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Eddie Iroh- Of APC And Programs

In the case of Nigeria, while many cynics would regard most slogans and campaign promises as political 419, Buhari was able to be trusted by the majority of voters because of his own personal reputation for principled politics and almost

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Reno Omokri- President Buhari’s Federal Excuses Council

On January 22, 2016, I tweeted a joke which went viral. I had said that at meetings of the Federal Executive Council (FEC), the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, would address members and say ‘turn to your neighbour and

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Agricultural Revolution: Time to make a bold move By Adekunle Smart

Renowned physicist and Nobel laureate, Albert Einstein, once quipped, “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” A careful consideration of Nigeria’s current economic meltdown reveals the truth behind this aphorism and why serious attention must be paid towards diversifying the

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Building Capacity for Science, Technology and Development In Africa, By Paul Okolo

Among the numerous reasons why Africa remains underdeveloped and burdened with poverty and diseases is the shortage of skilled manpower. In contrast, Asian countries such as China, India, Singapore and Malaysia that were at par with Africa in the 1960s

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Federal Road Safety Corps and Its Ill-Considered Policies, By Simbo Olorunfemi

There’s something to be said about some of these agencies and parastatals who seem to just run off, on their own journey in disregard of the body language of the leadership, in contempt of the mood of the nation, the

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Sierra Leone: The Importance of Partnerships In Humanitarian Response, By Momodu L. Kargbo

Crises of all sorts, from conflicts to natural disasters to health emergencies, are happening at unprecedented rates around the world – so much so that the United Nations is convening the first ever World Humanitarian Summit this month. There is

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Buhari: The Pangs of Change, By Louis Odion

With further “hair cut” of the naira on Tuesday, it does seem President Muhammadu Buhari has finally surrendered to the god of market forces. Coming two weeks after the removal of the much romanticised subsidy on petrol and five days

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Ramadan Has Come, By Murtada Gusau

All praises are due to Allah, we praise Him, we seek His assistance and we seek His forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evil of ourselves and from our evil deeds. Whomever Allah guides there is none who

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Building Capacity for Science, Technology and Development In Africa, By Paul Okolo

Among the numerous reasons why Africa remains underdeveloped and burdened with poverty and diseases is the shortage of skilled manpower. In contrast, Asian countries such as China, India, Singapore and Malaysia that were at par with Africa in the 1960s

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To Destroy a City In Order To Save It, By Owei Lakemfa

eorge Zimmerman, a 32-year old American murders a black boy, Trayvon Benjamin Martin. He is set free, and decides to further profit from his crime, by selling the murder weapon. He pockets $250,000 from the weapon’s sale, smiles to the

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