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The #SnatchAndDie Threat Of President Buhari And The Brutish Clampdown License On Nigerians -By Gabriel Ogunjobi

Before unawareness is by any chance given credence, let it be sacrosanct that ignorance of law excuses no one (Ignorantia juris non excusat) and be made the resonating highpoint in the realest sense of this ballot SnatchAndDie directive against the Nigerian people by the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. To borrow from the Freudian proposition, what […]

Poverty is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity in our time, its not a recent development. This is clear from the fact that there is no nation, tribe, race or color that does not have terms to describe the phenomena of poverty and the poor. Take for example the three often referred to groups […]

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One thing is clear, majority of PVC carrying citizens of Nigeria are well and truly ready for the elections. It seems only the citizens know how important and crucial 2019 is. For the jokers who see themselves as the controllers of the country’s collective destiny, think again. The citizens are upset but will not give […]

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I watched the illogical and embarrassing argument of Mr Festus Keyamo (SAN) this evening on Channels TV defending President Buhari’s comment on ballot box snatching, and I began to wonder why people with intellect and pedigree begin to sound illogical, unscrupulous and ridiculous once they start defending Buhari. Keyamo sounded so illogical that Senator Dino […]

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Had everything gone to plan, a new or recycled Nigerian President would have emerged by now. But it wasn’t to be. Roughly five hours to the scheduled commencement of voting on Saturday morning, Mahmood Yakubu, a Professor and Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), announced a one-week postponement, citing sabotage, bad weather and […]

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The tornado of news on media everyday keeps increasing, whirling dust of no-nonsensical and nonsensical sands, tantamount of making one to beget catarrh. This is nothing but some besieging civilians who had hide daggers and guns under their cloaks become furious after sighting the ray of election. Should we talk of ASUU strike? Or the […]

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The youth in any nation represent the future of that nation because they play a very vital and crucial role in the development of their nation in all ramifications and have always been the major key actor to any of the activities in the country.  Few days ago, Corps members across the nation were stranded […]

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It is no news that Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has postponed the presidential and National Assembly elections that were to hold yesterday. It is also no news that angers, frustration and condemnation of this decision have jammed the Nigerian electoral space. A number of contesting theories have sprung up across divides against the […]

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The political activities that has dominated the polity in the build-up to the 2019 general elections; particularly the February 16th presidential elections leaves much to be desired. The manner in which principal gladiators are carrying on simply suggests that either they did not understand relevant provisions of the 1999 Constitution (as amended) or that they […]

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Exactly four years ago, Nigerians thronged to the polls to elect the incumbent Muhammadu Buhari of the APC after Goodluck Jonathan of the PDP had overseen an administration replete with sizeable catastrophes that undermined Nigeria’s progress as a nation. At the time, Atiku Abubakar was a chieftain of the APC until his wild ambition for […]

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