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Restructuring Nigeria: In whose interest?

By Johnson Samson For about two decades now, there have been several calls and agitations by individuals, geo-cultural groups and political associations for the ‘restructuring’ of Nigeria. However, previous and

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A peep into Buhari’s anti-corruption war

By Abdulrahman Abdulraheem   The fact that financial corruption perpetrated by successive leaders, their appointees and associates as well as top civil servants is mostly responsible for Nigeria’s backwardness is

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NAHCON: Offering selfless, efficient service to Nigerian pilgrims

By Abdulrahman Mohammed One of the most challenging annual operations the world over involves the coordination and eventual airlifting of thousands of pilgrims to the Holy Land. The logistics and

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Abdullahi Mukhtar Mohammed: Excellent leadership by example

By Abdulrahman Mohammed Comets were not seen on the day his appointment was announced nor was any eclipse of the sun, moon or star evident. On the contrary, a pertinent

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How we arrived at N1.5m 2007 Hajjj fares – NAHCON Boss

By Ganiyu Ishaq   The chairman of National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), Barrister Abdullahi Mukhtar Mohammed, has explained how the commission arrived at the 2017 Hajj fares. There has

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BORNO: Service in the face of daunting challenges

By Nasir Kura   Some political office holders sweep into office on the back of their electoral triumph stoking expectations and promising to deliver heaven and earth on a platter

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Kashim Shettima: The man, the vision

By Nasir Kura Kashim Shettima was born on September 2, 1966 in Maiduguri, the capital city of Borno State. After his secondary education at Government Science Secondary School, Potiskum in

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Usman Mamman Durkwa: Borno’s tested and trusted Number Two

By Joe Stanley The responsibility of being an assistant or deputy to a leader or head of an organization, state or country is, on the face of it, as easy

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Hajiya Nana Shettima: Enduring legacies of a quintessential First Lady

By Falmata Zanna   Childhood experiences have a way of enduring for ages and even have a bearing on some of the projects or careers people undertake later in life.

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Danjuma Nanpong Sheni: Dedicated diplomat, peerless Perm Sec

By Nura Salami In Plateau State, one of the names that not only rings bells but resonates from one nook and cranny to the other is Ambassador Danjuma Nanpon Sheni.

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