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What I Foresee -By J. Ezike

In the late hours of the evening, North American time, I got an international phone call from far away Biafraland, Orlu to be precise. Then came the chills of grim anxiety committing curiosity to the crucifix. And all I could think in a region of my mind was the dreadful. That morbid sensation pierced through […]

As a politician of the Fulani extraction debating in favor of the “restructuring question” Atiku Abubakar presents himself as a magician with a mystical hat and a million tricks set to be conjured from a somewhat ethereal world for the transformation, rejuvenation and revitalization of the “beastly universe” into a “paradise park” – amidst the […]

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The usual traffic in Lagos, have bore something worth pondering about, it was at Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island, Lagos. Where young and vibrant youth, children between the ages of 12-23, take advantages of the long vehicular queues, to sought for their daily bread, begging for alms, requesting for foods of any form, they do that […]

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If you ever get the opportunity to get to Riyadh, in Arabia, ask them of the fruit planted by the sadauna of sokoto, in the year 1974, the Asian country side might worship you, base on the little kindness done by the sokoto caliphate of blessed memory, this fruit tree isn’t up to 6inches tall […]

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I am compelled to publicize my innermost convictions through this article in acknowledgment of the inward “wave of protest” refuting the slavish national identity bequeathed onto me by the colonial ancestors and their descendants. Hopefully, it will resonate with the dominant debate on the balkanization of Nigeria’s territorial lines, of what is known as “ancestral […]

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“Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.” Ronald Reagan (1911-2004). People naturally love freebies. However, the reality is that there is hardly anything that is free in life in the […]

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Series of unforgivable political gaffes and presentations of severe chronic illiteracy over the past two years within the residency of power by the Fulani Oligarchs and past Military shenanigans on about the Biafra Question has shown generous criminal promises. Here is the challenge: we found, amongst the Northern Coalition, a great equilibrium between imperious desperation […]

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On February 21, 2018, an article with the above titled was published on the online version of a Nigerian newspaper, the Guardian. I read the said newspaper article from the Sahara Reporters links to the Nigerian Newspapers on the Internet. I was attracted to this article by the phrase “U.S., Varsity VC” because in the […]

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INTRODUCTION Businesses abound but one veritable business idea would be the export of agro products. Agro export industry is a huge industry globally and figures amount to value over billions of dollars in total verifiable transaction. On the national level, it is also a huge market with total value of export amounting to 4.69 trillion […]

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2019 INEC Budget: Matters Arising -By Eze Onyekpere

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Is Nigeria ready for the 2019 election which is just six months away? Have the executive and legislature given the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) the resources and support it requires to organise the election? These questions are raised within the context of the executive/legislative imbroglio over the funding of the election. It is clear […]

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