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Nigeria: Goodluck Jonathan’s last fight?

By Nicholas Hanlon There are several forces at play that make the new timeline for Nigerian elections a one-time chance for a decisive strike against Boko Haram. In addition to Boko Haram, Nigerian elections have a potential for violence themselves. …

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The Nigeria I See; Leonard Karshima Shilgba

The temptation to give up on Nigeria is common among Nigerians that have spoken and written a lot about the good that is a possible experience for Nigeria. But there is a greater passion, a nobler one, to expect and …

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On Buhari; Tony Onyenweaku posted

In less than two months st Buhari’s sins has started unfolding, st Buhari with the nature of a liar told us that he had to borrow money to buy his presidential form, in fact he told the world that he …

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On Jega’s planned electoral fraud

Moji Danisa Dee posted Jega’s tenure ends. He has compromised the credibility of his institution. He has been wining and dining with the devil and he must go. Why extend the tenure of someone who has clearly failed? He recorded …

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The end of Buhari’s presidential candidacy

By Femi Aribisala IF Nigeria is a nation of laws and of the rule of law, the presidential candidacy of Muhammadu Buhari should end this week. The reason is well-known to all. Buhari swore an oath on his INEC application …

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Boko Haram Rampage Propelling Buhari Campaign

THIS REPUBLIC By Shaka Momodu, Email: shaka.momodu@thisdaylive.com The headline of this article was lifted from a story in the New York Times published recently, but it’s something I had pondered before I stumbled on it. It speaks directly to the …

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Jonathan is superior Presidential Material to Buhari

by Femi Aribisala Between 1983 and 1985, Peter Onu of Nigeria was Acting Secretary-General of the OAU. At the 1985 Summit in Addis Ababa, statesmen like Julius Nyerere, President of Tanzania, lobbied for his election as substantive Secretary-General. However, there …

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Lights Out in Nigeria

By CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE LAGOS, Nigeria — WE call it light; “electricity” is too sterile a word, and “power” too stiff, for this Nigerian phenomenon that can buoy spirits and smother dreams. Whenever I have been away from home for …

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