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$25b: A thieving Presidency and a kettle of lies

By Dax George Kerley Kachikwu accused Baru of awarding contracts without adherence to due process as enshrined in the Procurement Act 2007. Baru in his response had admitted that such contacts were awarded; Baru went further to claim that the …

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The fraud at Aso Rock Clinic

By Solomon Bob I used to visit the State House Medical Center which has been in the news recently for the wrong reasons. It used to be well run with drugs and other supplies available. But the president’s wife publicly …

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What is our sin?

By John Okiyi Kalu On the 2nd of February 2017 Minister of Works, Hon. Babatunde Raji Fashola visited Abia State and pointedly declined to see the dilapidated PH road at Aba, on the excuse that the state government should reconstruct …

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Restructuring for A United and Progressive Nigeria

By Atiku Abubakar (Former Vice President, FRN)  Let me begin with a rhetorical question: why do I, Atiku Abubakar, favour a restructured Nigeria? The answer is simple: because I am proudly Nigerian and favour a united Nigeria that offers every …

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BUHARI always works against the South

By Marshal Obuzor You have to either be extremely slow or heartless to try explaining away Buhari’s request to the World Bank President to concentrate it’s development effort on the North. If you have by some miracle missed the glaring …

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WORTH THE READ: AMAECHI’S OPEN LETTER

Dear Rt. Hon Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, constraint as I am as a result of lack of direct personal access to you, I have decided to write you this open letter in the hope that one way or the other, it …

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AKIN FAKOREDE: THIS IS THE TIME TO GO

By Simeon Nwakaudu The effrontery of the Rivers Special Anti-Robbery Squad  (SARS) Commander, Akin Fakorede is an embarrassment  to all security services. It is an embarrassment  to all Nigerians who believe in the rule of law. Note carefully that I …

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