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Opinion… Averting Crisis Through Effective Communication

  By Hasiya Haruna Wakili and Agurue Anthony   We are living witnesses to various crises in the country, especially triggered by ethno-religious conflicts and socio-political sentiments which could have been prevented through Crisis Communication strategies. At a recent training …

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A REQUIEM FOR THE LIFELESS ONE

”A voice is heard in Ramah, mourning and great weeping. Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted because they are no more”- Jeremiah 31: 15. O lifeless one, you have lost all sense of decency and you …

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By Jude Ndukwe I am one of the few Nigerians who had met Chief Tony Anenih a few times before his call to glory. So while there are lots of things to write about him from historical perspectives, and from …

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THIS IS THE CLOWN THAT CALLED ATIKU A CORRUPT MAN.

-This shameless imbecile has been exposed. READ!!!!!!!!!!! Dr Matthew Chima Amadi deconstructs Festus Keyamo on Twitter #KILLSHOT Hi Festus, I woke up the other day to a Tweet by you referring to my party as “Lootocrats” and challenged Nigerians to …

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Amaechi: The Love of Illegality 

 By Simeon Nwakaudu Minister  of Transportation, Mr Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi is of the most  popular beneficiaries of the judicial process in the history  of the nation’s democracy.  In 2007, the Supreme Court courageously proclaimed Amaechi Governor of Rivers State following …

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THE BEAUTY OF POLITICS

By Oraye St. Franklyn It is my candid opinion that Politics is about having a say in what affects us. That’s my summarized definition based on my experience since beginning active politics in 1998. It may not be an accurate …

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Why always Ortom in MINDA? 

By Ernest Tortiv Leadership is given and ordained by God and God alone. No man has the powers to give leadership. Gov. Ortom is a case study of how he has broken so many jinx in MINDA geopolitical zone, but …

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