Thursday , 14 December 2017
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Imperative of Secondus Chairmanship

By Bisi Ezekiel   The race for the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party hots up by the day; the contenders are slugging it out roughly and desperately. A political warrior who is yet to engage in rough fight is …

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By Oraye St. Franklyn Moses Motoni, a staff of BudgIT, was arrested in Kaduna State by SARS for doing his job of enlightening the citizens to monitor projects and engage their leadership. Kaduna State is governed by El Rufai, a …

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Scores of lives are lost everyday but you won’t feel the impact because the government of the day is watering down the news. I lived in Numan, Adamawa state for eleven years. It is mostly a Christian dominated area and …

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The Rise and Fall of Buhari.

This write up coming from the London Economist, a magazine that endorsed Buhari for President in 2015, is perhaps the most significant, objective, unbiased,  unsentimental and deeply incisive analysis of the policies and actions of this president so far. The …

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What if our girls start talking too? 

By Iorliam’Amo Shija Perhaps the biggest thing happening in the USA today is the revelations by women who have been victims of what they regard as inappropriate sexual behavior,  harassment and even rape by highly placed men in society. The …

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