Goodluck Jonathan Must Return To Keeping The Golden Silence

Goodluck Jonathan Must Return To Keeping The Golden Silence By Okanga Agila (GVE) – Even fools are thought wise if they keep silent, and discerning if they hold their tongues – Holy Bible, Proverbs 17:28 NIV. In the months that...
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Nigerian Army’s Marked Difference In Counter-Insurgency War

By Uche John Madu Terrorism is the world’s most troublesome monster. Nations dread it; individuals resent it. And the rapidity terrorism has spread its tentacles and the sophistication it has attained within a short while have remained issues on the...
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Nigerian Army And Lessons From The Human Rights Desk 

By Daniel Abutu (GVE) – Anywhere in the world, the military is dreaded by the civil populace. Rightly or wrongly, the army as an institution particularly is more dreaded than the other arms of the military on the assumption that...
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JAMB: When Truth Hurts Infinitely  

By Anthony Kolawole (GVE) – Nigerians resent truth. They abhor it and seek to cage it within the prisms of their crooked instincts. When President Muhammadu Buhari launched the national re-orientation campaigns for attitudinal change tagged #ChangeBegins...
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ASUU’s Mindless Attacks On Oloyede Led JAMB

ASUU’s Mindless Attacks On Oloyede Led JAMB By Moses Agwu (GVE) – The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has somehow managed to take time off churning out half-baked graduates as it savages the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JA...
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No Shiites!  Nigeria Is Not A Terrorists Nation

By Israel Abiodun (GVE) – Some Nigerians are really of queer breed. They act, reason and attempt to curry support on issues and matters that are completely in dissonance with the virtues of truthfulness, patriotism and commonsense. A perusal of...
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Ikoyi Money Recovery And Mess Following It

Niran Adedokun Just 24 hours after The PUNCH columnist, Abimbola Adelakun, wrote about the needless spectacle that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission brings to its work, the agency out-performed itself in a most unforgettable way. Like a man widely.....
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Adieu, Colonel David, My Soul Mate & Brother

As is evident in all my articles in this column since inception on December 19, 2007, apart from providing information on my subject matters, I also write for lessons to be learned from my pieces. This one is no exception...
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Forex: Nigerian Banks In The Dock

Tayo Oke Ask anyone in a random survey about the profession they find most trustworthy. The answer would most probably be: “bankers, of course”. They are ranked only behind people in the medical profession in some surveys. Journalists, estate agents,...
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And Buratai Shakes Naija With Shekau’s Capture

By Anthony Kolawole (GVE) – He went into an eerie state, after a hard day’s work, stretching himself on his camp bed.  His heart shook violently and beads of sweat covered his forehead, but eventually fell asleep. The theatre commander...
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