Troops Welfarism As Buratai’s Art Of War  

Troops Welfarism As Buratai’s Art Of War By Esther Okpabi If I were not a Nigerian, resident in Nigeria, I would have regrettably missed the blues that enliven life at auspicious partisan times. Nigeria has less than a year and...
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A Foolproof Method For Creating Peace In Nigeria

By Dr. David Leffler Here is a foolproof, simple, and most expedient method for achieving peace and stability in Nigeria. During these dangerous times, terrorism could quickly end if Nigeria’s military were trained to form what is known in Latin...
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Understanding Military Operations As Safeguard Of State

Understanding Military Operations As Safeguard Of State By Ibrahim Abubakar ‎ In the most recent times, we have had to welcome diverse operations from ‘Operation Lafiya Dole’ meaning ‘Operation peace by force’, ‘Operation Harbin...
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Harnessing Gains Of The 2017 Global Terrorism Index

Harnessing Gains Of The 2017 Global Terrorism Index By Richards Murphy The Global Terrorism Index 2017 published by the Institute for Economics and Peace is one report that have excited Nigerians, home and abroad, and for good reasons too. The...
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Buhari’s Tall Ranking On Terror War 

Buhari’s Tall Ranking On Terror War By OKANGA AGILA (GVE) — Without mincing words, I did like to confess publicly that I am one Nigerian who believes in President Muhammedu Buhari.  I am not his partisan adherent, but my admiration...
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Naija’s Moonlight Camp Chats From The North-East 

Naija’s Moonlight Camp Chats From The North-East By Uche John Madu In the deepest recesses of Naija’s Northeast, quiet mountains and hills in the underbelly of Adam state quaked vigorously. Sounds of artillery fire and gunpowder competed in distilling insa...
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2017, Nigerian Army And Memorable Service To Nationhood

2017, Nigerian Army And Memorable Service To Nationhood By Nkechi Odoma The familiar Nigerian jargon, “ember” months signify several things to most Nigerians, especially, those in big or miniature leadership positions in the country. The birth of a new yea...
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Once Upon A Time Before Buhari

Once Upon A Time Before Buhari By Angula Jessica “When it comes to value, no one talks a better game than those in communications. It’s our business, after all. But when it comes to measuring leadership competencies and effectiveness, nothing...
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When Dr. Ahmed’s CUPS Of Lies Overflows 

When Dr. Ahmed’s CUPS Of Lies Overflows By Jerry Ochada Ajogwu CUPS – Citizens United for Peace and Stability, is everything but what it claims to be because nothing from its antecedents hints at unity and neither has it shown...
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The Veiled Haunting Stench In Idris Ahmed

The Veiled Haunting Stench In Idris Ahmed By Bukar Raheem Unpatriotic forces hatch fresh trouble for Nigeria every day. The battle from paid moles, morphing into forlorn dissenting elements and veiled agents of destabilization of the country are waxing stronge...
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