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When will Buhari be President?

By Chibiko A. Since May 29, 2015, Muhammadu Buhari though sworn in as Nigeria’s President, refused to assume the responsibility for the exalted office. For 19months, Buhari chose to oppress Nigerians, suppress perceived opponents, promote tribalism and destroy democracy. Buhari …

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Is this another Yar’Adua case?

▪Michael Onyedika: Another Yaradua episode playing out. Before Nigerians will realize what’s happening, somebody’s dead body will be sneaked into the country in the middle of the night with airport lights turned off. Few months later, a Yoruba professor will …

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Shameless southerners

By Okey Igbokwe Notice that no Fulani Muslim was in the forefront of the planned mass protest to support Tuface against bad governance and corruption of Buhari? They all went to the background urging security forces populated by the Fulani …

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The Egyptians we see today

by Femi Fani-Kayode President Muhammadu Buhari has finally acknowledged that he is sick and he has extended his stay abroad indefinately. It is now clear that Nigeria is in trouble and that she is on auto-pilot. Kindly pray for Vice …

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The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Boko Haram

▪ Eeben Barlow February 1, 2017 A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF BOKO HARAM The West African state of Nigeria, currently considered Africa’s largest economy, has, in the north-east of the country, been under sustained attack by an armed, radical Islamist movement, …

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Don’t Blame Tuface

Please don’t blame Tuface. Remember what happened to the Shiites? Till date, no one has been arrested or prosecuted. Zakzaky remains jailed! At least 346 Shiites (by government admission) killed and buried in mass graves. Tuface is an entertainer, not …

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QUIT ASKING ME TO TAKE IT EASY ON BUHARI

By Farouq Kperogi Over the last several hours, I have been inundated with a steady stream of impassioned pleas from many well-placed and not so well-placed Nigerians, including the emir of my hometown, requesting me to “please take it easy …

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Nigeria is sliding 

We have deteriorated to a point as a country in Nigeria were one can no longer protest. Either they send people to attack you or security agencies will manhandle you,shoot indiscriminately and stop u except you are doing a solidarity …

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