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THE BUHARI MEDIA CENTRE (BMC)

  By Charles Ogbu   I am not shocked at the report by a respected Columnist, Prof. Farooq Kporegi that the APC govt has over 40 journalists, bloggers, commentators and social media persons it is paying between N200,000-250,000  every month …

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AN APC POLICE: VERY SAD FOR DEMOCRACY 

BY Simeon Nwakaudu Since the very day Mr Ibrahim Idris was appointed as Inspector-General of Police for his partisan role during the 2015 General Elections  whilst he served as Commissioner of Police  in Kano State, he has metamorphosed  into a …

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BUHARI! THIS IS NOT 1984, WE CANNOT BE SILENCED

The call by the Sultan of sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar 111 yesterday for the regulation of social media could have been passed as a mere opinion in exercise of his right to freedom of expression but coming from someone at …

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Unnecessary Soot Politics

By Dike Vincent Amadi To my friends who want to politicize the sudden appearance of soot in our environment by embarking on a street protest,I wonder what other message you want to drive home. We all aware that the Rivers …

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Buhari’s Nigeria: A Disaster

FT article: For two weeks, Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria’s septuagenarian president, has been out of action, receiving medical treatment in London for an undisclosed illness. His absence has sent the rumour mill of Africa’s most populous nation spinning, with frequent erroneous …

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LYING LIE MOHAMMED

“This is not the time for preaching peace when the enemy is ready to destroy the world. To forgive Islamic terrorists is up to God but to send them to see God is my duty” – President Vladimer Putin. Is …

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Why the February 6th march became imperative

by Emmanuel Onwubiko Last week, lots of dramatic scenarios played out regarding what then was the proposal by the Iconic musician Mr. Innocent Tuface Idibia to lead out disaffected Nigerians in a nationwide protest against the exorbitant and excruciating costs …

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THE TWO FACES OF TUFACE

By Reuben Abati Tuface’s decision to lead a protest to register the dissatisfaction of Nigerians with the performance of the incumbent administration and to reiterate the value of government’s responsibility to the people was his finest moment as a citizen …

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