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HOW TO RESPOND TO AN OBVIOUS  LIE AGAINST THE IGBO MAN

By Russell Bluejack  Good morning,  distinguished Biafra compatriots.  I received notification concerning  a spurious account of Jasper Adaka Boro’s death.  The fifth columnist re-narrated it to implicate Biafra soldiers.  For this industry of whoppers,  it was a Biafran that killed …

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T.B. JOSHUA: MURDER IN THE CHURCH (PART 1)

By Femi Fani-Kayode  A few weeks ago I tweeted that I would write an essay about the bombing of a building at Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua’s Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN).   Though I have been writing essays and …

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Mentorship and human development

By Ahangba Gabriel The Yorubas are are said to be the most successful in legal practice. They have the highest number of SANs and the best law firms in Nigeria. Why? Mentorship. AFE BABALOLA alone is said to have mentored …

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EIGHTEENTH-YEAR VICTORY OF UNINTERRUPTED “DEMOCRAZY”

Worthy it is to preface this literary engagement by way of submitting that conditional apologies are due to Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe and Alh. Tafawa Balewa (1963-66), Alh. Shehu Shagari (1979-83) and Chief Ernest Shoneka (1993) —by Nigerian military juntas that …

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Pogrom and other killings in the North

By Ikeroyal Emewu Let’s forget the killings during the war supervised and ordered by genocidal Gowon. Since the war ended, how many ethno religious killings have we witnessed in Nigeria up north against Igbo and now on other none northerners. …

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OBUZOR VANGUARD VOTER REGISTRATION SUPPORT PROJECT

In support of the ongoing voter registration and revalidation exercise in Ahoada West local government area, the Obuzor Vanguard is offering free bus rides from Port Harcourt to Akinima strictly for indigenes of Ahoada-west. In addition, vehicles would be provided …

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DYING IN LONDON: STATE OF BENUE HOSPITALS.

Our government and those running the affairs of Benue have no faith in the state’s health sector. Given the rich readiness to jet out at the slightest opportunity, it seems going abroad for medical check-up and treament has become something …

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