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As History Beckons On Ndume 

Written by Abdul Jelil Adebayo The race for the Senate presidency is getting hotter by the day and the chicken will soon come home to roost. June 11th, 2019 is not too far away as many are wont to think. …

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AYuybuja Children’s Recreation and Crime

By Emmanuel Onwubiko Abuja, the Nigeria’s Federal capital territory is remarkably beautiful. Aesthetically, it can rank as one of the most glamourous cities in Africa. The city is rated as one of the best planned settlements in West Africa. The …

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I smell a rat!

Why are South East governors silent on the closedown of Enugu International Airport? FG suddenly realized that Enugu airport has security challenges and announced plans of closedown. Upgrading Enugu airport is a welcomed development, but attempting to close it down …

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Ortom: Burdened  in his first term

By Iorliam’Amo Shija As Samuel Ortom, the 5th democratically elected governor of Benue State wraps up his first term and gets ready to commence his second term, many feel his first term has not been  as impactful as the zeal …

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The Political Resurrection of Suswam and his boys 

By Iorliam’Amo Shija Politically, we can say Dr Gabriel Torwua Suswam died in 2015. Since coming on the stage in 1999, Suswam  showed ambition and prospects; his gubernatorial victories in 2007 and 2011 after  two terms in the House of …

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AFRICA, O AFRICA, MY HEART BLEEDS FOR YOU

-By Chief Femi Fani-Kayode The largest empires that the world has ever known are, in order of size, the British, Mongol, Russian, Spanish, Umayyad, Yuan, Qing, French, Abbasid and Portugese empires. There were a number of other large and notable …

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Wike: A potent symbol of the people’s might

By Oke Umurhohwo There are few things that provoke unifying resistance of the people like an attempt to usurp their rights and foist a leadership on them. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared Nyesom Wike as the winner of …

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Of Professors and their competencies :

By Prof David Ker  Recently one of us Attahiru Jega raised salient issues about the role we play in our communities and how these roles tend to erode our standing in the eyes of many. About the same time a …

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