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EFCC: Is Obono-Obla sabotaging the anti-corruption war?

EFCC: Is Obono-Obla sabotaging the anti-corruption war?

One of the constitutional amendments that Nigerians have been clamoring for is the separation of the office of attorney-general from the position of minister of justice.
PANDEF tackles politics of deceit in Niger Delta

PANDEF tackles politics of deceit in Niger Delta

The PANDEF ultimatum appropriately mirrored exasperation with the lukewarm response of the Federal Government to the Niger Delta demand.
Constitution amendment: A fatal blow to nation-building

Constitution amendment: A fatal blow to nation-building

The legislators have proved that their interest is more important than that of other citizens and the country
Open Letter to the FCT Minister, as Cows take Over Football Field in Abuja – by Aderonke Bello

Open Letter to the FCT Minister, as Cows take Over Football Field in Abuja...

Please relocate these cows from Area 10 Parade Ground
Father sexually assaults daughter for 7 years in Kano

UNDERSTANDING THE RAPE CULTURE

Amnesty International fingers policemen as major perpetrators of rape in Nigeria
For ‘a man of the people,’ Dapo Olorunyomi, at 60

Saraki’s farcical coup of July 4th

Nigerians know that the mischief was aimed at undermining the acting president
The Aso Rock Charade:Whither The Succour?

The Aso Rock Charade:Whither The Succour?

The charade in aso rock is well pronounced
Daddy, I’ll be a Pilot! And he was only 4 years old

Daddy, I’ll be a Pilot! And he was only 4 years old

“Daddy, I'll be a pilot!... What does he know about piloting”
Osinbajo drives a country paralysed by tension

Osinbajo drives a country paralysed by tension

The refusal of the Federal Government to arrest the atrocities of herdsmen and implement the recommendations of the 2014 National Conference is escalating tension in the country.
Senate discusses youth unemployment, development

Myths about fighting corruption in Nigeria

The war against corruption must be fought courageously without exception and biases.
The revolving door of arrogance

The revolving door of arrogance

By the time the governor’s son was let out of the supermarket, the pompous brat did so with his tail prominently dangling between his legs.

To Fight Malaria, Invest in African Scientists

90 % malaria deaths occur in Africa
Demolition of station: Breeze FM, Lafia threatens court action

Al-Makura’s reign of intolerance

By demolishing Breeze FM, he has upgraded intolerance to a dizzying level

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