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Oct 2nd, 2013
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By Abiola Akintunde Some weeks ago, I had a conversation with a cousin of mine who travelled to Germany few years ago and we really talked. He asked about my welfare and that of the whole family without a sigh until he asked if Nigeria has change for good when it comes to leadership and [...]
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Mar 28th, 2013
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By Umar Bello ‘Every established order tends to produce the naturalization of its own arbitrariness’ – Pierre Bourdeau: Recent happenings in Nigeria have again necessitated the need to look into our peculiar circumstances and see the factors that may hinder the emergence of a strong united Nige...
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Jan 20th, 2013
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By Zainab Sandah Ethnicity and religion are not predetermined; we are not born, do not possess an innate sense of ethnic or religious affiliation, we become Yoruba, Christian, Hausa or Kataf largely as a factor of geographical, ancestral, and societal influences.   Against this backdrop, it is i...
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Mar 27th, 2012
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The Nigerian city of Sokoto, where two foreign hostages were killed this month in a botched rescue attempt, hopes that a model state-funded school can help stop poor children from becoming possible recruits for Islamist militants. There are plans to build hundreds of these schools across the north to...
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Feb 11th, 2012
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By Benjamin Obiajulu Aduba Nigeria needs real men and women now. Nigeria needs real leaders immediately. I do not mean politicians alone and certainly not just Jonathan. In fact not Jonathan really. Not at all. I mean ordinary Nigerians who are playing any role whatsoever in church or mosque; in civi...
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Jan 25th, 2012
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Suspected members of a radical Islamist sect attacked a police station in this north Nigeria city where its coordinated assaults last week killed at least 185 people. Youths overran the bombed station Wednesday and blood and investigative files covered the floor. Gunmen likely from the sect known as ...
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Jan 15th, 2012
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There are NO GOOD Nigerians, but serial hypocritical Nigerians: Nigeria Political can of worms:Issue of Identity crisis between the Hausa and Fulani’s, Yoruba and Yoruba’s, N’digbo, Ikweres and Igbo’s, Edos and Ishans, etc: And Just Who Are the Nigerians? It was a question that was never too far from...