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Cross River: From a Closed to an Open Political Environment

  BY Inok Solomon   One would think Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba more matured and loyal to a political system when everything went against him. He ...

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Two years of great strides without minding the battles

BY Inok Solomon The life of man upon earth is warfare … — Job 7:1 What follows is for those who want to change the ...

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Sustaining the Efficacy of Stomach Infrastructure in Ekiti

  BY Sunshine Anifowose   THE concept of stomach infrastructure of which Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State Introduced prior his Inauguration as a second ...

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A House Divided Cannot Stand – Can APC Stand?

  BY Stevola Biglambert De-King The APC is currently divided into four warring camps as follows: a) The Aso Rock Cabal Camp (ARC) b) The ...

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Nnamdi Kanu’s Travails: A Bare Bail Devoid Of Liberty

  BY Chief Mike A. A. Ozekhome, SAN, OFR, FCIARB, LL.D I congratulate Justice Binta Nyako for being courageous enough to even grant bail at ...

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Nnamdi Kanu’s Unfair Trial Makes a Huge Mess of Nigeria’s Judiciary and Questions the Role Law Plays In a Civilized Society

  BY Russell Bluejack   It was jubilation galore when the trial judge of the wrongfully imprisoned advocate of secession, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, was declared bailable, ...

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NNAMDI KANU: One Man Too Huge to Be Stomached By the Northernized Nigeria

  BY Russell Bluejack   The call came in the middle of a very serious meeting. “The fetters have been broken” was what the caller ...

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Who is the Presidency?

  BY Reuben Abati   ‘Once you fall out of line or favour, due courtesies may not be extended to you. I was instructed on ...

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How Buhari’s CSO threw Punch Reporter out of Aso Rock Villa

  BY Ramo Silvers   OLALEKAN Adetayo, State House Correspondent of The Punch, was Monday expelled from the presidential villa in Abuja for writing reports ...

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Nsima Ekere’s NDDC and the ghost of the past

    BY Osondu Ahirika    The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC is currently at the centre of a storm of controversy in Akwa Ibom ...

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Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Appears To Be the Only “Thief” This Government Knows

  Russell Bluejack I am worried as much as other concerned Nigerians are that GEJ, the inarguably only democrat Nigeria has, may ever have, is ...

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The Igbo Never Claimed Port Harcourt: One Myth That Fans the Embers of Division of the South-South and South-East

By Russell Bluejack This myth is actually a destructive ideology that has simmered down and further divided the South-South and South-East. As a lad, this ...

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Onward Christian Soldiers

  BY Femi Fani-Kayode   The United States House of Representatives declared Nigeria as the most dangerous place for Christians to live in the world ...

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Professor Salisu Shehu’s Misrepresentation of My Last Column on Buhari

  By Farooq Kperogi This post will be longer than usual. I apologize in advance. I normally don’t respond to responses to my media interventions ...

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How Serena Williams Electrified Tennis

  BY Dylan Boor Serena Williams has revolutionized the sport of tennis on and off the court. Throughout her long career, she’s proved that no ...

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