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Nigeria Under Buhari A Cesspool Of Corruption

By   /  August 8, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

Nigeria a country with an estimated population of nearly 200 million is without doubts Africa’s most populous country and biggest democracy. The democracy which the country enjoys today was fought and won after a ding-dong battle against reactionary forces which led Nigeria for decades before the return to civil democratic rule in 1999.   In […]

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So Our Democracy Is Only Under Threat When DSS, Police Harass Senators?

By   /  August 7, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

I have become flaccid to the unending drag drama at the national assembly. And I have lost erection for the routine executive-legislature dominatrix. The reason is that I am in a “fair weather” relationship with both parties.   In July, I raised my feeble voice against the police blockade of Senate President Bukola Saraki’s convoy. […]

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Why Yakubu Lame should be the next Governor of Bauchi State

By   /  July 30, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

Haruna Mohammed Salisu I was at the NUJ Secretariat when a friend called to query my continued insistence that MA Abubakar, the accidental incumbent Governor of Bauchi state must be voted out in 2019. He has been my regular trigger to many writes-up, owing to his fanatical followership on anything I penned down, no matter […]

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Who Is Ademola Adeleke?

By   /  July 23, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

Comrade Saheed Okanlawon   Sudden happenings raise eyebrows, forcing questions and interpretations. A new star in a political firmament elicits multiple probings. Senator Ademola Adeleke is an enigma who from a popular family exhibits personality which fascinate many Nigerians.   One need not focus on his deeply magnetic personality, a powerful tool for winning elections. […]

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Hadi Sirika: The Audacity Of Giving Wings To Our Flight

By   /  July 10, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

Ahmed Borodo   In early 2017, when the Honourable Minister of State for Aviation Hadi Sirika announced to the world that the only airport in the Nation’s Capital would be shut for six weeks to carry out major repairs on the runway, very few people believed it would be reopened within the near impossible timeframe […]

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Unconstitutional, Null And Void – Legal Opinion On Preservation Of Suspicious Assets Order

By   /  July 9, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

Inibehe Effiong      I have perused the Executive Order (No. 6) of 2018 on  Preservation of Suspicious Assets Connected With Corruption and Other Relevant Offences (subsequently referred to as ‘the Executive Order) issued and signed by President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, July 6, 2018 in its entirety.   It has Seven Sections and Two Schedules […]

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Nasarawa Ranching: The Challenges Ahead Of Us

By   /  July 7, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

Ibrahim Kabiru Dallah   As we are aware, it is no more news that Nasarawa State Government through the Secretary to the State Government recently announced the approval of the CATTLE RANCHING in some part of Nasarawa State mostly occupied by the ALAGO NATION.   As an advocate of peace and better Nigeria, I will […]

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China’s RBI – Before We Are Left Behind Again

By   /  July 2, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

Olawale Rasheed   The Chinese conceived the grand Road and Belt Initiative(RBI) as a strategic agenda to change developmental politics of the world. Almost five years after ,the BIR is yielding results that even worst of critics are now acknowledging.   RBI is truly disruptive of existing order;it was a daring subtle attacks on the […]

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Femi Adesina: A Pastor Or A Herdsman

By   /  July 2, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

As I write this piece the nation bleeds, innocent Nigerians have been killed by terrorists and bands of heartless criminals. Some were slaughtered in their villages while others were gruesomely murdered on the highways, citizens mowing themselves it is very unfortunate that Nigerians don’t learn from history, they seem to forget that violence is an […]

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Much Ado About Nothing On Recovered Loot

By   /  July 1, 2018  /  Viewpoint  /  No Comments

John Darlington I have found it absolutely necessary to write again in reaction to the Federal Government’s decision to share what it described as ‘Abacha’s loot’ if any among the poorest Nigerians.   Sometimes, I laugh when I see some senseless decisions and policies often taken and formulated by the Buhari administration. It is a […]

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