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Jeff Okoroafor
Entries posted by Jeff Okoroafor
Jeff Okoroafor is the Founder and President of OpinionNigeria (www.opinionnigeria.com), a platform that addresses today's topical issues, which won the 2013 United Nations World Summit Award (UN-WSA). He is a good governance advocate and civil rights activist engaged in coalition building, shaping and advancing responses to critical issues in Nigeria. Mr Okoroafor is one of the Strategic Team (ST) Members for the 'Bring Back Our Girls' (BBOG) Movement. The ST is responsible for managing the global activities of BBOG. A member of the Internet Society and the Managing Director of a multimedia development company, SetFron (www.setfron.com) Limited.

Dear President Buhari, When Will James Ibori Stand Trial in Nigeria? -By Jeff Okoroafor

  It is not civilization and its definitely not a 21st century practice either in Nigeria or anywhere around the globe. History has a lot in stock but unfortunately, Nigerians have chosen either by shared laziness, ignorance or complete lack of interest, never to knock on its doors especially when it matters the most. In […]

President Buhari, Making Mistakes of the Past with Bring Back Our Girls Group

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  By now everyone must have seen or read what happened to us, members of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) Movement as we tried exercising our constitutional rights, as citizens of Nigeria to protest the lackadaisical attitude of President Muhammadu Buhari-led government, to rescue 218 Chibok girls abducted over 2 years ago by Boko […]

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Beautifying your home with Nobel Carpets and Rugs

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  Interior design which is the hub of the 21st century trendy home has left so much reservation for the floor which embraces your first step as a guest into an apartment. Home is no longer home until it is homey and inviting. Hospitality is a word used to refer to your home when it […]

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The Rising Attack and Murdering of Christians in the Country.

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When injustice suddenly becomes the law, sooner or later, resistance becomes a duty. Religious rascality should have no place in our faith. Sadly, most religious leaders have failed to instill discipline and tolerance in their followers thus, resulting to series of unending killing of innocent people. The incident that occurred at St. Philip’s Catholic Parish, […]

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Revisiting the DSS Allegation and Renewed Fulani Herdsmen Attack

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  The compromising position that the Directorate of State Services (DSS) put Nigeria’s peace and unity on Saturday, April 9, 2016 is heinous, appalling and very insurrectionary. Frankly speaking I thought that by now heads must have rolled and the chips fallen where they may. It came to me as a rude shock hearing such […]

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On President Buhari’s Nuclear Security Summit attendance

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  It would be recalled that on Wednesday March 30th, President Buhari and his team left for a Nuclear Security Summit in the United States. This travel, just as the previous ones remain absolutely insignificant and can simply be termed a misplacement of priorities. Nigeria without doubt, remains a country where stinking garbage litter the […]

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Rivers Rerun: It Was No Election, It Was A Crisis

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  Any election that records the lost of one life, is no election at all. What happened in Rivers State on Saturday was nowhere near what election looks like, but very much close to what a crisis situation looks like. What we saw and what was recorded was chaos, mayhem and killings, all inspired from […]

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Unbundling of NNPC, A Necessary Evil

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  Last week the federal government made a bold move to ‘unbundle’ the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and as rightly expected, it’s been generating series of unending mixed reactions from stakeholders, workers in the oil and gas sector, legislators and the ordinary Nigerian on the street. The lawmakers strongly opposed the plan by the government […]

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Africa has been described time and again, as the ‘creator of mankind’. For those of you who have been to Africa and those of you who have not, its one of the most beautiful, resource-rich and fascinating regions of the world. Anthropologists and other Scientists around the world are now unanimous that the human race […]

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Why Nigeria Needs a Reboot

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Is the country better off today as it was eight, nine months ago when a well respected, self-disciplined and fearless man in the name of Muhammadu Buhari, walked into the Aso Villa and vowed to work tirelessly for his people? There’s definitely no justifiable or modest way to respond to this question without looking at […]

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