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DIMINISHING POTENCY OF NIGERIA POLICE

By Emmanuel Onwubiko Few days back, I occupied my self with the usual habit of reading through all the editorials of at least the key national newspapers in Nigeria. This was done to read the pulse of the nation given that …

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28 YEARS OF KOGI STATE.

*By Idris Miliki Abdul Kogi State was created on the 27″ of August 1991 during the military government of General Ibrahim Babangida since then we have had four military Governors, and four civilian governors, including an Acting Governor. 28 years …

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Yoruba people are not cowards 

By Femi Fani-Kayode Can anyone really say that an ethnic nationality that produced Ajayi Crowther, Herbert Macauly, Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, Efunroye Tinubu, Olusegun Obasanjo, Adegoke Adelabu, Obafemi Awolowo, S.L. Akintola, Remi Fani-Kayode, Adesoji Aderemi, Wole Soyinka, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, MKO Abiola, Gani …

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Voice Of Aiyekooto: Who Will Tell Tinubu?

Dear TINUBU, Your ambition to be Nigeria President is still a quest. I will not go deep in reminding you about your definition of Progressive  political ideology which you pride yourself with — a Progressive Democrat!  that is a fine …

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What is the definition of bad politics?

By Azuka Onwuka Anytime I hear someone advise the Igbos that they should learn how to play politics and learn to support others and work with others, I see an ignorant person and a blackmailer. Based on facts about Nigeria’s …

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MADUMERE: A SMELLY, DISFIGURED HOMOSEXUAL?

ONWUASOANYA FCC JONES I am beginning to think that one of the worst products of the Rochas Foundation Schools is Prince Eze Madumere, and one of the worst mistakes of His Excellency, politically, is over empowering a man who has …

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When Edo Shone Like A Star In UN

By Emmanuel Onwubiko She sat amongst prominent human rights figures that Nigeria can boost off. She wore the confidence of a mother who has just successfully given out her daughter’s hand in marriage to her heart rob.

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Is the Judiciary besieged?

By Emmanuel Onwubiko “If your desire is for Good, the people will be Good” Confuicius (551-479BCE) There is now the national conversations around the theme of how well we can contextualize the Nigerian judiciary as an independent arm of government …

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