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2019: An Advisory to Buhari

By Ike Abonyi ‘Go not to the Elves for counsel, for they will say both no and yes’-JRR Tolkien I was actually contemplating an open letter to President Muhammad Buhari in this column when former President Olusegun Obasanjo released his …

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*The Demystification of Buhari*

Prior to May 2015, General Muhammadu Buhari was seen by many as the epitome of discipline, incorruptibility, and integrity. Though this perception of him was largely without factual base, Nigerians wanted a hero and so Muhammadu Buhari was idolized and …

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APC’s Daily Trust and the burden of junk journalism 

By Simeon Nwakaudu Daily Trust is at it again. They are spreading the APC planted falsehood and propaganda against Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike. This time, the Pro-APC newspaper has published another concocted report, “PDP Govs Meet over Wike, …

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The Awkwardness Of #FreeRivers Mantra 

Miyetti Allah Rivers State Chapter led by Rotimi Amaechi has been organising political rallies tagged #FreeRivers, but the only thing speakers of these rallies do is to rain insults on Governor Nyesom Wike and Senator Magnus Abe. Amaechi who used …

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THE POLICE IG AND HIS DEMONIC DIRECTIVE. 

By Charles Ogbu. The Police IG, Ibrahim Kpotum Idris, has ordered that the vigilante groups set up by governors as a response to the ethnic cleansing the Fulani terrorist herdsmen have been visiting on the non-Caliphate rest of Nigerians be …

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NIGERIANS ARISE AND SAVE YOUR COUNTRY 

By Umar Ardo, Ph.D Truthfully, and with all sincerity and humility, I cannot understand how President Buhari thinks and reasons. He failed to come to Adamawa and commiserate with the people when 142 of its indigenes were brutally murdered in …

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The Limits of Propaganda

BY Ben Murray Bruce      ben.murraybruce@thisdaylive.com Transparency International (TI) revealed last Wednesday that corruption in Nigeria is now worse under President Muhammadu Buhari than it was before he took over. That was sad, but it was not as sad as the presidency’s …

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