By Sani Bello Hamza Nigeria; a country naturally blessed with abundant resources; a fine and reliable crude oil; a thriving agriculture; a resilient youth and a hardworking population. Yet, it citizens are trapped in a third-person induced hardship and suffering. The citizens of the country are unable to cater for
A CRY FROM THE VICTIMS OF THE MODERN DAY SLAVERY: THE CONTRIBUTORY PENSION SCHEME. AN INSTRUMENT OF ECONOMIC ANNIHILATION OF WORKERS TO DEATH IN ABJECT POVERTY AFTER RETIREMENT. SAVE OUR SOULS FROM PENCOM AND PFA. Retirees under Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS) are suffering. Stop the exploitation and rip-off under the
By Abdulgaffar Amoka The result of the recently concluded congregation’s elections in ABU was breaking news for Education Monitor. I was unaware of the election’s outcome until I came across the publication. It came with a captivating headline; ABU ASUU Influence Wanes, As SSANU Beats Union at Congregation Election to
By Mahfouz Mundadu In the annals of democratic societies, the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms is crucial to preserving the essence of a fair and just system. Among these fundamental rights, freedom of religion, conscience, and association stand as pillars upon which democratic societies are built. However, it
Nigeria, a cosmopolitan country with vaults of resources is populated by many politicians, judges and elites who are responsible for its poor management. This set of people have been controlling the electoral processes for quite a long period of time, thereby transforming the seats of leadership to their ‘personal property’.
By Waziri Mahdi Isa As it draws near to the Gubernatorial and State House of Assembly elections in Nigeria, which is set to hold on Saturday, 18th March, 2023, the Coordinator, and one of the founding fathers of Samaru Youths Connect, Comrade Muhammad S. Umar, explained to Education Monitor