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ON NIGERIA, ICC President is biased

By Emmanuel Onwubiko The International criminal court in the Hague, Netherlands is a global legal forum whereby the most atrocious types of crimes against humanity which are left unattended to in their nations of origin are prosecuted. Since coming into …

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WEEP NOT FOR FAYOSE, WEEP FOR NIGERIA

By Femi Fani-Kayode “When Fayose won in 2014, the whole of Ekiti erupted with joy. In 2018 the APC “won” and all the streets of Ekiti are looking so gloomy. The people are sad because their will has been truncated”- …

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EKITI RIGGING: CAN WE GET ON NOW PLEASE?

BY CHIBIKO SIMEON Over a decade ago, there was this British Comedy on Nigerian Television with the title, ‘Can we get on now please?’ It was a programme where the actors would argue endlessly and in the end to stop …

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Nigeria’s Dark Age

By Shaka Momodu Nigerians again, woke up last Sunday to the despicable killing of over 200 people in Plateau State. The latest killing spree was a throw back to my consistent warnings that President Muhammadu Buhari’s inaction on herdsmen killings …

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Nigeria’s integrity challenged leadership

By Emmanuel Onwubiko   For about three weeks this month, I spent a short vacation in some parts of Central London in the United Kingdom.  During this brief period, I took time to read through the metrol newspapers and evening …

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