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Atiku Issues The #BuhariChallenge

It has come to our attention that the Buhari government and the All Progressives Congress have been very idle of late, which explains their abandonment of the vital duties of running the government in order to focus on hurling insults …

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2019: The only option available to Buhari is rigging

By Reuben Abati There has been some clarity about Nigeria’s 2019 Presidential election, with the end of the October 7 deadline set by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the conduct of party primaries at all levels. On Saturday, …

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THE BEAUTY OF POLITICS

By Oraye St. Franklyn It is my candid opinion that Politics is about having a say in what affects us. That’s my summarized definition based on my experience since beginning active politics in 1998. It may not be an accurate …

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SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER AND KEEPING THE FAITH

 By Femi Fani-Kayode My paternal great grandfather (my grandfather’s father), Rev. Emmanuel Adelabi Kayode, was an Anglican priest. He was educated by the Christian missionaries and the Anglican Church and he studied theology at Fourah Bay College in Freetown, Sierra …

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2018 INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY:

YOU HAVE ELEVATED NEPOTISM AS STATECRAFT- HURIWA TELLS BUHARI A prominent Non-Governmental and pro-democracy organisation-HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has berated the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration as the worst in the political annals of Nigeria in the area …

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ORTOM; The coward of the county

By Bula Wilfred “If you are emotionally attached to your tribe, religion or political leaning to the point that truth and justice become secondary considerations, your education is useless. If you cannot reason beyond petty sentiments, you are liability to …

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EX-BUHARISTS AND THEIR CROCODILE TEARS

 By Charles Ogbu You are a Nigerian with a university exposure. You read how Muhammadu Buhari executed a military coup against a democratically elected govt on 31st December 1983, locked up the Christian-Igbo born vice president, late Dr Alex Ekwueme …

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