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BY AGADA IKECHUKWU Like storms in a China shop, the deep rooted culture of impunity in the Nigeria Security Paraphernalia that have held sway like medieval emperor since the birth of the present administration succinctly epitomizes a re-enactment of the …

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From ‘Sai Buhari’ to ‘Káì Buhari’

By Oludayo Tade The streets have become an epistemic community where the mood of the country and the direction of thoughts are expressed, moulded, patterned and structured. When one interacts with the streets, one is able to know who is …

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From Richard Akinnola II : Sometime in February 1995, l told Chief Gani Fawehinmi l wanted to have a private meeting with him. I had noticed certain things around him which l didn’t like and because of our close relationship, …

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Herdsmen’s Menace and a rare Panacea

By Emmanuel Onwubiko John Keane is a professor of politics at the University of Westminster and the WZB (Berlin). The aforementioned scholar, who is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, is the author of a best seller politics …

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Fulani Invasion of Tivland: WHICH WAY OUT ?

By Ornguga Emmanuel On a daily basis, armed Fulani herdsmen kill and destroy properties of the Tivs. It started in Agatu, now the situation in Logo and Guma LGAs is worser than what V.S  Naipaul delineated in his book, In …

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On NAF human rights abuse in Numan

By Olatokunboh Adesanya It is very unfortunate that a highly respected international organization such as Amnesty International would make such unfounded allegations of human rights abuses reportedly committed by the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) in some villages around Numan, Adamawa …

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