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Of DSS, Shallow Graves, Sensationalism and Sectionalism

By Jude Ndukwe The recent press release by the Directorate of State Services (DSS), Nigeria’s secret police, to the effect that they discovered some fifty shallow graves, five of which they claimed had some Fulani natives buried in them, is most unfortunate …

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Buhari 419 on Calabar-Lagos Rail Project

By Chukwuemeka Osuigwe I want clarification . I know  that GEJ approached China and secured a financial deal from one of their institutions  to finance  Lagos to Calabar  railway line. In this way, China will recoup their expenses by managing …

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President Buhari and Tinubu’s Blindspot”

By Reno Omokri I read the papers today and two of the most conspicuous headlines centered on comments made by President Muhammadu Buhari and Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, National Leader of his party, the All Progressive Congress, APC. As if in …

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Ena Ofugara wrote

Ask the APC person near you only two sets of questions 1. who withdrew 25 billion from TSA in one day? who authorized it and who collected it? And why is Buhari not prosecuting them as ordered by the National …

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Buhari  is a fanning  insecurity

By Ena Ofugara Buhari has consistently mentioned IPOB (Biafra agitators) with Boko Haram in same breath. This is fraudulent and disingenuous. Name one person IPOb has killed. Name one girl IPOB has raped and abducted. Name one secondary school they …

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THE MURDER OF THE FULANI: YUGOSLAVIA UNFOLDING

By Femi Fani-Kayode The Department of State Security (DSS) have claimed that five Fulani herdsmen were abducted, killed and buried in a mass grave by members of IPOB in Abia state a few days ago. They have also claimed that …

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This Change Master

By Moji Danisa Dawodu There is Change in Nigeria. We have encouraged change and we got it, a change from good to bad, from better to worst, from manageable to total suffering. A change where we have all changed but …

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