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Buhari and Unbridled Corruption

Under Goodluck Jonathan, any bad thing done by any staff is attributed to Jonathan directly. When you say “but that is a policeman on the street, people scream “the buck stops at the president’s table”. But nowadays Chief of staff …

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Ignore Attention Seeking Hilda Dokubo

By Margaret Ayara   Hilda Dokubo who claimed to be born again during the electioneering Campaign is suddenly seeking for cheap attention, I wonder why a claimed pastor will be capable of phewing such insult to the present Government/Ministry of …

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LET THE WHOLE WORLD HEAR, AND BE THE JUDGE

  By Jonez Scot   Early this week I heard that some stupid persons organized some very stupid people (mainly from IDP camps) to carried out meaningless protest against Governor Wike in Abuja over killings and destructions in the last …

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IS THERE NO END TO THIS IMPUNITY?!!

NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL OF NIGERIA (NYCN) PRESIDENT FEARED DEAD AFTER DSS MIDNIGHT RAID WHEREABOUT UNKNOWN There is palpable fear for the life of Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere, the National President of the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) and aide to …

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Amaechi’s associate killed the DSP

By Chuks Eldorado Hahaha, Nigerian police is threatening hell and brimstone just to cover the video tape of police officers involved in rigging election for the APC. This is just a ploy to exonerate Amaechi whose aide, Kachi Nwokocha, is …

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THE SACRED COWS

By Jaafar Jaafar 1) When government asked us to stop importation of rice, same government justified importation of grass for cows from Brazil 2) When government plans impounding our vehicles over duties, same government made no plan to stop cows …

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This Minister is Totally ‘Spended’

  ‎A total misfit, no one person depicts the failure and incompetence of the Muhammadu Buhari administration than the current Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Mr. Solomon Dalung. Shola Oyeyipo writes At a news conference, sometime ago, an obviously …

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