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NIGERIANS were shocked to hear the news that doctors under the auspices of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) had called out their members on another indefinite strike action. Not a few Nigerians believe that the year 2013 was the worst in the history of labour relations in Nigeria as regards the number of industrial actions embarked upon by public servants. It

Redefining Excellence in Public Service

IN HER 442-page autobiographical book titled, “The War Against Counterfeit Medicine: My Story”, Prof. Dora Nkem Akunyili tried as much as she could to provide answers to some of the gnawing health issues that beset Nigeria before she became the Director-General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration

IN the last one month, Nigeria has attracted global attention like never before since the end of the civil war, 43 years ago. Never a day passes without any of the major international media outfits writing, talking or showing images of Nigeria. This has become the way of life since over 200 girls from Government Secondary School,

FINANCIAL crisis and increased responsibility for financial stability have focused attention on governance in central banking. Achieving effective oversight of specialized technical functions - without undermining institutional independence - demands the right people, processes and culture. This is why all over the world, countries try as

IN rejoicing over vociferous nationwide condemnation trailing Governor Murtala Nyako's unfortunate memo to the governors of northern Nigeria concerning the insecurity in the land, it is imperative that we put the issues in the right perspective.

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