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AN OPEN LETTER TO KENNETH OKONKWO

– BY JOSEPH OKECHUKWU Dear Ken. I had just read from the Daily Post online Newspaper, your response to the backlash that followed that infamous pro Buhari speech and I became genuinely troubled in my spirit. No offense intended, but …

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Heart of the North 

By Dax George Kerley Now the heart of the North has been taken – the Caliphate. Good decision they made for their good State; they moved back to the parent stock. Welcome back home our dear  Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal. …

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Imo: Okorocha And His Deputies

By Comfort Obi (Source Magazine) The tragicomedy in Imo state continued on Tuesday, July 31. The swearing-in of the new Deputy Governor-elect, Calistus Ekenze was aborted. Until his hurried elevation,  Ekenze was the Head of the Civil Service. But for …

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OUR DEMOCRACY UNDER THREAT — Opposition Parties

The Labour Party and 35 Other Opposition Parties have said that Nigeria democracy is under threat. Speaking on recent Crisis  in Benue and Kano States, the opposition parties in Abuja condemned what they describe as a rampage on their leaders …

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SARS: So, Wike was right…

By Ken Ugbechie Forget the soap opera at the National Assembly. Flip the page on the dogfight between two of the shortest politicians in Nigeria, Adams Oshiomhole, the Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Dr. Chris Nwabueze Ngige. …

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It’s terrorism, not farmers/herders clashes

By Emmanuel Onwubiko   Unwittingly, the current Nigerian presidency due to the naked backing of the activities of the Miyetti Cattle Owners Association, seems to be making phenomenal progress to market the false doctrine and propaganda that what is going …

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