Nigeria

By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 20th, 2014
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by Obinna Akukwe(profetobinna2@yahoo.com) Genevieve Nnaji, Nigeria’s most popular and sought after actress in the ever growing Nollywood industry have demonstrated over time that audacity and tenacity of hope coupled with the grace of God can bring one to an enviable place in life despite initi...
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Aug 20th, 2014
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(London To Paris Bike Ride For African Unity) By Uchenna Ndu, CFA and Ahmed Olayinka Sule, CFA Prologue Uchenna (Victor) and Ahmed will be cycling from London to Paris on 22 August 2014 to a) Raise awareness on the need for African unity and for people of different ethnic groupings to live in harmony...
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Aug 19th, 2014
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By Olugu Olugu Orji Mnia A Syrian king and his murderous host had laid an impregnable siege on the ancient city of Samaria. Matters had degenerated to the point where the head of an ass sold for 80 pieces of silver. By today’s reckoning, that would be $10,240: the local equivalent being in excess of ...
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Aug 18th, 2014
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By Jim Kouri The bloodthirsty and brutal Islamic terrorist group. Boko Haram, appear to be attempting to show the world that they’re equal opportunity kidnappers on Friday when they invaded a village in Nigeria and abducted dozens of boys and young men, loaded them on trucks, and then drove out of th...
By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 15th, 2014
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I’m sitting on the sofa in my living room watching the television when the commander-in-chief of the armed forces of a country of 160 million people, in a careless and rash statement, declares that MEND (a notorious chauvinist cacophony of cultists, vandals and thieves turned freedom fighters f...
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Aug 14th, 2014
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By Olugu Olugu Orji I have keenly followed the towering institution of the American Presidency since maturation and the cessation of civil war hostilities enabled me in the very early 70s. From the hard-nosed Richard Milhous Nixon to the much-maligned (unfairly, though) incumbent Barrack Hussein Obam...
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Aug 12th, 2014
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By Atiku Abubakar In honour of the United Nations International Day for the Eradication of Poverty last year, I asked the people of Nigeria to support our young people and the future that lies ahead. In our young men and women lies the capacity to eradicate poverty and to change the path of Nigeria’s...
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Aug 8th, 2014
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Nigeria: Should We Just Wait For Them To Die? By John Okiyi Kalu Gentlemen, I come to you with my head bowed in tears and agony. Last December as we were organizing Igboville Enyimba medical retreat for Aba, one young nurse, full name: Obi Justina Ejelonu, whose picture is attached volunteered and jo...
By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 6th, 2014
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By Joe Igbokwe History has shown that we forget things easily in Nigeria. We do not remember things easily, we do not look at past events, and we move on as if yesterday never existed. Nigeria has gone through a chequered history, seen many wars, seen many tragedies and recorded sordid and awkward ev...
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Aug 5th, 2014
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By Reuben Abati President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan declared Monday in Washington DC that the days when a few politicians, acting in concert with their hirelings and thugs, can hijack voters cards and other electoral materials, and manipulate the outcome of elections to their personal advantage are gon...