Tackling Security Challenges in South-East- An Insider’s Account, By Col. Sagir Musa

The current global security environment is increasingly becoming complex and dynamic due to the activities of non-state actors who have become the major source of conflict all over the world.

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As The Nation Celebrates, By Jerome-Mario Utomi

It is a time-honored saying that the interest, ‘subjects take in their leader does not lie in the leader’s physical and intellectual abilities, but, lies rather in what he can

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MTN Fine: The point PDP missed, by Sufuyan Ojeifo

I read the reactions by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to issues around the N1.04 trillion-fine imposed on South Africa-based multinational mobile telecommunications company, MTN, and I felt obligated to

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Adams Oshiomhole’s legerdemain, by Sufuyan Ojeifo

Dateline: June 11, 2018. Abuja. Artificial barriers and shared prejudices crumbled like a pack of cards at the Ladi Kwali Hall of Sheraton Hotel and Towers when I met, for

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Social Contract: Our Mumu Don Do #NaWeBeGovernment, By Ariyo-Dare Atoye

The legendary Karl Max had unsuccessfully predicted the imminent revolution of the working class when individuals – the common man – would finally be free to develop their abilities and

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Mimiko rejoining Labour Party, a good plus, by Kayode Ajulo

In times like this, thoughts in their myriads are sure to sprout about the return of Dr. Mimiko to the Labour Party. While varied vent of expressions is not unexpected,

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Wale Aboderin: Pillar of Journalism/Man of The People, By Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu

This good man left us much too soon. Too all who knew him as a person, Wale Aboderin was an excellent friend and human being. To all who knew his

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Atiku: Beyond Politics, By Udenna Orji

Nigeria is at a crossroads. We have, in the last three years, witnessed a horrendous descent to the fringes of anarchy and a failed state. Collectively, our hopes for a

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Child Bride: Issue facing SDGs attainment in Africa, by Ekene Odigwe

Noura Hussein Hammad was forced to experience the misery of child marriage at the age of fifteen. Despite her refusal, she got married on paper to one of her relatives

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Ned Nwoko’s journey to Senate gathers momentum, by Odita Sunday

To say that Prince Ned Munir Nwoko is a politician with a great difference is restating the obvious, as his uncommon passion for the advancement of the life of his

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