Rule Of Law: The President Got It Wrong

Rule Of Law: The President Got It Wrong by Reuben Abati It is unfortunate that the most important statement made so far at the on-going Annual Conference of the Nigeria Bar Association, an outright derogation of the supremacy of the...
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Nigerians, Weep Not For Ayefele

Nigerians, Weep Not For Ayefele She could be mistaken for the goddess of beauty, but this early Sunday morning, Beirut typified the goddess of anger as she flung open the bedroom door, stormed down the exquisite hallway into the luxurious...
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Chronicling IMN’s Atrocities And Elasticity Of The Masses

Chronicling IMN’s Atrocities And Elasticity Of The Masses By Charles Ibekwe What is the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN)? The Islamic Movement in Nigeria is a religious and political organization based in the northern region of Nigeria headed by Sheikh...
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Democracy: Raising The Red Flag On Ojukaye

Democracy: Raising The Red Flag On Ojukaye By Simeon Nwakaudu The APC Federal Government is a tragedy of frightening dimensions. Through deliberate efforts of a clueless President, the institutions of democracy built over 16 years are being destroyed on a...
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Kofi Annan: And Africa Died

Kofi Annan: And Africa Died By Philip Agbese The death of former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, sent shivers down the world because he was an exceptional being and one who left indelible marks in the sands of time. The...
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Oh Tambuwal! When Your Mumu Go Do?

Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, the Governor of Sokoto State, is a man who will soon be consumed by his inordinate ambition. He will be consumed not because he dared to aspire to the highest office in the land but because of...
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After Daura’s Sacking, What Next?

After Daura’s sacking, what next? While the remote and immediate causes for last week’s decisive sacking of Mr Lawal Daura as the Director-General of the Department of State Services remain a guess, it is unarguably the most inspiring action by...
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Why Politicians Are Not Worth Dying For!

Why Politicians Are Not Worth Dying For! This Friday, August 17, 2018, the Independent National Electoral Commission will be issuing a Notice of Election in accordance with Section 30 (1) of the Electoral Act 2010, as amended. This will in...
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Re: The Asaba Disgrace

Re: The Asaba Disgrace By Philip Agbese “Patriotism is your conviction that this country is superior to all other countries because you were born in it.” – George Bernard Shaw The above quote should hit Rueben Abati if indeed he...
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2019 And The Southern Borno Conundrum

As the elections draw nearer, there have been lots of political calculations in the polity, especially at the state level. This trend is more pronounced in states where the governor is not seeking reelections. And as natural, the struggle to...
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