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Beyond The Sympathies, Godswill Akpabio Should Be Prosecuted

The days of reckoning are here. Read more.

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Buhari’s Politics Of Exclusion

Not only did I vote for him, I wrote articles extolling what I thought were his unassailable qualities. Read more.

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NIGERIA: PDP’s “Rebirth” And Okupe’s Prognosis

NIGERIA: PDP’s “Rebirth” And Okupe’s Prognosis

Nigerians and indeed the world are watching to see how the party fulfills these two pronged obligations. Read more.

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ISRAEL: Netanyahu Can’t Authorize Bombing Iran: Here’s Why

Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister of Defence Ehud Barak failed to win over political and security colleagues to bomb Iran.

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NIGERIA: President Buhari, The North And The Dangers Ahead

NIGERIA: President Buhari, The North And The Dangers Ahead

Can president Buhari honestly say today by his recent appointments that he belongs to nobody, and that he belongs to everybody? Read more.

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Insights Of Muhammadu Buhari 100 Days – Garba Shehu

in summary, I would like to end this piece by saying President Muhammadu Buhari will turn out to be a leader in the tradition of Lee Kuan-Yu. Read more.

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I Am Refugee Or I Am Migrant?

Legally, there is a crucial distinction. Read more to find out now.

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Letter From Africa: Does Nigeria Run Better Without A Cabinet?

“The president I know has kept this thing very close to his chest.” Read more.

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NIGERIA: The Semantics Of First Ladyship In Nigeria

NIGERIA: The Semantics Of First Ladyship In Nigeria

So, no matter the name it is called, a presidential spouse does not have any statutorily established office. Read more.

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Donald Trump Can Win: Here’s Why

The oldest rule in politics is: When your momentum catches up with your lack of organization, you’re doomed to failure. Trump has the momentum. Read more.

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NIGERIA: The Nigerian National Assembly Is More About Bogus Allowances Than Making Laws

Nigerian National Assembly is more about fashion and glamour than the serious business of making laws and shaping government policies. Read more.

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Grandiose Plans To Finally Map Out Africa: Motion Without Movement?

African Union (AU) plans go, the continental wide systematic and simultaneous delimitation and demarcation of all international boundaries. Read more.

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Australia Wants A Republic: Time For UK, The Queen To Go

I welcome a new push to say farewell to the monarchy and make Australia a republic. There’s just one problem: most of us don’t care. Read more.

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UK: Germany Migrants Plan Shows Britain Is Irresponsible

Supporters of EU say we need an international system to deal with international problems. Only Germany to have the moral vision required of it. Read more.

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UK: Jeremy Corbyn Women-Only Carriages Takes Center Stage

UK: Jeremy Corbyn Women-Only Carriages Takes Center Stage

It may sound like a man considering a relatively radical policy option and pledging consultation on it, but it is in fact the end of days. Read more.

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Who’s Afraid Of Amina B. Zakari?

Even as acting chair of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Mrs. Amina B. Zakari has gotten more than her fair share of bashing. Read more.

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The Aches and Pains of Explaining Nigeria

Buhari and the Nigerian military have their work cut out for them. They must out-think, out-strategize Boko Haram—to be able to triumph. Read more.

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How Long Will Buhari’s Intoxicant Work?

Buhari must hasten to realize he is thriving on myth carefully erected about his person and abilities by his highly imaginative image managers. Read more.

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Orji Uzor Kalu As FIFA President: A Dream Too Tall?

Dr Orji Uzor Kalu must ignore those who are making mockery of his ambition. Read more.

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Before Bishop Kukah is Crucified

Bishop Matthew Kukah is simply saying is that governance must not stop because of the fight against corruption. Read more.

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