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Bonny/Bodo Road: Know the Truth.

By: Victoria Mieadonye Jumbo Dear Oby Ndukwe, It’s indeed regrettable, that you tried to play politics with an innocent post made by Mr. Larry Pepple concerning the N9 Billion Naira that was budgeted for the Bonny/Bodo road project in the …

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HE WHO FIGHTS AND RUNS AWAY…

By Ikenna Asomba Within the last 48 hours, I have been inundated with comical remarks made against Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, by some Online Rabblerousers, stating that MNK is a Coward for retreating …

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I suuport South-East Governors, but

by Ikeroyal Emewu I stand with the South East governors in proscribing Nnamdi/IPOB activities. My grouse with Python Dance is in laying siege to the entire Igbo nation and killing people on the streets when they could have picked Nnamdi …

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Time To Suspend The ‘Python Dance’

President Buhari should withdraw the army from the Southeast in the nation’s interest That the situation in the Southeast has almost reached a tipping point is an understatement. Even if that is the goal of Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, the irritant …

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DIFFERING CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS!

by Kenneth Ikonne Yesterday, in my post captioned, “THE WRITER AS AN ACCESSORY TO MURDER”, i did argue that once violations of human rights on an industrial scale are established, as is the case in OPERATION PYTHON DANCE, then every …

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THE LEADERSHIP QUESTION IN TIVLAND

by Tersoo Zambe No rocket science is needed to detect that the leadership in Tivland is in accident and emergency ward. The simple reason is that, things are not just working for the fourth largest ethnic group in Nigeria. Clearly, …

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Nothing New: Terror to Evil is Righteous

by Ross Alabo George The Africa National Congress (ANC) was declared a terrorist organization in 1987 and the United States listed the ANC as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) during their years of struggle. Even Mandela was considered a terrorist …

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