Wednesday , 23 January 2019
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On the editorials in America

Uduma Kalu wrote: Many Nigerians are surprised by the negative editorials of New York Times, CNN etc as well as comments by Hillary Clinton and McCain on Nigerian government. But if you understand how the US media operates…cash and carry, …

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Still on the Economist Editorial:

Idong Isaac  wrote;   The Economist is not like a judge delivering judgment on Nigeria. It is a media organization & reacts to trends and appearances. Now, Nigerians seem to get their kicks from insulting themselves & their country on …

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Posterity in view

By Victor Kolo Tackling Terrorism is not a profound issue but destroying Terrorism even before it exists. Terrorism is not an organisation, it is a union. This is my perspective: Many Children are born, but few are taken care of. …

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More critical questions:

Edwin Igbokwe wrote; WHICH GIRLS ARE WE CLAMOURING TO BE BROUGHT BACK? Each day that passes and the issue of the over 200 kidnapped girls (of Chibok) stays at the front burner; I have never been as worried and confused …

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Going down memory lane;

George Onmonya Daniel wrote:   I can see President Goodluck Jonathan’s enemies are having a swell time over ‪#‎Bring Back Our Girls# and all of that. Yes, he is the president but the most blackmailed president in the history of …

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By: Amir Abdulazeez   Nigeria is arguably the strongest nation not only in Africa but in the whole world. This is a nation that has withstood disunity among its citizens since independence and yet it has not disintegrated. It is …

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