Re: The Boko Haram “Technical Defeat” Ruse Is Unravelling

Re: The Boko Haram “Technical Defeat” Ruse Is Unravelling By Philip Agbese The above titled piece by Farooq Kperogi should actually be captioned “The Boko Haram “technical SUPPORT” ruse is unravelling” to acknowledge the heartbreak of those that had think...
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Flood Management: Why Maihaja Deserves A National Honour

Flood Management: Why Maihaja Deserves A National Honour By David Onmeje Natural and human-made catastrophic events appear to be steadily increasing in intensity and frequency. Proper preparation, response, and recovery are vital if humanity and its vital syst...
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Between HSBC And Buhari

By Jideofor Adibe Since the report that HSBC, one of the world’s largest banking and financial services companies, took a dim view of the Buhari government’s economic policies, operatives and supporters of the government have been falling over themselves ...
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Abuja: My Return Back To My Love

Abuja: My return back to my love By Israel Abiodun           Abuja the federal capital territory is indeed a beauty to behold. As I sauntered through its well-paved streets, I recall memories of the beautiful time...
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2019 And The Road To Damascus

By Jideofor Adibe We have now fully entered the political season – with its embedded bazaars, festivities, speeches, permutations and configurations. Most of the activities in the political space are configured to bring dividends in 2019. The presidential e...
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Gudumbali  And Boko Haram’s Frustrations

Gudumbali  And Boko Haram’s Frustrations By Anthony Kolawole  A part of Nigeria’s heart secured from insecurity in the Northeast was shuddered last Saturday.  The remnants of exiled insurgents regrouped and pushed another anxious, but futile violent rai...
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2019 Presidential Election: Assessing The Possibility Of Electoral Fraud

2019 Presidential Election: Assessing The Possibility Of Electoral Fraud By Omoshola Deji After about thirty years of stern military rule, Nigeria re-embraced democracy in 1999 and five elections have produced Presidents Olusegun Obasanjo (two term), Umaru Yar...
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Agreeing With Stakeholders On Our Victory Against Terrorism

Agreeing With Stakeholders On Our Victory Against Terrorism By Esther Okpabi Since the advent of the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria, a lot of scholars have posited various factors responsible for the rebellion. Some say it is as a result...
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PDP: The Challenge Ahead

PDP: The Challenge Ahead

By Jideofor Adibe Former Senate President, Senator David Mark, has become the latest entrant to the ever-growing crowd of candidates vying to become the PDP’s presidential flag bearer. Senator Mark, a former Brigadier-General who was president of the Senate ...
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AFP’S Support For Boko Haram

AFP’S SUPPORT FOR BOKO HARAM By Karen Goulding The Nigerian military is in a bind. It makes progress in its war on Boko Haram insurgents in the country’s northeast, only to see the progress relatively rolled back by forces that...
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