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Alcohol and Dementia: Truth Or Myth?

There are lots of reasons why drinking too much alcohol on a regular basis is not a good idea. It can damage the liver, the heart and the brain and is bad for our general health – that much is

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NHIS’s Show Of Shame, Knocks For Professor Isaac Adewole

I have mourned and mourned. How has Professor Isaac Adewole carried on with a straight face and a closed mouth? Adewole, Minister of Health, suspended the Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme, Professor Yusuf, for three months last

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MUSINGS OF A CONCERNED COUNTRYMAN…OF TRUTH AND PROPAGANDA

Buharideens pander, they dive from one illogical end to another illogical extreme in defense of a 75 years old who has himself admitted that he is slow. They seek to make us believe that slow is Honourable, laughs. They say

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Reno: Dishonesty Of Buhari Administration Knows No Bound

On December 18, 2013, then President Goodluck Jonathan unveiled the first ever made in Nigeria drone built by the Nigerian Air Force in Kaduna. Yesterday, President Buhari went to Kaduna to unveil the same drone and declared it the ‘first

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FRSC AND THE DAUNTING TASK OF LEAD AGENCY IN AFRICA

By Esther bello Following the unprecedented catastrophe of unparallel proportion that was about to engulf the Road Transport Sector in Nigeria, where over 40,881 crashes were recorded in the year 1976 alone; concerned citizens at home and in Diaspora led

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Marriage Is A Great Anti-Poverty Program

It’s National Marriage Week USA from now through the end of Wednesday (Valentine’s Day). The week is designed to promote the benefits of marriage – financial stability, better health, greater happiness and healthier kids. Other goals are to strengthen individual

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SEX, CRONYISM, CORRUPTION: THE JANUS-FACED DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE IN NIGERIA

By Chima Amadi Ancient Roman mythology, like the earlier Greek and Egyptian myths, is replete with the heroics and evil actions of a pantheon of gods. A scrutiny of the deities reveals either mimicry or near similar attributes of the

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The task on ulama over 2018 Hajj slots

By Muhammad Ajah   It is no more current news but it is heart-warming that Nigeria got 95,000 slots for Hajj 2018. This was the same number of slots granted Nigeria for 2017 Hajj by the Saudi government. The slots

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Umar Sa’ad Hassan: This time next year

It would be just a matter of weeks before the general elections. That is if Buhari doesn’t decide to postpone an inevitable tragedy like his predecessor did. Security was what GEJ cited and issues bordering round that have quadrupled since

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Adeola Akinremi: Buhari cannot run, time ran out on him

This year is not looking good for President Muhammadu Buhari. The incurious president has spent half of January confronting what he had ignored—the herdsmen extremism. Allies of Buhari are increasingly confident that he would run again, but they don’t see

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