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The main Mantra of the Society -By Issa Babatunde Ahmed

Aren’t we sick and tired of the number of current and former officials in government breaks the law and walk free like nothing happened, spewing hypocritical garbage whilst simultaneously sucking up national treasury, welcome to theatre of drama where election will cost N242, 000,000,000, Two hundred and Forty billion naira only to vote incompetent leaders […]

The recent victories over dictatorship in Nigeria is an attestation to the oncoming revolution that will engulf the country. Whether the ruling elites who have perpetuated themselves in power since independence like it or not, it is inevitably going to happen. When the publisher of the Weekly Source Magazine, Mr. Jones Abiri was arrested on […]

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For many years since the coming of the current democratic epochs since 1999, successive governments have managed to wriggle their ways out of very complex and challenging situations through a combination of politically correct policy pronouncements and outright deception. Nigerians are rated to be some of the most gullible people all over the World. At […]

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  It might appear strange that of all the problems that the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has on his table his biggest concern is how to squeeze a journalist to disclose the source of a leak. But there’s a reason for his obsession. One week ago, Samuel Ogundipe, a reporter with Premium Times, […]

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  It takes an inordinate amount of cognitive stagnation to make any individual have askew conclusions about the Church – daddy freeze or whoever. Cognitive stagnation so advanced, becoming a campaign to tell everyone that Churches are responsible for poverty, or that Churches are somehow the cause of the disinterestedness towards development of the country. […]

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  A man whose child was admitted into a psychiatric facility was downcast and lamented how he had been struggling to provide the best opportunities for the child. His psychopathic child was admitted after long periods of addiction to illicit drugs and the man have being trying all he can to salvage the situation. This […]

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Ibrahim Idris, inspector-general of police (IGP), should have been given the boot the next day after he assumed office. That he has stayed this long in that office means he is stroking the right fingers. He is a telling example of why public offices should not be outsourced on the basis of loyalty. Idris’ tenure […]

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  Few months ago it was all over the news that the Nigerian Police Force and the Nigerian Civil defense requested for 317millions to feed dogs and horses as a preparation for the 2019 general elections. It was said that The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps will need N310m to feed and administer drugs […]

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  It is not often that is heard or read that Nigeria participated in international humanist or nonreligious programs. What is often in the news is that Nigeria featured in international religious activities such as the Hajj, the pilgrimage to Jerusalem, the meetings of the Organisation of Islamic Conference, of the World Council of Churches, […]

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Education has been described in many quarters as not just a tool for an individual’s self-actualization but a powerful instrument of social change. Many developed countries in the world today have attributed their success stories to their faith in education. This goes a long way in proving how vital education is to any society. Nigeria […]

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