation is not just a phase we are waiting out; it is an all-out war, a real matter of life and death. Makes one wonder why establishments that can help...