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Major Ways to Fixing Nigeria and Getting It to Work Again: An Eid-el-Adha Message to Fellow Nigerians

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By Sylvester Udemezue Happy Sallah celebrations to all our Muslim brethren. It is well with you all. May you all, individually and collectively, live long on earth to witness many more happy Eid-el-Adha Sallah celebrations. Amen. I respectfully advise that our leaders and indeed all Nigerians should use the opportunity offered by the 2019 Sallah […]

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Obaseki vs Oshiomhole: Time to Call a Truce

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By Bawa Muhammed Felix Oni invited me to the launch of Oshiomhole’s fundraiser for the launch of his campaign at the civic center in Lagos, the exact date, I can’t be too sure. His Deputy Governor for the eight years he was governor, Pius Odubu was there, Osarodion Ogie was there, Philip Shuaibu was there. […]

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Unending Struggle between Nigerian Politicians and Judges

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By Jide Ojo There are three arms of government, no doubt: the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. They are very pivotal to sustainability of any democracy. Other Institutions of democracy include the Election Management Bodies such as the Independent National Electoral Commission and State Independent Electoral Commission, Civil Society Organisations, the media and the […]

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Animal Looters: How Men would pay Dearly for the Sins of Money-swallowing Gorillas, Snakes, Monkeys In Nigeria

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Being Slyvester Udemezue’ s shorter epistle to Governor Ganduje In Re “No Gorilla in Kano Zoo, says Ganduje on missing N6.8m” Your Excellency, Governor Ganduje, Sir! It was recently reported that ”Zookeepers Claim Gorilla Swallows N6.8 Million in Kano”(http://saharareporters.com/2019/06/17/zookeepers-claim-gorilla-swallows-n68-million-kano-ganduje-kicks-orders-probe). We later heard that you had instituted a probe into the reported strange (is it really […]