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IF YOU KNOW CHRIS FINEBONE, WARN HIM!

By Eze-Basil Chinwendu I just read one piece of craps written by Chris Finebone, asking Etche people to say no to the construction of roads in Etche by the Rivers State Government. May Amadioha visit him there! Where was Mr. …

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Ukah: Bridging The Information Gap In Delta State

By Collins Arinzechukwu Agwam Over the years, we have seen political appointees both at the state and federal levels who after being appointed to oversee government agencies, embezzle funds for their personal aggrandizement rather than effect a positive change in …

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THE HEART AND SOUL OF NNAMDI KANU

By Femi Fani-Kayode In my essay titled “Head Bloodied But Not Bowed And The Ascension Of President-Elect Donald J. Trump” (Part 1) I wrote the following: “When I went to visit the great and brilliant freedom fighter, Nnamdi Kanu, who …

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THE FOLLY OF BEING AND NOTHINGNESS

By Frank Kilsi Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan cares about his people, he understands that beyond political rhetoric and grand standing, the People’s economic well-being should come first. This is what politicians in saner climes and land refer to …

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What is wrong with our Trump?

By Jaafar Jaafar Less than a week after his victory, the newly elected American president Donald J Trump, as bad as he is, assembled his transition team. Still less than a week after the victory, Trump appointed Republican National Committee …

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EL RUFAI AND HIS TANTRUM

If there is someone who has no locus standi to accuse anyone of being corrupt, it is El Rufai. Or is Jimi Lawal still not one of his Special Advisers and close confidante in Kaduna? That El Rufai is just …

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CHILLING IN MOROCCO WHILE HOME IS ABLAZE

Mr President is in Morocco attending the Climate Change conference, while we are still flaring gas with reckless abandonment. We have been attending these meetings, only to come back home to treat issues of the environment with levity. Only yesterday, …

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Amina Zakari: One-Woman Electoral College

By Ross Alabo George Almost single-handedly, she has decided most of the recent elections in the country and continues to, even as her powers soar. She is the de facto Chair of INEC, set firmly in place for her expected …

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