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APC MEGA RALLY : A TRAGIC FAILURE 

To APC, PDP is like the owl. The mere sight of the owl, instills fear. If it hoots, they shiver in fear. If its quiet, their fear consumes them. The decamping of two or three former PDP members triggered the …

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Herdsmen of the Apocalypse

Posted By: Tatalo Alamu Finally, one can put an ethnic tag to the mysterious militia murdering people at will and disappearing into the vast shadows in the agrarian nerve-centres of the nation. It is a Fulani death squad. The unspeakable …

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Concerning Killer Herdsmen

By  Deji Yesufu Following the January 1st and 2nd Fulani herdsmen’s attack on communities in the Guma and Logo local government areas of Benue State which resulted in the deaths of over 70 persons, including children, there has been widespread …

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Buhari’s Presidency: Facts and fiction

By Abraham Ogbodo I am worried about the ongoing narrative that Nigerians desired a change from the PDP misrule and agreed in 2015 to kick out Goodluck Jonathan and vote in Muhammadu Buhari as President. Nothing sounds more fraudulent. Was …

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Prince Uche Secondus; A democratic force

By Bisi Ezekiel In the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) circle, Prince Uche Secondus conjures different images to different people. Regarded as “Total Chairman” by politicians in Rivers State, the national chairman of PDP no doubt has a record of success in …

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LET THE PYTHON ALSO DANCE IN THE HERDERS CAMP

BY AGADA IKECHUKWU As flags fly at half mast in Nigeria; my heart goes out to the government and people of Benue State and other states who were victims of the worst ferocious narcissism and hellish apartheid under the present …

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Butchers in Benue: What a nation!

By Anthony Cardinal Olubunmi Okogie 12 January 2018   |   3:27 am Residents fleeing Tse Igbudu Taraka and Bakin Kota communities in Benue State yesterday following the outbreak of Fulani herdsmen killing, which has left 50 people dead. Nigeria wobbles from …

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