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DOCKED, DISMANTLED & DENIED DYNASTY

By Desmond Ekwueme If Rochas Okorocha succeeds in his dwindling, diminishing and declining bid to install his son-inlaw Uche Nwosu as his successor, force his way into the Senate, bulldoze his way to land his wife in the House of …

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WANTED: BAILOUT for Nigerian Army

By Emmanuel Onwubiko   In the early 80’s when yours faithfully was just about leaving primary school preparatory for enrollment into high school, something happened that has shaped my opinion of the Nigerian military. This was it: a neatly dressed …

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Trump as ‘Poster Boy’ of Nigerian Army

By Emmanuel Onwubiko   In both Nigeria and the United States of America, this outgoing week has become a historical watershed in the area of enforcement and respect of the fundamental human rights vis-à-vis the rules of engagement in internal …

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Oshiomhole’s Morbid Dance

On Sunday, October 28, 2018, our Leader Chief Anthony Akhakon Anenih, CFR, the Iyasele of Esanland passed on. Condolence messages from the high and mighty- from President Muhammad Buhari, Senate President Bukola Saraki, Speaker of the House of Representatives, to …

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Opinion… Averting Crisis Through Effective Communication

  By Hasiya Haruna Wakili and Agurue Anthony   We are living witnesses to various crises in the country, especially triggered by ethno-religious conflicts and socio-political sentiments which could have been prevented through Crisis Communication strategies. At a recent training …

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A REQUIEM FOR THE LIFELESS ONE

”A voice is heard in Ramah, mourning and great weeping. Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted because they are no more”- Jeremiah 31: 15. O lifeless one, you have lost all sense of decency and you …

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By Jude Ndukwe I am one of the few Nigerians who had met Chief Tony Anenih a few times before his call to glory. So while there are lots of things to write about him from historical perspectives, and from …

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