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Buhari, 2019 elections and the law by Reuben Abati

President Muhammadu Buhari reportedly declared in China, last Sunday, that he believes in the idea of free and fair elections, and that he is committed to this pillar of the

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Rule of Law: The President got it wrong by Reuben Abati

It is unfortunate that the most important statement made so far at the on-going Annual Conference of the Nigeria Bar Association, an outright derogation of the supremacy of the rule

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National Security Vs. Rule of Law: President Buhari’s statement ultra vires Nigeria constitution

By Dr. Kayode Olukayode Ajulo The commentary of the President of Nigeria at the opening of this year’s annual Nigeria Bar Conference in Abuja to the effect that national interest

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A Dry Sallah And Other Stories by Reuben Abati

“Baba is back, we thank God” “You have started your mischief again. Baba said he will be back in two weeks, and he is back, so what is special about

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Understanding APC and the crisis of defections by Reuben Abati

Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, the “factional” leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has reportedly asked Senate President Abubakar Bukola Saraki to resign his position as Senate President. What exactly

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In Lome, President Buhari seeks regional security architecture for West and Central Africa by garba shehu

President Muhammadu Buhari in Lome, Togo strongly pitched for the setting up of a regional security architecture in the West and Central African sub-regions, giving clear indication that there is

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This country called Nigeria! by Abbakar Danladi

You think you know yourself, while someone reads your country’s entire history on a page in days, and he exclaims “wow! what a country indeed! blessed by everything, no wonder

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Blame Game! by Abbakar Danladi

Okay, why is it coming now again, after it had happened and all have gutted the pain and leave the scars to heal, now again it’s re-awakened. It’s becoming increasingly

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Nigeria: The friction and fraction of its love in diversity by Abbakar Danladi

It is to this urge I want to recapitulate something itchy about the interaction between the citizens of my dear country Nigeria especially on the marginalized said North and South

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Hadi Sirika and the return of Nigeria Airways by Reuben Abati

One of the usual features on Nigerian social media is the nostalgic passion with which Nigerians often distribute pictures of the old Nigeria Airways and how that company once considered

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