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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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Some absurdities of the 2019 general election by Jaye Gaskia

Let us take on a few more of the absurdities of the 2019 general elections; Inconclusive elections We begin here with the question of inconclusive elections, and the way politicians,

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Lalong: A victory delayed, not denied by Yakubu Dati

It is a trite principle law that when judgment is passed on a matter, it must not only be fair to one party but just to the overall interest of

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Why the giant of Africa matters by Margee Ensign

The results are in. The giant of Africa, Nigeria, just completed its Federal election for president. The former military dictator and current president, Buhari, was re-elected. Or was he? The

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Some absurdities of the 2019 Presidential elections by Jaye Gaskia

  There are a number of profoundly absurd, and insanely confounding developments around the recently concluded presidential elections. And I am not talking about the allegations and counter allegations about

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A pyrrhic victory built on quicksand by Segun Showunmi

”No evil deed can go unpunished. Any evil done by man to man will be redressed, if not now, then certainly later, if not by man, then certainly by God,

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Dele Momodu and Olisa Agbakoba as enemies of democracy by Odoh Michael

In 2003 when President Muhammadu Buhari first ran for the office of President and lost, he went to court to challenge the result of the election because he felt he

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Accelerating financial inclusion through the capital market By Uche Uwaleke

Financial inclusion is said to be achieved when citizens of a country have easy access to a range of formal financial services that meet their needs at affordable costs. These

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The 2019 presidential election: A preliminary assessment by Jaye Gaskia

The 2019 presidential election, to be sure has already been won and lost – if not from the moment of the close of the voting, then certainly by the time

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The developmental state, path to enhanced sustainable national development by Jaye Gaskia

As we make up our minds about who to vote for and how to vote in the 2019 general elections; As we reflect on the steps and actions that we

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