The Igbo Eat Their Own, By Fredrick Nwabufo

That the Igbo are in a political freeze is largely due to their own “sleight of hand”; that they are in disarray is because they never agree. And that they

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Executive Order 06: Legality of Banning 50 Nigerians From Traveling, By Kayode Ajulo

The Government of President Mohammed Buhari is perpetrating a state of confusion and anomie by the recent statement purportedly placing a travel ban on some unknown and imaginary persons in

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2019: Keyamo, Mona Lisa & His Invectives on Bishop Kukah, Other Clerics

By Rev. Fr. Evaristus Bassey   The Mona Lisa painting by the Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci is easily the most prized of all paintings in the world. It

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Why INEC is so wrong on Zamfara, by Ahmed A. Ahmed

Zamfara State has continued on a very controversial path, following the inability of the ruling All Progressives Congress to produce a candidate for the gubernatorial and legislative elections billed for

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Oshiomhole and APC’s primary elections, By Sufuyan Ojeifo

It would have been against rationality to have expected that the primary elections of the All Progressives Congress, APC, would be crises-free. The processes of choosing standard bearers for the

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My take on Atiku’s choice of a running mate, by Sufuyan Ojeifo

All eyes are on the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, following the successful presidential primary election that produced former vice president, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, as the party’s standard bearer in the

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2019: Atiku Vs Buhari, By Reuben Abati   

There has been some clarity about Nigeria’s 2019 Presidential election, with the end of the October 7 deadline set by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the conduct of

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Vintage Atiku: The Morning After, By Emmanuel Ugoji

Just as you will not easily notice when he is tensed up except you study him or when he is offended except you find out why he positions the cap

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Missing General: My 28 Hours Behind Bars, By Friday Olokor

Whenever it said that Journalists are Endangered Species, I now know that the statement is just a euphemism. The truth is that Journalists are always in war zones. And to

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