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Open letter to Mr President -By Adeyemi Mapaderun

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  Dear Mr. President, I believe you will not mind my scant courtesy. It is due to the sense of urgency with which I am writing this letter. However, it does not detract from the very high regards that many Nigerians (chief of whom I am one) and a lot of people globally have for […]

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Letter to National Security Adviser -By ’Tunji Ajibade

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  Dear Sir, I noticed you accompanied Mr. President in the course of his latest trip to Turkey. Over there, you were involved in the discussion of security matters. It was appropriate that you were. It affords me the opportunity to call your attention to a few of our security challenges at home. They’ve been […]

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Boko Haram: Open Letter To Finance Minister -By Wing Commander AA Abubakar

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  Dear Mrs. Kemi, Compliments of the day! I am still grieving severely over the unfortunate incident of Boko Haram terrorists attacks on the 233 Battalion, at the Sassawa Military Forwarding Base in Damaturu, Yobe state. We lost some of our best soldiers to this attack, which I believe was avertable had we allowed conscience […]

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Mugabe Writes Rochas: I Deserve A Statue More Than Jacob Zuma -By Emmanuel Ugwu

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  Dear Rochas, My hatred for the Western media is a global secret. I have personally boycotted them for over two decades. I would have maintained my blissful presumption that their flagship cable television has long gone extinct, if it were not for a recent event that had to do with your person. You may […]

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Every Nigerian Life Matters: A Letter to President Buhari -By SKC Ogbonnia

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  Dear President Buhari Let me begin by expressing gratitude to God that you are continuing to enjoy a good health after a prolonged stay in a London hospital. You have demonstrated the new lease of life by being able to give a national broadcast upon your return. You have also been well enough to […]

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Open letter to Professor Itse Sagay (SAN) -By Niran Adedokun

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  Dear Prof, I feel very privileged to be able to address this letter to you. As one of the leading lights in the teaching and practice of law in Nigeria, the opportunity to speak to you, a teacher of teachers and an accomplished legal luminary, is what someone, a relative non-starter in the area […]

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An Open Letter to Former President, General Mathew Okikiola Aremu Olusegun Obasanjo (GMOAOO) -By Okike Benjamin

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  It is with heavy heart that I write this open letter to you. I am appealing to you to as an elder statesman give candid advice to the present President, General Mohammadu Buhari (GMB) to answer a clarion call by Nigerians for urgent restructuring of this country. Let it be known to all that […]

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Letter to Nnamdi Kanu -By Reuben Abati

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  Dear Nnamdi Kanu, We have never met. I only know you by reputation and I have had cause in the last year to write on your activities within the public arena and offer my own views about you, your persona, and your interventions in the Nigerian debate. I sincerely hope you would get to […]

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Of Lions , Weaker Animals , Redlines and Unity -By Sarkin Yaki Naijeriya

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  Dear Mr Muhammadu Buhari, You cannot “decree” unity anymore than you can effect a pregnancy by fiat. Unity is an outcome of equity, justice and an all-embracing vision. But you can; 1: Do justice. 2: Practice equity. 3: Promote a compelling inclusive vision. And then unity will happen of its own accord. The people […]

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An Open Letter To President Muhammadu Buhari -By Kennedy Emetulu

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  Dear Mr President: Welcome back! We are all relieved to see that you look better than the last time you returned. Nigerians believe God is working in your life and for a purpose. Of course, many of us may interpret that purpose differently, but I think we are all united in believing that whatever […]

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