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THE INCONSISTENCY IN NIGERIA UNDER BUHARI

The seperation of power is long gone as the critical democratic OVERSIGHT on the executive by the legislature is being choked to death. What Montesque and Dicey feared most is in sight as arbitrariness has become the order of the …

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OF PROGRESSIVES AND CERTIFICATE SCANDALS

By Nnamdi Okosieme What is it with Nigerian “progressives” and certificate scandals? From a leading chieftain of their party, who years ago was enmeshed in a scandal over whether or not he attended a foreign university, a former governor whose …

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JAMB, That Is Unfair.

By: Taneemou al-Gmbari (+2348030893076) It is now mandatory, according to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for all candidates sitting for its examinations to adopt what it calls Computer Based Test or CBT. This means that all secondary school …

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Blackmail as Buhari’s Tool of governance

By Chibi Since May 29, 2015, Nigerians in local parlance have “enterred once chance “. The average Nigerian on the street understands the concept of “once chance”. A rough sketch would suffice. Armed robbers park their vehicle at a bus …

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COLONEL HAMEED ALI AND THE NIGERIAN SENATE

By Femi Fani-Kayode Retired Colonel Hameed Ali, the Comptroller General of the Nigerian Customs Service, is a proud and stubborn man. His disdain for others and insufferable arrogance is not only vexatious to the spirit but also downright nauseating. Someone …

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