Articles In National Newspapers By CARL UMEGBORO

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Articles In National Newspapers By CARL UMEGBORO

  • 1. Naming a Dog ‘Buhari’ (The NATION Newspapers on 02 September, 2016).
  • 2. Dog Naming, Lopsided Appointment and Its Repercussions (Sunday TELEGRAPH on 18 September, 2016).
  • 3. BIAFRA: Fani-Kayode’s Meteoric Sympathy and Antics on Marginalization (VANGUARD Newspapers on 28 September, 2016).
  • 4. FULANI HERDSMEN: When will Invasion and Arbitrary Killings of Innocent Citizens Cease (DAILY INDEPENDENT Newspapers on 29 September, 2016).

  5. ECONOMIC RECESSION: Paradigm Shift as a Remedial Mechanism (THISDAY   Newspapers on 14 September, 2016 / GUARDIAN on 02 October, 2016).

  • 6. ECOWAS Court and Contemporary Nigeria (THISDAY Newspapers on 12 October, 2016).
  • 7. CCT TRIAL: The Impeccability of Government’s Withdrawal of Saraki, Ekweremadu’s Case (DAILY TRUST Newspapers on 12 October, 2016).
  • 8. DSS RAID: Dangerous Contradictions in NJC’s Position (DAILY TRUST on 18 Oct, 2016).
  • 9. IHIALA: The Plight ofa Forgotten People (The GUARDIAN on 27 October, 2016).
  1. 10. Law School and Noun Law Graduates (The GUARDIAN on 25 October, 2016 / The NATION Newspapers on 31 October, 2016 / VANGUARD Newspapers on 09 November, 2016).
  1. 11. Untying Tradition, Sentimentalities from Rule of Law (The GUARDIAN on 02, Nov., 2016).
  1. 12. OONI’S PANACHE: A Quintessential of New Generation’s Willpower (DAILY TRUSTNewspapers on 07 Nov, 2016).
  1. 13. Learning From Dan Nzelu (DAILY TRUST on 07 November, 2016).
  1. 14. Public Lecture delivered at The Law, Ethics & Good-Governance Symposium –(PIGB News-12 Nov,2016).
  1. 15. Trump’s Trumpets and Political Realities (The TIDE Newspapers on 14 November, 2016).
  1. 16. America and the rest of the World (DAILY SUN on 18 November, 2016).
  1. 17. America’s Idiosyncrasies Defy First World Country Status (NATIONAL MIRROR (20 Nov 2016).
  1. 18. Ooni and the New Generation (THE TIDE Newspapers on 21 November, 2017).
  1. 19. America’s Idiosyncrasies and First World Status (The TIDE Newspapers on 28 Nov, 2016).
  • 20. Amnesty and Niger Delta Militancy (DAILY SUN of 22 November, 2016).
  • 21. Futility of One-way Assets Declaration (The GUARDIAN on 27 November, 2016 / VANGUARD Newspapers on 07 December, 2016 / THE TIDE Newspapers on 19 December, 2016).
  • 22. Biafra and the One-Nigeria Project (VANGUARD Newspapers on 29 November, 2016).
  • 23. Rivers Rerun and Do-Or-Die Politics (DAILY TRUST on 02 December, 2016 / THE NATION on 02 December, 2016 / THE SUN Newspapers on 05 December, 2016).
  • 24. Ben Bruce and Commonsense on Economic Recession (THE GUARDIAN Newspapers on 25 December, 2016 / THISDAY Newspapers on 24 December, 2016 at page 12).
  • 25. Still On Rivers Rerun (DAILY SUN Newspapers on 29 December, 2016).
  • 26. RIVERS RERUN: Insatiability and Crocodile Tears (THE NATION Newspapers on 30 December 2016).
  • 27. Kalu’s Political Arithmetic  (DAILY SUN Newspapers on 12 January, 2017).
  • 28. Nigerian Lawmakers and Economic Recession (The TIDE Newspapers on 16 January, 2017).
  • 29. INEC, Voters’ Card and Fundamental Rights (The NATION Newspapers on 13 January, 2017 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE Newspapers on 14 January, 2017).
  • 30. Between Law School and NOUN Law Graduates (DAILY SUN Newspapers on 06 February, 2017.
  • 31. The Implications of Buhari’s Absence (DAILY SUN Newspapers on 14 February, 2017).
  • 32. Nasir El-Rufai and the Igbo Marginalization (DAILY POST Newspapers on 20 March, 2017).
  • 33. Buhari’s Change and Economic Realities (The TIDE Newspapers on 20 March. 2017).
  • 34. Uniform Drama and Senate’s Pursuit of Shadows Amidst Economic Crisis (DAILY SUN on 23/03/17).
  • 35. Ali and Senate’s Pursuit of Shadows (The TIDE Newspapers on 27 March, 2017).
  • 36. El-Rufai’s Wolf Cry for Igbos (The TIDE Newspapers on 29 March, 2017).
  • 37. Impediments to Confab Report and the Way Forward (DAILY SUN Newspapers on 29 March, 2017).
  • 38. The Law Reform, Impediments and Way Forward (NIGERIAN PILOT Newspapers on 29 March, 2017).
  • 39. Between Kutigi’s Confab and Uwai’s Report (The TIDE Newspapers on 17 April, 2017).
  • 40. The Agony Of NOUN Law Graduates (The TIDE Newspapers on 03 May, 2017).
  • 41. Osinbajo and the Perceived ‘Coordinating’ Mandate (The GUARDIAN on 12 May 2017).

  • 42. Appraising APC’s First-Half and Way Forward (DAILY TRUST on 04 June, 2017).
  • 43. As Buhari enters second half (The TIDE Newspapers on 05 June, 2017).
  • 44. MELAYE: Let The People Decide (DAILY SUN on June 26, 2017 at pg 17).
  • 45. The School Curriculum Brouhaha (The NATION on 04 August, 2017).
  • 46. The Protests over Buhari’s Vacation (DAILY SUN on 14 August, 2017 at pg 16).
  • 47. Who Is The President of Nigeria (14 August 26, 2017 on AFRICAN PRESS REVIEW).

48. In Defense of New School Curriculum (The TIDE Newspapers on 21 August, 2017).

  • 49. Much Ado About Buhari’s Speech And The Rodent’s Invasion (DAILY TRUST on 26 August, 2017 / ORIENT Newspapers on August 31, 2017) / Vanguard Newspapers on 01 September, 2017)
  • 50. Buhari’s Speech and Rodents’ Invasion (DAILY SUN on 28 August 2017).
  • 51. NOUN Law Graduates Confident in Court (THIS DAY on 11 September, 2017).
  • 52. Of JAMB’s New Benchmark, Curriculum Review (NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 14 September, 2017)
  • 53. NOUN, FHC and the New Judgment Date (NIGERIAN TIDE on 25 September, 2017 / PUNCH Newspapers on 26 September, 2017 at editorial page 20).
  • 54. GSM and a Myriad of Tricking, Unsolicited Value-Added Service (The AUTHORITY on 25 September, 2017).
  • 55. GSM Companies and Unsolicited Services (NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 29 September, 2017).
  • 56. NOUN and the New Judgment Date (THE BLUEPRINT Newspapers on 03 October, 2017).
  • 57. The President and the portfolio of Minister of Petroleum Resources (Daily TRUST on 20 October 2017 at pg43 / THE AUTHORITY Newspapers on 20 October 2017 at pg 18).
  • 58. Buhari as Minister of Petroleum Resources (THE GUARDIAN on 23 October, 2017).
  • 59. LAW SCHOOL/NOUN: The Judgment, AGF’s Connivance and the Way Forward (Sunday TELEGRAPH newspapers on 19 November, 2017 at pg 15).
  • 60. El-Rufai and the Mass Dismissal of Incompetent Teachers (NEW NIGERIAN Newspapers on 19 November, 2017 / PUNCH Newspaper on 06 December, 2017).
  • 60. Anambra election of civilized people, democracy (NIGERAN TRIBUNE on 23 Nov 2017).
  • 62. Political intrigues and the 2019 Presidential Election (GUARDIAN Newspaper on 07 December, 2017 / NEW NIGERIAN Newspaper on 05 December, 2017 / Daily SUN (full back-page) on 15 December, 2017).

63. NOUN, self-seeking cabals and global education policies (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 10 December, 2017).

  • 64. Rochas Okorocha and the controversial new ministry (NEW NIGERIAN newspaper on 12 December, 2017).
  • 65. Immunity for Judges? (THE NATION Newspaper on 15 December, 2017).
  • 66. The Bar and Hijab Brouhaha (THE PUNCH on 20 December, 2017 at pg20 / Daily SUN on 04 January, 2018 at pg 17 / The TIDE on 17 January, 2018).
  • 67. Buhari’s New Year broadcast and matters arising (DAILY TRUST on 5 January, 2018 / The PUNCH on 8 January, 2018 / Sunday TELEGRAPH on 6 January, 2018).
  • 68. Judges’ purported immunity and separation of powers (DAILY SUN on 12 Jan. 2018  pg17).
  • 69. Nigeria’s budget and a fundamental incompatibility (NEW TELEGRAPH on 21 January, 2018 at page 15).
  • 70. Nigeria’s budget of fundamental incompatibility (Nigerian TRIBUNE on 23 January, 2018).
  • 71. Nigeria’s budget: A fundamental incompatibility (PUNCH newspaper on 31 January, 2018).
  • 72. Obasanjo’s Epistle to the President (NIGERIAN TIDE on 02 February, 2018.
  • 73. Controversial Peace Corps bill: Matters arising (PUNCH newspaper on 9 March, 2018 / DAILY SUN on 9 March, 2018 / THIS DAY on 09 March, 2018 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 11 March, 2018).
  • 74. NASS and Scandalous Running Costs (NIGERIAN TIDE on 14 March, 2018).
  • 75. N13.5m: Senators and their Monthly Running Costs (NEW TELEGRAPH on 18 March, 2018 / VANGUARD Newspaper on 19 March, 2018 / THE PUNCH on 22 March, 2018).
  • 76. INEC and Election Reordering Bill (AUTHORITY Newspaper on 19 March, 2018 / DAILY SUN on 22 March, 2018).
  • 77. Lawmakers’ Jumbo Allowances (DAILY SUN 28 March, 2018)
  • 78. IBB, Obasanjo’s outbursts are anti-democratic (DAILY TRUST on 4 April, 2018 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 15 April, 2018).
  • 79. Obiano’s mandate and development in Anambra state (DAILY SUN on 6 April, 2018).
  • 80. Anambra and Obiano’s second mandate (NATION newspapers on 12 April, 2018).
  • 81. NOUN Law graduates meet DSS, suspend proposed protest (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 25 April, 2018 / DAILY HERALD on 27 April, 2018).
  • 82. OMO-AGEGE: Suspension of elected senator is treasonous (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 22 April, 2018 / THE NEWS on 16 April, 2018).
  • 83. MELAYE: Triumphal but not yet Uhuru (DAILY TRUST on 2 May, 2018 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 6 May, 2018 at pg 15 /   NIGERIAN TIDE on 9 May, 2018).
  • 84. Melaye, Senate and Police brouhaha (AUTHORITY Newspaper on 6 May, 2018 /DAILY PUNCH on 7 May, 2018 at pg 26 / BLUEPRINT on 10 May, 2018).
  • 85. IGP’s SUMMONS: Senate acting out of order (AUTHORITY Newspaper 12 May, 2018 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 13 May, 2018).
  • 96. Senate, IGP Face-off: What Next? (THIS DAY Newspaper on 15 May, 2018).
  • 87. Keyamo’s appointments and matters arising (NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 27 May, 2018).
  • 88. Prepaid metering as remedial mechanism for improved electricity (PUNCH Newspaper on 17 July, 2018 / THE NATION on 17 July, 2018 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 17 July, 2018 / SUNDAY TELEGRAGH on 22 July, 2018).
  • 89. EKITI Election: Matter arising (THE AUTHORITY Newspaper on 23 July, 2018 / THISDAY Newspaper on 26 July, 2018 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 29 July, 2018).
  • 90. Prepaid metering and improved electricity (DAILY SUN at pg 16 on 26 July, 2018).
  • 91. 2019: Between broom revolution and umbrella united (TheWorldNEWS / THE NATION on 26 July, 2018 / LEADERSHIP on 3 July, 2018 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 5 August, 2018 / DAILY SUN on 6 August, 2018 at pg 17).
  • 92. Dasuki’s detention: Matters arising (AUTHORITY Newspaper on 7 August, 2018 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 12 August, 2018 at pg 43).
  • 93. Kemi Adeosun and the NYSC saga (NIGERIAN TIDE on 15 August, 2018 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 19 August, 2018 at pg 15).
  • 94. Saraki and senate leadership (DAILY TRUST on 20 August, 2018 / AUTHORITY Newspaper on 20 August, 2018).
  • 95. Trump’s ‘lifeless’ remarks: Reckless and amateurish (DAILY TRUST on 30 August, 2018).
  • 96. 2019: Between Buhari and Atiku (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 4 November, 2018).
  • 97. Buhari and WAEC certificate saga (ThisDay on 5 November, 2018 at pg 14  /  PUNCH Newspaper on 5 November, 2018 at pg 26  /  DAILY SUN on 6 November, 2018  /  GUARDIAN Newspaper on 16 November, 2018).
  • 98. Needless hoopia over PMB’s WAEC certificate (LEADERSHIP Newspaper on 6 Nov, 2018).
  • 99. ASUU and new minimum wage (NATION Newspaper on 12 November, 2018 / THISDAY Newspaper on 13 November, 2018).

100.    Ending ASUU, new minimum wage imbroglio (NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 13      Nov, 2018).

101.    The new minimum wage pandemonium (DAILY TRUST on 14 November, 2018).

102.    ASUU and new minimum wage saga (DAILY SUN on 14 November, 2018  /  LEADERSHIP Newspaper on 14 Nov, 2018  /  PUNCH Newspaper on 15 November, 2018  /  DAILY TRUST on 17 November, 2018  /  SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 18 November, 2018).

103.    Time for issues-based campaigns (DAILY SUN on 22 November, 2018)

104.    Salient issues before pitching for the 2019 polls (DAILY SUN on 29 Nov, 2018).

105.    2019 Presidency: Salient issues before pitching a tent (DAILY TRUST on 30 Nov, 2018 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 2 Dec, 2018).

106.    Jonathan’s book and litany of omissions (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 9 December, 2018 / GUARDIAN Newspaper on 13 December, 2018 / DAILY SUN on 13 December, 2018).

107.    Police salary increment and service delivery (VANGUARD newspaper on 17 Dec, 2018  /  THISDAY newspaper on 17 Dec, 2018  /  DAILY SUN on 18 December, 2018  /  SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 25 Dec, 2018  /  LEADERSHIP on 31 December, 2018).

108.    Nigeria and the 2019 Presidential poll (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 20 January, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 23 January, 2019 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 22 January, 2019).

109.    Onnoghen and the foreign accounts saga (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 27 January, 2019  /  THISDAY Newspaper on 30 January, 2019  /  PUNCH Newspaper on 30 January, 2019  /  TheWorldNews on 30 January, 2019).

110.    Presidential debate and matters arising (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 3 February, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 5 February, 2019).

111.    Nigeria’s purported Islamization agenda (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 10 February, 2019 / ThisDay on 12 February, 2019).

112.    INEC and Unending Poll Postponement (INDEPENDENT Newspaper on 18 Feb, 2019  /  VANGUARD Newspaper on 20 Feb, 2019  /  DAILY SUN Newspaper on 18 Feb, 2019  /  LEADERSHIP Newspaper on 20 Feb, 2019).

113.    Re: Remedying the Power Sector for Service Delivery (INDEPENDENT on 25 Feb, 2019).

114.    Remedying the Power Sector for Service Delivery (DAILY SUN on 26 February, 2019).

115.    Lessons from the 2019 Presidential Poll (THISDAY Newspaper on 2 March, 2019  /  DAILY TRUST on 3 March, 2019  / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 3 March, 2019  / DAILY SUN Newspaper on 4 March, 2019  /  GUARDIAN Newspaper on 4 March, 2019  / PUNCH Newspaper on 2 March, 2019).

116.    Remedying Power sector: A Rejoinder (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 10 March, 2019).

117.    Buhari’s Re-election and matters arising (THISDAY on 10 March, 2019  /  PUNCH Newspaper on 10 March, 2019  /  DAILY SUN on 12 March, 2019  / VANGUARD on 14 March, 2019  /  SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 17 March, 2019).

118.    Target points for Buhari’s second term (DAILY SUN on 20 March, 2019 / DAILY TRUST on 21 March, 2019 / VANGUARD Newspaper on 22 March, 2019).

119.    Africa and Protection of children’s rights (VANGUARD Newspaper on 25 March, 2019  /  DAILY SUN on 28 March, 2019  /  SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 31 March, 2019  / DAILY TRUST on 31 March, 2019  /  PUNCH Newspaper on 25 April, 2019).

120.    INEC and the inconclusive polls palaver (PM Newspaper on 1 April, 2019 / LEADERSHIP Newspaper on 3 April, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 7 April, 2019).

121.    UNICEF Cash Transfer: What next? (DAILY TIMES on 18 April, 2019  /  DAILY TRUST on 20 April, 2019  /  TRIUMPH Newspaper on 22 April, 2019  /  VANGUARD on 26 April, 2019  /  DAILY SUN on 3 May, 2019  / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 5 May, 2019).

122.    Pondering on INEC inconclusive polls (DAILY SUN on 23 April, 2019 / GUARDIAN Newspaper on 25 April, 2019.

123.    X-raying the lapses of CTP in the North (DAILY TIMES on 30 April, 2019  /TheNews on 1 May, 2019  / DAILY TRUST on 3 May, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 7 May, 2019  / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 12 May, 2019).

124.    Banditry, abduction on red line (VANGUARD on 13 May, 2019  /  The NEWS on 14 May, 2019  /   DAILY SUN on 15 May, 2019  /   African Press Review /  SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 12 May, 2019  /   The AUTHORITY  on 20 May, 2019  /  TRIUMPH  on 20 May, 2019).

125.   Nigeria’s survival lies in children (The AUTHORITY  on 22 May, 2019  / DAILY SUN on 23 May, 2019  /  DAILY TRUST on 26 May, 2019  /  SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 12 May, 2019).

126.    Buhari’s second term: Matters arising (DAILY TIMES on 3 April, June, 2019 / The AUTHORITY on 22 June, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 9 June, 2019).

127.    INEC and Okorocha’s Certificate-of-return (The AUTHORITY on 10 June, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 16 June, 2019).

128.    June 12: Nigeria’s feats amidst myriad of shortfalls (DAILY SUN on 17 June, 2019  /  VANGUARD on 17 June, 2019  / The AUTHORITY  on 18 June, 2019 /  DAILY TIMES on 18 April, June, 2019  /  NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 20 June, 2019  /  SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 23 June, 2019).

129.    Addressing open defecation through collaboration (The NATION on 9 July, 2019 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 10 July, 2019 / The AUTHORITY on 10 July, 2019 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 12 Jul, 2019  /TheWorldNews  / ThisDay on 15 July, 2019  /  DAILY TRUST 21 July, 2019).

TRIUMPH Newspaper of 21 May, 2019

130.    Making Lagos work again ((The NATION on 23 July, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 23 July, 2019 / PM Newspaper on 24 July 2019 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 1 August, 2019, 2019).

131.    Buhari’s ministers: Matters arising (The CABLE on 30 July, 2019) / PUNCH on 1 August, 2019 / DAILY SUN on August, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 11 August, 2019. 

132.    Boosting education through SBMC synergy    (DAILY SUN on 3 September, 2019  / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 4 September, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 8 September, 2019  /  VANGUARD on 9 September, 2019  /  TheWorldNews on 9 September, 2019.  

133.    Between Presidential poll and the Judges gavels. (The Gazette on 17 September, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 19 September, 2019 /   VANGUARD on 20 September, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 22 September, 2019).

134.    Nigeria’s increasing population fuels child malnutrition (THISDAY Newspaper on 7 October, 2019 / PUNCH Newspaper on 7 October, 2019 / VANGUARD on 9 October, 2019 / BLUEPRINT Newspaper on 10 October, 2019 / TheWorldNews).

135.    Nigeria’s bourgeoning population fuels child malnutrition (AUTHORITY Newspaper on 8 October, 2019 / DAILY TIMES on 9 October, 2019 / LEADERSHIP Newspaper on 9 October, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 11 October, 2019 / NATION Newspaper on 22 October, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 13 October, 2019) / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 15 October, 2019 / BUSINESS DAY on 22 October, 2019 / TheWorldNews).

136.    Buhari and the embattled NOUN law graduates (DAILY SUN on 21 October, 2019 / PUNCH Newspaper on 21 October, 2019 / NATION Newspaper on 22 October, 2019 / ThisDay on 23 October, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 27 October, 2019 / DAILY TRUST on 27 October, 2019).

137.    Preventing child malnutrition: A necessity (NIGERIAN TIDE on 30 October, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 3 November, 2019 / GAZETTE on 4 November, 2019 / INDEPENDENT on 4 November, 2019 / LEADERSHIP on 4 November, 2019 / NATION on 7 November, 2019 / PUNCH on 8 November, 2019 / DAILY TRUST on 9 November, 2019 / VANGUARD on 11 November, 2019 / TheWorldNews on 11 November, 2019)

138.    Social media regulation and free speech  (NIGERIAN TIDE on 11 November, 2019 / LEADERSHIP on 12 November, 2019 / DAILY TIMES on 12 November, 2019 / INDEPENDENT on 12 November, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 13 November, 2019 / VANGUARD Newspaper on 15 November, 2019 / BLUEPRINT on 16 November, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 17 November, 2019 / BusinessDay on 27 Nov, 2010.

139.   Buhari and the Fifth columnists (LEADERSHIP on 2 December, 2019 / NATION on 3 December, 2019 / VANGUARD on 4 December, 2019 /DAILY SUN on 4 December, 2019 / NIGERIAN TIDE on 4 December, 2019 / BUSINESS DAY on 6 December, 2019 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNAL on 11 December, 2019)

140.  Buhari’s foreign loans: Matters arising (PUNCH on 9 December, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 10 December, 2019 / NATION on 11 December, 2019 / VANGUARD on 11 December, 2019 / NIGERIAN TIDE on 13 December, 2019 / ThisDay on 15 December, 2019 / LEADERSHIP on 16 February, 2020 ).

141.   Sowore’s rearrest saga: Matters arising (PM News on 18 December, 2019 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 18 December, 2019 / NATION on 19 December, 2019 / NIGERIAN TIDE on 19 December, 2019 / VANGUARD on 20 December, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 22 December. 2019 / TheWorldNews).

142.    Trump’s impeachment and the probabilities (PARK CHESTER TIMES (New York) on 26 December, 2019 / NATION on 28 December, 2019 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 29 December. 2019 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 30 December, 2019 / DAILY SUN on 30 December, 2019 / PUNCH on 31 December, 2019 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 3 January, 2020 / TheWorldNews).

143. Surviving economic realities in the new decade (DAILY SUN on 7 January, 2020 / PUNCH on 7 January, 2020 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 7 January, 2020 / NATION on 8 January, 2020 / VANGUARD on 8 January, 2020 / LEADERSHIP on 9 January, 2020 / BLUEPRINT on 9 January, 2020 / DAILY TIMES on 10 January, 2020 / PEOPLES DAILY on 10 January, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 11 January, 2020 / TheWorldNEWS).

144.    Pondering on Buhari’s successor in 2023 (DAILY TIMES on 15 January, 2020 / NATION on 15 January, 2020 / LEADERSHIP on January, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 16 January, 2020 / DAILY SUN on 23 January, 2020 / VANGUARD on January 24, 2020).

145. Child education: Traumatized pupils opt for asylum (AUTHORITY on 10 February, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 13 February, 2020 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 16 February, 2020 / DAILY SUN on 19 February, 2020).

 146. Poll verdicts: Supreme Court in the eye of the storm (PM Newspaper on 16 February, 2020 / DAILY TIMES on 18 February, 2020 / NIGERIAN TIDE on 18 February, 2020 / / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 19 February, 2020 / BUSINESS DAY on 19 February, 2020 / VANGUARD on 20 February, 2020 / LEADERSHIP on 20 February, 2020 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 23 February, 2020 / DAILY SUN on 24 February, 2020).

147. Dealing with Almajiri, Boko Haram from the basis (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 26 February, 2020 / LEADERSHIP on 27 February, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 28 February, 2020 / TheNEWS on 5 March, 2020 / DAILY TIMES on 6 March, 2020 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 8 March, 2020 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 11 March, 2020 / TheWorldNEWS on 11 March, 2020)

 148. Okada. Tricycle ban: Matters arising (LEADERSHIP on 18 March, 2020 / VANGUARD on 19 March, 2020 / GAZETTE on 19 March, 2020 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 22 March, 2020 / TheWorldNEWS on 18 March, 2020).

149.   Between Justice Nweze and review of apex court judgments (PM Newspaper on 4 April, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 7 April, 2020 / DAILY TIMES on 9 April, 2020 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 12 April, 2020).s

150. Lockdown extension: Using BVN for social intervention programme (NIGERIAN TIDE on 14 April, 2020 / DAILY TIMES on 15 April, 2020 / PM Newspaper on 15 April, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 16 April, 2020 / LEADERSHIP on 17 April, 2020 / GAZETTE on 15 April, 2020 / DAILY SUN on 20 April, 2020 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 21 April, 2020 / TheWorldNEWS on 15 April, 2020 / TheWorldNEWS on 21 April, 2020).

151. PDP on point notwithstanding (NIGERIAN PILOT on 20 April, 2020 / DAILY TIMES on 20 April, 2020 / PM Newspaper on 20 April, 2020 / BUSINESS DAY on 23 April, 2020 / TheWorldNEWS on 220 April, 2020).

Advancing CBN/Covid-19 Intervention Scheme to Social Trust (NIGERIAN Pilot on June 18, 2020 / AUTHORITY on June 18, 2020 / VANGUARD on 20 June, 2020 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 21 June, 2020 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 29 June, 2020 / PROPLES DAILY on 30 June, 2020 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 2 July, 2020 /  DAILY SUN on 3 July, 2020).

153. S’Court amplified Obaseki’s woes (NIGERIAN PILOT on 18 June, 2020 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 21 June, 2020).

154.  Magu’s saga: Beyond the facts (Daily Trust on 11 July, 2020 / NIGERIAN TIDE on 27 July, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 12 July, 2020 SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 18 July, 2020)

155. Obiano: Abandoned Okohia/Umuezeawala-Ihiala Road; a Deadtrap (BUSINESS DAY on 20 October, 2020 / NATION on 27 October, 2020)

    156. Reforming Police for greater productivity (NIGERIAN TIDE on 21 October, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 21 October, 2020 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 21 October, 2020 / GUARDIAN on 28 October, 2020 / VANGUARD on 2 December, 2020).

    157. Girls for Girls: Boosting Girls’ Education through teamwork (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 15 November, 2020 / PM NEWS on 16 November, 2020 / DAILY TIMES on 16 November, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 16 November, 2020 DAILY INDEPENDENT on 21 November, 2020)

    158. Trump’s desperation and the US Electoral College (New York Parrot on 20 December, 2020 / NIGERIAN PILOT on / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 27 December, 2021 / VANGUARD on 4 January, 2021 / GUARDIAN on 28 December, 2020 / DAILY SUN on 31 December, 2020)

    159.  Trump: Lessons for America and the world (PM Newspaper on 8 January, 2021 / ThisDay on 10 January, 2021 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 10 January, 2021 / PUNCH on 11 January, 2021 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 11 January, 2021 / VANGUARD on 11 January, 2021 / New York Parrot on 11 January, 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 11 January, 2021 / PUNCH on January, 2021 / NATION on 14 January, 2021 / TRIUMPH on 16 January, 2020 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 13 January, 2021)

160. America, Gay, Lesbianism and others (NIGERIAN PILOT on 18 February, 2021 / PARK CHESTER TIMES on 25 February, 2021 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 28 February, 2021 / GUARDIAN on 17 March, 2021)

170. Run, Chukwuma Soludo, Run!  (NIGERIAN PILOT on 2 March, 2021 / SUNDAY TELEGRAPH on 07 March, 2021 / THE CABLE on 2021 / THISDAY on 6 April, 2021)

171. June 12: Democracy Day and the Proposed Revolution (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 7 June, 2021 / VANGUARD on 8 June, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 8, 2012 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 9 June, 2021)

172. Buhari, DOT Nation and Poverty Alleviation (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 27 June, 2021 / GUARDIAN on 28 June, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 29 June, 2021/ VANGUARD on 5 July, 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 6 July, 2021 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 8 July, 2021 / DAILY SUN on 8 July, 2021)

173. Is South-east truly a DOT and 10.5 million Citizens lifted out of poverty (NATION on 24 June, 2021 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 27 June, 2021 / GUARDIAN on 28 June, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 29 June, 2021/ VANGUARD on 5 July, 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 6 July, 2021 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 8 July, 2021)

174. FCTA Permanent Secretary, Director and unrelenting rascality (NEW TELEGRAPH on 3 August, 2021 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 3 August, 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 5 August, 2021)

175. Anambra -2021: Dangerous Temptations Ndi-Anambra Must Resist (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 12 August, 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 13 August, 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 13 August, 2021).

176. Anambra Guber: Could the state be up for sale? (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 30 August, 2021 / TELEGRAPH on 1 September, 2021)

177. Unending bloodbaths: Benue, Plateau peoples’ lives matter (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 7 September, 2021 / The CABLE on 7 September, 2021 / THE GUARDIAN on 8 September, 2021 / DAILY SUN on 8 September, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 15 September, 2021)

178. Containing the bloodbath in Benue (THISDAY Newspaper on 6 September, 2021).

179. COVID-19 Vaccines: A Remedy or Poison? (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 28 September, 2021 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 30 September, 2021).

180. Still on Covid-19 vaccines (GUARDIAN on 30 September, 2021

181. Falsehood campaign against COVID-19 vaccines  (NEW TELEGRAPH on 29 October, 2021)

182. Enenche and the Covid-19 conspiracy theories (NIGERIAN PILOT on 29 September, 2021).

183. Malami and the ‘Emergency rule’ in Anambra (NIGERIAN PILOT on 11 October, 2021 / THE NATION on 11 October, 2021 / VANGUARD on 13 October, 2021 / GUARDIAN on 13 October, 2021 / BUSINESS DAY on 15 October, 2021).

184. Mother-to-child transmission of HIV: A critical concern (INDEPENDENT on 28 October, 2021 / / THE CABLE on 28 October, 2021 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 29 October, 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 5 November, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 5 November, 2021).

185. On mother-to-child transmission of HIV (NATION on 28 October, 2021).

186. Critical concern of HIV transmission (GUARDIAN on 28 October, 2021).

187. As Anambra Decides (The NATION on 5 November, 2021.

188. Ihiala LGA’s Rescheduled election (The NATION on 9 November, 2021 / BUSINESS DAY on 10 November, 2021 / The CABLE on 10 November, 2021)

189. Alleged Irregularities: APC, Uba indicting Buhari by rejecting results (NIGERIAN PILOT on 12 November, 2021 / The CABLE on 12 November, 2021 / SATURDAY INDEPENDENT on 13 November, 2021 / The AUTHORITY on 15 November, 2021 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 16 November, 2021 / PUNCH on 17 November, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 17 November, 2021)

190, Anambra governorship poll: Matters arising” in VANGUARD on 18 November, 2021).

191. Uba, APC and the Anambra Election (THISDAY on 14 November, 2021)

192. Combating HIV and AIDS in Nigeria (THISDAY on 24 November, 2021)

193. Combating HIV and AIDS through a robust synergy (NIGERIAN PILOT on 22 November, 2021 / The CABLE on 22 November, 2021 / INDEPENDENT on 23 November, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 24 November, 2021 / The GUARDIAN on 25 November, 2021 / BUSINESSDAY on 30 November, 2021 / DAILY SUN on 30 November, 2021).

194. Buhari, EFCC and Willie Obiano’s media trial (NIGERIAN PILOT on 29 November, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 1 December, 2021 / BUSINESS DAY on 2 December, 2021).

195. Nondisclosure of status, a major challenge to control HIV (The CABLE on 29 November, 2021 / DAILY TRUST on 1 December, 2021 / NATION on 1 December, 2021 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 2 December 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 2 December 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 3 December 2021 / BUSINESS DAY on 3 December 2021 / SUNDAY INDEPENDENT on 5 December, 2021 / VANGUARD on 27 December, 2021 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 28 December, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 7 January, 2022)

196. ENDSARS Panel and the LASG White Paper (The CABLE ON 7 December, 2021 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 7 December, 2021 / GUARDIAN on 8 December, 2021 / BUSINESS DAY on 8 December, 2021 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 9 December 2021, 2021 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 17 December, 2021 / NEW TELEGHRAPH on 6 January, 2022).

 197. Umahi and the killing of NELAN Engineers in Ebonyi (BUSINESS DAY on 23 December, 2021 / THE TIDE Newspaper on 3 January, 2022)

198. Probe the killing of NELAN Engineers in Ebonyi (GUARDIAN on 2 January, 2022)

199. UCHE NWOSU: Police owes explanations on bullying (THE TIDE Newspaper on 3 January, 2022)

200. Electoral Bill: Buhari’s withheld Assent and the way forward forward (DAILY TRUST on 10 January, 2022 / THE CABLE on 10 January, 2022 / DAILY INDEPENDENT on 11 January, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 11 January, 2022 / DAILY SUN on 14 January, 2022 / TRIUMP on 14 January, 2022 / GUARDIAN on 17 January, 2022 / BUSINESS DAY on 17 January, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 18 January, 2022).

201.  Agony of the mourners of NELAN engineers (INDEPENDENT on 18 January, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 20 January, 2022 and 9 February, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 11 February, 2022)

202.   As Soludo takes the baton in Anambra (DAILY SUN on 24 January, 2022 / PM Newspaper on 24 January, 2022 / BUSINESS DAY on 26 January, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 28 January, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 01 February, 2022).

203. The missing NELAN Engineers in Ebonyi State (DAILY INDEPENDENT on 22 February, 2022) / THE GUARDIAN on 4 March, 2022)

204. Missing NELAN Engineers: Govt, Police still, despite families’ miseries (SUNRISE on 19 February, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 28 February, 2022).

205. Imported Substandard Petrol: A call for synergy (INDEPENDENT on 7 March, 2022 / BUSINESS DAY on 8 March, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 9 March, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 9 March, 2022 / THE TIDE on 11 March, 2022 / TRIUMPH on 11 March, 2022 / THE GUARDIAN on 15 March, 2022).

206. Soludo and the paradigm shift (DAILY SUN on 23 March, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 24 March, 2022 / THE CABLE on 24 March, 2022 / THE GUARDIAN on 25 March, 2022 / THE TIDE on 25 March, 2022 /NEW TELEGRAPH on 25 March, 2022 / DAILY TRUST on 29 March, 2022 / DAILY SUN on 29 March, 2022.

207. Gruesome killing of Abducted NELAN Engineers in Ebonyi (NIGERIAN PILOT on 28 March, 2022 / INDEPENDENT on 29 March, 2022 /  TRIUMPH on 8 – 14 April, 2022).

208. Achieving ‘quality education’ in the Child Rights, SDGs (BLUEPRINT on 18 April, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 19 April, 2022 / NEW NIGERIAN on 20 April, 2022 / THE CABLE on 21 April, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 21 April, 2022 / GUARDIAN on 21 April, 2022 / TRIUMPH on 22 April, 2022 / BUSINESS DAY on 26 April, 2022 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 27 April, 2022 / TIDE on 4 May, 2022).

209. Hurdles facing APC, PDP on 2023 general election (BLUEPRINT on 10 May, 2022 / The CABLE on 10 May, 2022 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 13 May, 2022 / DAILY SUN on 16 May, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 17 May, 2022 / NEW NIGERIAN on 19 May, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 20 May, 2022)

210. FCDO: Sustaining interventions on Girls’ Education in Nigeria (PUNCH newspaper on 23 May, 2022 / The CABLE on 25 May, 2022 / THE OPINION on 25 May, 2022 / BLUEPRINT on 26 May, 2022 / BUSINESS DAY on 31 May, 2022 /

211. Child Malnutrition as a catalyst to insecurity (PUNCH Newspaper on 30 May, 2022 / The CABLE on 30 May, 2022 / BLUEPRINT on 31 May, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 1 June, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 2 June, 2022 / TRIUMPH on 2 June, 2022 / DAILY SUN on 4 May, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 10 June, 2022 / THE GUARDIAN on 26 June, 2022)

212. Blasphemy and the rising jungle justice (The NATION on 7 June, 2022 / BUSINESS DAY on June 8, 2022 / BLUEPRINT on 8 June, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 8 June, 2022 / NIGERIAN TRIBUNE on 9 June, 2022 / SUNDAY GUARDIAN on 9 June, 2022).

213. Revitalizing Primary Healthcare in post-COVID pandemic (NEW NIGERIAN on 20 June, 2022 / THE TIDE on 20 June, 2022 / PHC TELEGRAPH on 20 June, 2022 / NIGERIAN PILOT on 20 June, 2022 / DAILY SUN on 21 June, 2022 / BUSINESS DAY on 21 June, 2022 / TRIUMPH on 24 June, 2022 / The INDEPENDENT on 26 June, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH on 27 June, 2022 / The GUARDIAN on 30 June, 2022 / NEW TELEGRAPH [Repeat publication] on 5 July, 2022).

NOTE: Apart from the above mainstream media, these titles were also published in numerous online media but not listed due to space, but all can be retrieved by a click on the byline (Google search).

Published By: EDITOR

CARL UMEGBORO is a prolific writer, public affairs analyst and an Associate, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (United Kingdom). He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB Hons) and a renowned columnist in all national newspapers in Nigeria, Africa Press Reviews, TheWorldNEWS and numerous foreign media including Park Chester Times, New York, USA. Umegboro is a regular guest-analyst to many TV and radio programme on crucial national issues. To send your opinions, articles and reports to the Admin, contact: +234 (0) 802 318 4542, +234 (0) 705 710 1974, +234 (0) 817 318 4542. Email: carl@carlumegboro.com, umegborocarl@gmail.com

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