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WHAT IS NIGERIA RUNNING AWAY FROM?

by Livingstone Wechie There is a fundamental question. There are unresolved issues that have bedeviled this disastrous Union of attrition. From the onset, there was no amalgamation document although classified. A treaty has a life span of a hundred years …

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Don faults Buhari on £6m foreign medical trip

# oga Buhari carry go Nigeria Na your own # while there are no foreign exchange for Nigerians for overseas treatment, you have more than enough for your treatment # A senior lecturer at the department of Political Science, University …

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APC AND ITS UNENDING PENCHANT FOR FALSEHOOD

By Oraye St. Franklyn   Probes are means of establishing accountability in service. It is the reason the Wike-led Government of Rivers State Government, in the absence of any form of accountability and against the backdrop of allegations of monumental …

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The Man Stephen Okechukwu Keshi

By Daniel Anazia Born on January 23, 1962; he attended Finbarr’s College, Akoka, Lagos. Keshi started his football career at Africa Continental Bank (ACB) Football Club, and plied his trade with New Nigeria Bank, Stade d’Abidjan, Africa Sports, Lokeren, Anderlecht, …

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When will this blood stop flowing?

June 7, 2016 By Azuka Onwuka Very few countries can experience what Nigeria experienced last week and carry on as if nothing happened. The week started with the report that one Methodus Emmanuel was killed by a mob in Minna, …

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The Man Stephen Okechukwu Keshi

By Daniel Anazia Born on January 23, 1962; he attended Finbarr’s College, Akoka, Lagos. Keshi started his football career at Africa Continental Bank (ACB) Football Club, and plied his trade with New Nigeria Bank, Stade d’Abidjan, Africa Sports, Lokeren, Anderlecht, …

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President Buhari’s Dissonance Problem!

By Reno Omokri   How can two walk together except they agree? Now if two people cannot walk together except they agree how much more three, four or a hundred?   For any government, company, family or association to succeed, …

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Keep Your Mouth Shut: Surviving Nigeria’s

By Jennifer Emelife I grew up in Sokoto, a small city in Northern Nigeria with people so kind and honest, but sometimes, fierce. In November 2002, my father was crossing the road when he got hit by a vehicle. The …

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AND THE INNOCENT WOMAN DIED.

minu Muhammad Ofs shared: “The truth is that the woman did not blaspheme as I know and fondly call her mummy she is a 74yr old woman. She only asked a person who came to the front of her store …

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