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2019: Centrality of Rule of Law

By Emmanuel Onwubiko The ongoing campaign season will not be complete without an animated debate around the centrality of the theme of adherence of government officials to the principle and practice of rule of law. A conversation around the issues …

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RE: Peter Obi, Ghost of the Past and Reality of Today

With great disappointment and distaste, I read the above-titled piece supposedly written by one Abdullahi Haruna. It was indeed like a tour of a lunatic asylum. What are his contentions? It was clearly sponsored by those who are dismayed that …

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Police as enemy of the law

By Emmanuel Onwubiko Let me confess that even amongst the several cases of gross irresponsibility on the part of a whole lot of police operatives and officers in Nigeria, there are a sprinkling of very efficient and disciplined officers. I …

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Amaechi and Bloody Politics: The Lie Against Benue

If Amaechi could  lie mindlessly against the innocent Benue men, women and children killed by Fulani herdsmen on account of Failed Buhari, then you understand the horror Rivers State faces daily. Amaechi is an awfully  selfish politician trapped in self-preservation.  …

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YOUTH AGENDA FOR POST-2019 

 By Emmanuel Onwubiko If you flip through the pages of the Sunday Thisday of today, the first colourful advert that will greet your sense of admiration because of the high aesthetic beauty is that of the former Vice President of …

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DOCKED, DISMANTLED & DENIED DYNASTY

By Desmond Ekwueme If Rochas Okorocha succeeds in his dwindling, diminishing and declining bid to install his son-inlaw Uche Nwosu as his successor, force his way into the Senate, bulldoze his way to land his wife in the House of …

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WANTED: BAILOUT for Nigerian Army

By Emmanuel Onwubiko   In the early 80’s when yours faithfully was just about leaving primary school preparatory for enrollment into high school, something happened that has shaped my opinion of the Nigerian military. This was it: a neatly dressed …

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Trump as ‘Poster Boy’ of Nigerian Army

By Emmanuel Onwubiko   In both Nigeria and the United States of America, this outgoing week has become a historical watershed in the area of enforcement and respect of the fundamental human rights vis-à-vis the rules of engagement in internal …

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