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Opinion/Columns

Falana not familiar with facts of Dasuki’s case

By Okoi Obono-Obla [I]t is apparent that Femi Falana (SAN) is not well conversant with the facts of Dasuki’s case otherwise he would not have argued that the Federal Government

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Why every Nigerian must speak French

By Reuben Abati [I] was on my way back from Botswana, after attending a conference organized by the Africa Leadershipji Forum (ALF). This was sometime in the 90s, on that

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Dasukigate: Our Collective Burden

By Denja Yaqub Since the inauguration of the current government, it has become clear that Nigeria has been under siege for decades, vacillating from one corrupt government to the other

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Fayose’s Last Chance

By Pius Obansa The story of Governor Peter Ayodele Fayose is unique in the sense that he’s the first governor in Nigeria to win reelection after being  impeached from office.

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