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Lalong’s Social Inclusion Mode: A Sure Cure For Nigeria’s Prevailing Unrest -By Sanni Inuwa Baba

  Social inclusion has continued to remain topical in Nigeria from one era to another. Authors with good historic memories have referred to lack of social inclusion as the major endemic that caused the first ever coup d’état in Nigeria. If this is true, could it be the same reason for the second coup and […]

Nerve-cracking and heart-rending internal insurrections around Nigeria have pepped up anxieties, pains and sorrows. It has intensified tensions, fear and a frightening feeling of insecurity among the citizenry. Nigeria had lived with this sickening bug and internal servitude for years. President Muhammadu Buhari was not just worried about this ugly trend, as a passive participant […]

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  As the four-year mandate given to the Buhari administration in 2015 draws gradually towards an inglorious end, and the many incalculable prospects of 2019 are throwing up the strangest of political permutations in the polity, it is not imperceptible to conclude that a generous assessment is that the administration has frittered away the sheer […]

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  For all things under heavens, there is a time. A time to be born and a time to die. And in between is the time to live. It is the wish of all mankind to live a worthy and accomplished live here on earth. Sextus Propertius quote “that death is best which comes appropriately […]

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A.B Mahmoud SAN has been the most controversial NBA President in recent memory.When some corrupt judges were clamped down upon by the DSS,he called for their immediate release and even went ahead to threaten that there would be ‘consequences’ if they weren’t.The question back then was why he was willing to drag the name of […]

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Without a doubt, Dr. Olusegun Obasanjo (OBJ) is an important witness to the Nigerian history. He is also known to often speak his mind, whether good or bad. But ignoring him is to do so at one’s own peril. That is why the controversy trailing his recent open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari may never […]

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  The letter by former President Olusegun Obasanjo asking President Muhammad Buhari not to contest the 2019 election is one of the most misinterpreted missives in the Nigerian political climate. Again, it shows that much as the polity has been awash with political tricks and subterfuges, that only few could discern the deeper meaning of […]

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Buhari, You Roared Like A Tiger, Stop Biting Like A Squirrel -By Churchill Okonkwo

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  Dear President Buhari, though I have not met you, I’ve known you for a long time, having first voted for you in 1999 when no one gave you a chance. My President, every time your administration commits a blunder (and there has been plenty), or is in caught in increasing acts of corruption, I […]

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Buratai: What A Time To Be Proud Of Nigeria -By Nneka Obi

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  The last time I visited Nigeria was in 2013. My husband approved my request to visit home to celebrate the Christmas and New Year. I came with our three children, Chidi, Okey and my lovely little daughter, Amarachi. It was the second time I would make a trip home since we relocated to the […]

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Buhari does not want to be called a statesman -By Sonala Olumhense

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Days after General Muhammadu Buhari won Nigeria’s presidential election in 2015, I participated in a meeting in a United Nations office. Everyone was on time, but the meeting began late. Nigeria was in the air. The two Nigerians, one of whom was to chair the meeting, were treated rather like rock stars. Nigeria was about […]

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