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Exclusive: Babies for Sale!

Exclusive: Babies for Sale!

Despite steps taken by several agencies and the federal government to stamp out child and human trafficking in the country, the illicit trade is still thriving and booming, reports Ohia Israel Babies are supposed to be gifts from God and no doubt a precious one for that matter. However, these rare and precious gifts from

Who Owns N14 Billion Ikeja Shopping Mall, Others, PDP Queries Tinubu

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has alleged that former Lagos State Governor, Bola Ahmed Tinubu illegally acquired a N14 Billion Ikeja Shopping Mall. The PDP also alleged that Tinubu stole from the coffers of the Lagos State Government during his tenure and used same proceed to acquire Oriental Hotels, Renaissance Hotel, Agindingbi, First Nation Airline,

LUTH: A Heaven of Corruption and Mismanagement

By WALE MOGAJI -SURULERE, Lagos. The Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) is always in the news for the wrong reason. We all remember the Baby Eniola saga, when an infant was given HIV-infected blood. The then Chief Medical Director (CMD), Prof. Tolu Odukoya did not take decent administrative step of resigning, he was forced out

Will Liberalizing the Power Sector solve the Problem of Capacity Shortage?

By FELIX AYANRUOH Introduction Nigeria has one of the most problematic electricity sectors in the world, with an estimated installed electricity generation capacity of 8,644 MW, and available capacity of only approximately 3,200 MW, to cater for the needs of a population of about160 million. By comparison, South Africa, with a population of just 50

Action Congress (AC) and Lagos State Finances

By Seyi Olu Awofeso Never in history has any Parliament adjourned official proceedings and marched to the private residence of a politician not holding public office to pledge the Parliament’s un-conditional allegiance to that politician; as happened in June 2007 – after the Lagos State Assembly was inaugurated by the new Governor; Raji Fashola –

On The Controversial BPE Sales

The recent recommendation of revocation of the Federal Government sale of Daily Times Nigeria Plc and nine other public enterprises by the Senate is a confirmation of the shortchanging of the country by public officials that managed the controversial privatisation programme. The Upper Legislative body, on December 20, assented to all 45 recommendations of its