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Mark of all seasons @ 70

 By Paul Mumeh  The story of the immediate past President of the Senate, Senator David Alechenu Bonaventure Mark, his military and political careers, albeit his steady rise to the top cannot be written completely in one book. This is just …

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The Danger of Playing Politics with the Soot

By Simeon Nwakaudu A few days ago, Nigerian Info, Port Harcourt  broadcast on her platform that Port Harcourt was the 4th most polluted city in the world. Upon  this controversial and fake information, the station’s  on-air personalities took turns to sell …

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WHO IS THE THIEF ?

– The servant of truth FFK? Or the clown of Ubima Lootimi Amaecheat By Nicholas Endeley We received with utter dismay, the second list the stupid federal government listed Olufemi Olu-Kayode as part of the looters who stole the country …

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ALL TOGETHER HAS MADE NIGERIA A FAILED STATE.

As Nigerians celebrate Easter, let us meditate on these words today and always. How well have we cared for our less privileged? How well have we fought for those who cannot fight for themselves? How much of a strong desire …

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NIGERIA- A LAND OF CONCEIT!

By Kenneth Ikonne  Nigeria is a land bristling with conceit and hypocrisy! Suddenly, the killing of General Ironsi, for which the rest of Nigeria had extraordinarily rewarded and decorated General Danjuma, has now become such a terrible crime just because …

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THE YEMII OSINBAJO MISTAKE

By Tunde Balogun If the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo knew what his guest, the American entrepreneur and philanthropist, Bill Gates, was up to, he may not have invited him to the last week’s National Economic Council meeting. Constitutionally, the NEC’s …

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LEAH SHARIBU : THE SHAMING OF A NATION. 

BY IYORWUESE HAGHER. Yesterday March 26, 2018 one of the biggest historical ironies of all time took place at Abuja at Aso Rock . His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari hosted the family members of Martin Luther King Jr. the World’s …

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DANJUMA – A SALUTE TO COURAGE!

By Kenneth Ikonne I laud Danjuma, and salute his courage. He could conveniently have chosen to cavort with Buhari and turn his back on his own people, perhaps in anticipation of more oil wells. On the day that Danjuma spoke, …

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OPINION: TY Danjuma: Matters Arising

By: Amir Abdulazeez . About two years ago when General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma (retired) celebrated his 78th birthday, a magazine saddled me with the responsibility of writing a unique and ‘one of a kind’ feature to salute that milestone. After …

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