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Jamilu Fulani: Face of hope in the journey to civilization by Aliyu Tilde, PhD 

. He is Jamilu. An 11-year old who passed by my farm this morning where I went to inspect the application of manure in preparation for planting soybean later in

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The United Nations (UN) and a growing campaign of calumny against Nigeria and Africa by Adeyemi Ishola

In the recent past, some international organisations, including agencies of the United Nations, have been issuing some reports whose parameters are unknown and whose outcomes raise a lot of doubt,

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Afraid of impending probe, Gov Abubakar Employs EFCC Against Bauchi Gov-Elect, Bala Mohammed.

“And if the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has discovered some documents which shows that over 2,000 ghost workers have been inputted into the salaries and arrears

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Atiku’s nationality and invocation of the Identity question

.  By Bologi M. Maikudi The question of national identity and the definition of a Nigerian citizen are currently taking an interest turn. This interest would have portrayed a sense

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Al-Bashir and the consequences of Arab Spring b y Zanna Samaila & Adamu Hassan

 It all started in Khartoum on the 19th of December 2018 as a peaceful demonstration against poverty, rising cost of basic goods, unemployment and economic conundrum. It escalated to other

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Yobe: In praise of a Gaidamic Sui Generis

. By Abdullahi Bego  In history, there have been years that just rolled into one another without noise or even notice. And then there were those that came only once

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Making history with the Police Reform Bill by the 8th National Assembly by Ruth Olofin

On the 5th of December, 2018, Nigerians from all walks of life trooped to the National Assembly to participate in the Public Hearing on the Police Bill organised by the

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MPC rate cuts and need for complementary fiscal measures by Uche Uwaleke

In its second bi-monthly meeting held on March 25 and 26 this year, the Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Nigeria delivered a pleasant surprise in the form

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Erina: An Unusual Sister, Journalist Departs by Sonde Abbah

“The die is cast, Lord, I can no longer forget you. In a moment you seized me; in a moment you conquered me. My doubts were cast away; my fears

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Nigeria 2019: Eshu Laalu as polling agent by Reuben Abati

Here is yet another account of what I saw in the politics of Ogun State and Nigeria. One of my early teachable moments was the realization that you are required

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