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Mr Femi Adesina, these lies must stop now!

  The role of a presidential spokesman world over is a sensitive one. It is one that requires tact, wisdom, empathy, grace, decorum but most above all, truth. A presidential spokesperson is someone that serves as a link between the

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Aljazirah mourns ‘the Big Boss’ and ‘the Greatest’- EDITORIAL

Within the last one week, Nigeria and indeed the world lost two great heroes, loved and cherished by thousands worldwide. We join the world to mourn and also to celebrate them. Stephen Okechukwu Keshi (23 January 1962 – 8 June

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STOP THE RELIGIOUS KILLINGS NOW- EDITORIAL

By now everyone must have heard about the gruesome killing of Bridget Agbahime in Kano, spouse to a pastor who until her death was a trader in the state. She was reportedly killed by an irate mob over what they

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Ogoni Land Clean-up: A step in the right direction but…

The move by the federal government to commence the rapid cleanup of the ravaged Niger Delta Ogoni land is no doubt a welcome development. But as usual contentious issues like this need to be put in proper perspectives. Investigations have

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Saraki Needs To Resign Honorably Now!

For many Nigerians and non-Nigerians alike, the recent offer by some Nigerians in diaspora to help embattled Senate President, Bukola Saraki write his resignation letter over his ongoing trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal may be humorous but beneath

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Time to Sit Up Is Now, Mr. President!

According to a recent survey carried out by the Governance Advancement Initiative for Nigeria, GAIN, President Muhammadu Buhari’s popularity rating has dropped by 30% since last year when he came into office after a grand swell of support from Nigerians

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Five Things To Watch For As Oil Nears $50 A Barrel

As the price of crude oil nears $50 a barrel for the first time this year, traders are split over whether the near 80 per cent rally since prices bottomed in January can keep going. According to a report by

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