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Loud in Benin as Mid-West clocks 54

THE MIDWEST DECLARATION INVITATION TO WORLD PRESS CONFERENCE I write you, on behalf of the *MIDWEST MOVEMENT* – a vanguard of professionals, academicians and entrepreneurs as well as patriots drawn from both DELTA & EDO States. History was made in …

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The “Efulefu Igbo” and the Manchurian complex

By Obi Nwakanma Richard Condon’s novel, The Manchurian Candidate (1959), now a classic of the cold-war, is a political thriller about a young American soldier, from a very prominent political family, who is recruited, brainwashed, and unleashed unto the American …

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NIGERIA: RELIGION , DEVELOPMENT & PASTORPRENEURS

By Collins Nwoye Lately, many pple are asking questions about the contribution of the present day religious groups to socio economic devt of nig with particular emphasis on the Christian churches. One writer posited that the missionaries built schools, hospitals …

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IN BAKASSI NIGERIA FAILED

BY EMMANUEL ONWUBIKO I am an avid follower of Nigeria’s international border security issues. Indeed issues of border security around the World fascinates me so much so that in the near future I’m contemplating enrolling for a short certificate course …

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NOVOTEL: Rivers Den of Election Fraudsters

By Simeon Nwakaudu. A friend just drew my attention to a Facebook post by a Former Commissioner of Information in Rivers State , Dr Austin Tam-George, where he faulted Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike for the revocation of Novotel’s Certificate of …

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MY CONFRONTATION WITH OBASANJO

~FAYOSE “When I was to return to PDP, Segun Oni was already the PDP Governor of Ekiti. The next time I saw Obasanjo was in Osogbo when there was a thanksgiving service for Olagunsoye Oyinlola. I got there and met …

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Novotel and Politics

By Okey Igbokwe I believe the NOVOTEL Hotel management is learning its lessons by now. Your business premises should be reserved solely for hospitality purposes it was meant for, and not used as political play ground and thuggery. It was …

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