Further Notes On People’s Manifesto In Nigeria

By Edwin Madunagu In a previous article on this subject (February 21), I proposed that a Nigerian people’s manifesto at this particular critical time in our country’s history should have a double character. It should be, in the first place,...
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Is Boko Haram Really Defeated?

By Tony Ogunlowo The recent kidnapping of more than another 100 girls from the Government Girls Science Technical College in Dapchi, Yobe state shows that the sect is far from defeated: it still has the manpower, logistics, intelligence and organisational...
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Nigeria’s Corruption Problem: Is Getting Worse A Step To Getting Better?

By Uche Igwe As usual, the release of the annual Corruption Perception Index (CPI) made screaming headlines internationally – which is good.  Countries were graded according to their seeming progress in the fight against corruption – from where gaine...
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Drafting A People’s Manifesto

Drafting A People’s Manifesto By Edwin Madunagu It is now appropriate, indeed imperative, for the Nigerian Left to present its own manifesto to the country. This should be in form of a people’s manifesto, a people’s charter of demands in...
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Banters In Lagos, Poverty And Disease In The Niger Delta

By Jerome-Mario Utomi. The Eko Convention Centre, Lagos, venue of the meeting was lavishly decorated to impress, and it did impressed. The participants were corporately kitted; men and women alike. All seated in such a manner that could be mistaken...
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Are ‘Digital Age’ Leaders Really The Answer?

By JideoforAdibe One of the important issues highlighted by innuendo in Obasanjo’s recent letter to Buhari on the basis of which the Ota General advised him to forego any second term ambition is the issue of his age. Buhari is...
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Yusuf Buratai: Times And Life Of A Legend 

BY BUKOLA OLASANMI Yusuf Buratai, just like his son, served the military, with distinction, honor and valour. Little was known about his birth and early childhood, however, In 1942 Alhaji Yusuf Buratai (Senior) the father of current COAS joined the...
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Buratai: World World II Legend Goes Home

Buratai: World World II Legend Goes Home BY OKANGA AGILA “People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.” -George Orwell War is an ugly thing, but not the...
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Assessing Haruna ‘s  Change Mantra In NASENI

Assessing Haruna ‘s  Change Mantra In NASENI BY BEST AGBESE Nigerians have held President Muhammadu  Buhari on public accountability strictly on his professed sobriquet of “Change mantra,” in the administration of Nigeria.  Before May 2015, there was ...
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Making The Post Insurgency War A New Focus 

Making The Post Insurgency War A New Focus BY RICHARD MURPHY Anyone that still doubts that Boko Haram has been defeated would have to watch the latest video released by Abubakar Shekau, the sociopath leader of the terror group –...
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