Imaginary Division In Rivers APC, Glory Emeh’s Lone Swan Song Propaganda

Imaginary Division In Rivers APC, Glory Emeh’s Lone Swan Song Propaganda By Tonye Banigo (GVE) – When he claimed he had joined the All Progressives Congress, APC, a little over a year ago, not a few members of the APC...
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UN, Regional Forces And The Need To Save Humanity

By Anthony Kolawole (GVE) -Terrorism is man’s new evil with the capability for self-extinction to mankind. It is crude, barbaric, cruel and inhuman. God Almighty frowns at it. Humanity has cursed it. Nations and countries of the world are fighting...
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Flaws In The Amnesty Report On Nigeria (A Forensic Analysis By Global Amnesty Watch)

Philip Agbese (GVE) – In line with its usual practice, international human rights non-governmental organisation, Amnesty International on February 22, 2017 issued its World’s Human Rights Report for 2016. The document detailed analysis of the states of...
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Boko Haram: Diplomatic Betrayal And Politics

By Bukar Raheem (GVE) – Often, crises emanating from one African country have the spiral effect of affecting neighbouring countries. With the sheer geographical size and population of Nigeria, any crisis which overwhelms the country would have severe neg...
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Akpagu: UniCal’s Quintessential Don And Administrator

By Philip Agbese (GVE) – Former American first lady, Rosalynn Carter once gave a recipe of the outcomes of a good leader. She enunciated that, “A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where...
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Nigeria: AI’s High As The New Low 

By Kwuanu Faeren T. (GVE) – Amnesty International is riding the wave of a newfound high after delivering on its clients’ demand, which appears to be a mission to grade Nigeria in the same column with repressive nation states. The...
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The Civil Servant In Recession And Inflation

By Muhammad Ajah (GVE) – One is put at the gage trying to comprehend how civil servants are coping up with life under recession and high inflation. Today, there are public servants whose monthly salaries are less than N25,000. That is...
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Soldiers Vs Civilians: Of Sanity And The Insanity

By Okanga Agila  (GVE) – I almost lost my calmness reading through an article authored by one Mr. Elias Ozikpu, who rudely scolded the entire Nigerian Army (NA) on account of what he perceived as misconduct by some soldiers. My...
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All Eyes On Harun Elbinawi 

By Gabriel Onoja (GVE) – Harun Elbinawi (May God expose his many treacheries) appears to have totally lost it. His timeline on Twitter reads like what it is, a terrorist propaganda bulletin aimed at inciting people to the point of...
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UN: Who Will Rescue Nigeria From Evil Neighbors?

By Bala Usman (GVE) – By now it should be clear to us that our neighbours to the north-east may not necessarily be our brothers so  should worry less about them playing the role of our keepers at least where...
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