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2019: The final battle of the Generals

By Lasisi Olagunju 14 May, 2018 When crocodiles eat their own eggs, let frogs run and run. Because of the 2019 elections, an intra-class war is currently raging among a special breed of Nigerians. I call their exclusive enclave the …

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AMAECHI, ABE AND THE SOUL OF APC RIVERS STATE .

Abe says: MY DISAGREEMENT WITH AMAECHI IS POLITICAL . A governorship aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State, Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, has declared that his disagreement with leader of the party in the …

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Owelles shuttle Diplomacy  Fails  !

Go back to the party and resolve your issues with your people as Presidency does not interfere in party matters. There are rules  governing the conduct of the ward congress and they are clear. If you are not satisfied with …

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PDP’S LETTER TO THE UN BEYOND COMPREHENSION  

The letter written by the National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Mr. Uche Secondus to the United Nations Secretary General accusing President Muhammadu Buhari of several allegations confirm the opposition party as a bad loser, desperate for another …

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HYPOCRISY & SELF DEMARKETING – THE APC CASE STUDY.

Written by Dax George-Kelly •They preach against impunity, yet impunity is their surname. Sham! •They preach against corruption yet they’re  more corrupt than the most corrupt party in the world, the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz [PML(N)]. This is evidenced by …

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BETWEEN THE WEAK ONE AND THE STRONG MAN

By Robinson Sibe President Jonathan, the one they called the weak one, had the courage to fire his Service Chiefs, when he felt the national security architecture needed a rejig. The CDS, COAS, CNS and CAS were all changed in …

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TUCANO JETS, AND THE DOCTRINE OF NECESSITY!

By Barrister Kenneth Ikonne I listened to Festus Keyamo, learned Senior Advocate of Nigeria, yesterday argue on national television that the DOCTRINE OF NECESSITY could be called in aid in justification of the unappropriated expenditure of almost half a billion …

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