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TACKLING HIGH CRIME WAVES IN THE COUNTRY – NigPilot

“While we commend and salute the efforts and sacrifices of security agencies in fighting crimes in the country with low motivation and other inhibitive factors, it is our considered opinion that there is a need to review the security strategies of government. It is important to call for stakeholders conference in order to generate fresh ideas so as to bring to a halt the endless carnage and bloodletting occasioned by crime waves in the country”

PARLIAMENTARY STAFF AND FIGHT FOR STATE LEGISLATURES’ AUTONOMY – Nigpilot

"State Houses of Assembly must, therefore, for political conveniences, remain appendages, rubber stamps and glorified democratic slaves to their slave-master governors. That is why a proportionately large population of our citizens are still democratically and politically illiterate. President Muhammadu Buhari should not allow this misnomer to continue"

PROLIFERATION OF UNIVERSITY AND ABSENCE OF QUALITY OUTPUT – Nigpilot

"With this growing number of universities in the country, it is disconcerting that no Nigerian University makes the list of the best 1,000 Universities in the world. With depletion off old infrastructures, absence of necessary infrastructures, protracted strike actions by lecturers over salaries and welfare issues, depleting standards, brain drain, etc, Nigerian Universities are multiplying without producing output"

FG’S WEAK PUBLIC ENLIGHTENMENT ON SECOND PHASE OF COVID-19 – NigPilot

There must be a higher public communications' system, more so on account of the fact that this second phase spreads faster.

Fg Vs Labour’s Frivolous Meetings

Gone are the days when the organized labour fought for the masses and public interest. It was last year when this government suddenly woke up and jerked up the prices of PMS and electricity tariff.

Presidency’s Alarm Over Alleged Smear Campaign Plot

It is unfortunate that the president’s handlers do not get it, if not that last week’s media hype by the presidency alleging a purported plot by some people to smear President Muhammadu Buhari’s name would not have been necessary.

Nigeria Security and its Vulnerable Borders – NigPilot

It is no longer news that Nigeria is among countries with the most insecure international borders in the world. Where land, air and sea borders firmly protected by relevant operatives, it is believed that the country’s intractable security issues would have been fairly under control.

INSECURITY: Can New Service Chiefs Make Any Difference? – NigPilot

Changing the Service Chiefs is not our biggest challenge. What is facing the country in terms of insecurity is the Boko Haram insurgents, Fulani...

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SECURITY NOW – Nigpilot

"This government has abundantly showed ineptitude and lack of commitment to tackling national security challenges headlong; against all voices of reasons, it does not...

GOVERNOR SULE’S ALARM OVER REGROUPING INSURGENTS – Nigpilot

"Going by recent security reports, Nasarawa State may not be safer than FCT Abuja. There have been reports of insurgents occupying forests at different...

CRITICAL ELITE AND THE BUHARI ADMINISTRATION – Nigpilot

"Arguably, it will go down in Nigerian history that this is the worst quasi civil government that suppresses freedom of speech and expression. Peaceful...

INTERNATIONAL BORDERS AND NATIONAL SECURITY -Nigpilot

“There are current disturbing reports by experts indicating that foreigners are crossing borders into the Nigerian territory in droves. There is no telling what...

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