Sunday, June 13, 2021

OPINION

Nigerian Government’s Twitter Ban: Another View

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By Olalekan Adigun - I first heard about Twitter during my Final Year at Ife University in 2011. I neither knew how it worked nor how to even be a part at the time. I only knew of Facebook which...

June 12 Democracy Day as Buhari’s Legacy

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By Ainofenokhai Isa - If there is any sector of society that President Muhammadu Buhari was expected to leave an enduring legacy, most people would bet with their lives that it must be in the area of security. And it...

As Nigeria begins process of 1999 Constitution Amendment

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By Jerome-Mario Utomi - With the House of Representatives recent invitation to the general public, executive and judicial bodies, traditional institutions, political parties, civil society organizations, professional bodies and all other stakeholders, to public hearing on the ongoing amendments to...

Democracy, Leadership and the Future of our Republic

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By Jerome-Mario Utomi - Two separate and conflicting arguments about how a nation can entrench masses - focused leadership and public institutions devoid of corruption/transparent governance stemmed this piece. The first came from Kurt M. Campbell and Jake Sullivan. While...

Why Africa is continually in crisis, By JEROME-MARIO UTOMI

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At the present moment, no nation best typifies a country in dire need of peace and social cohesion among her various sociopolitical groups than Nigeria adding that over the years, myriads of sociopolitical contradictions have conspired directly and indirectly...

What’s new about Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala? By Oluwakemi Makinde –

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Njideka: The Little Girl Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Saved from Death In recent times, both traditional and digital media spheres have been awash with news about the Nigerian economist who overcame tremendous odds to achieve the incredible - the incredible being becoming...

Freedom of Movement is for Human Beings, Not Cattle and Sheep

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By Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, OFR, FCIArb, LL.M, Ph.D, LL.D INTRODUCTION The Northern elites, including the Hon Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, SAN, miss the point sorely when they compare Igbo peaceful spare-parts dealers who go about their normal spare...

Christianity, Islam and Nigeria’s secularity in historical context: A need for reflection, By UMAR...

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I really had no intention of discussing this matter as its understanding by most Nigerians is either unclear or deliberately twisted in opposition to the ideals of Nigeria’s nationalism and constitution. While the unclear is docile, the twisting group...

The Sun, Moon and Stars

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By Gabriel Agbo - “The sun and moon grew dark, and the stars no longer shine…Then the LORD will pity his people and be indignant for the honour of his land! He will reply, ‘Look! I am sending you grain and wine...

Post-COVID-19 Pandemic, Nigeria and France must seize the chance to strengthen Military and Economic...

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By Muhammadu Buhari, President, Federal Republic of Nigeria - Today, leaders from across Africa meet in Paris to discuss plans to recover from the impact of a common enemy – COVID-19. But for African nations from across the Sahel region...

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Anger as Naomi Campbell promotes Kenya using Nigerian music

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The tourism industry is dwindling, being one of the hardest affected by the coronavirus pandemic and many countries are looking for creative means to...

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