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by Olusegun Adeniyi That it took eight months after the plane crash that left Governor Dambaba Suntai critically injured for the political uncertainties in Taraba State to unravel is a real surprise. But now the gloves are off and the unfortunate power struggle is now in full swing. It all started la...
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By Jacky Mamou, and David Khalfa, Ten years, that makes ten years, that the people of Darfur have endured such suffering that the Secretary General of the United Nations, Koffi Anan, decried the situation as “hell on Earth” in 2004. The leaders of the Sudan, in the face of a defiant rebellion, launch...
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editorial On June 4, 2013, the Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) issued a statement announcing the arrest in the United States of Mr. Solomon Adelaquaye, Managing Director of Sohin Security Services Limited, the company in charge of security at our premier airport, Kotoka International. According to th...
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(Nairobi) – The Somali parliament should revise the draft law establishing a national human rights commission to ensure a robust, independent body with a broad mandate and enforcement powers, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Parliament should hold public hearings on the draft law a...
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Teshome Abebe Much has been said and written over the past couple of weeks about Egypt, the Blue Nile, Ethiopia’s determination and resolve, and the national identity. This article is not intended to add to the volumes of responses and musings, some of which appear to be giving advise to the Ethiopia...