Buratai: Liberated Captives And Loud Songs Of Joy From Northern-Borno 

Buratai: Liberated Captives And Loud Songs Of Joy From Northern-Borno By Idoko Ainoko The frequency of good tidings churning out of the Northeast, the former Boko Harm terrorists’ hub and colony these last few weeks and months have elicited tremendous...
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The 2018 Budgetary Allocation To Education

The 2018 Budgetary Allocation To Education By Jerome-Mario Utomi. The ripple reaction that trailed the signing of the 2018 budget into law on Wednesday 20th June 2018, by President Muhammadu Buhari after a protracted wait by Nigerians has again demonstrated...
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Of Crooks And The Law Of Karma

For eight years, he loomed large as governor over a state called Plateau. And for that long, he plateaued above the law, taking domineering charge over unaudited security funds and ecological earmarks running into billions of naira. And much of...
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Nigeria, A Country Of Millions Of Tajus

The viral video of the child called Taju was both funny and sobering. Taju, in that video, was responding to a series of prompts by an adult and the affable innocence with which he spoke could not but endear the...
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Insurgency, Nigerian Army And A June Diary 

Insurgency, Nigerian Army And A June Diary By Prince Ugo The decision to pen this  article came to me impromptu.  I stumbled on a news item on an online medium, The Sun (UK), published February 18, 2018, which flashed a...
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Abu Shekau, So Gone Are Your Days of Agonies?

Abu Shekau, So Gone Are Your Days of Agonies? By Okanga Agila Terrorism is the world’s most lethal scourge. From 2009 till early 2015, when Nigerians tested its bitter pills, darkness hovered on the land. Gloom, agonies, pains, sorrows and...
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When ‘African Juju’ Is Bowing To Climate Change

“..In 2011 the oldest known specimen-a shrine for rainmakers named Panke that sprouted about 2450 years ago-died and toppled over.” The term, Juju, has been applied to traditional West African religions for such a long time that today it has...
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I remember June 12

They tried so hard to hide the truth. But truth never really goes away. It is like smoke. It eventually finds its way out. So June 12 is our Democracy Day? Well, some who talk about it may see it...
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June 12: Abiola’s Posthumous Honor And The 2019 Election Politics

By Omoshola Deji Nigerians assembled at the polls on June 12, 1993 to expunge dictatorship and usher in purposeful leadership. The widely acclaimed free, fair and credible presidential election, presumably won by Moshood Kashimawo Olawale (MKO) Abiola, was ann...
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Borno 2019 And The Insanity Of Sen. Abba Aji On Boko Haram

Borno 2019 And The Insanity Of Sen. Abba Aji On Boko Haram BY BUKAR ABBA Sometimes, I get amazed at the thinking of some politicians who feel the electorate is unreasonable, and can always be betrayed, swayed, used and dumped...
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