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NIGERIA DECIDES: BEHOLD THE FACE OF CONFUSION AND INCONCLUSIVE ELECTIONS

To most Nigerians, Professor Mahmood Yakubu is one name very divisive of opinions and the most deserving of criticism in the whole world at this point in time, and I share that sentiment. The very first election under his stewardship as the INEC chairman in Kogi State had an inconclusive outcome. Then we all thought he was just finding his

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LONG WALK TO FREEDOM; THE NIGERIA PERSPECTIVE

The biblical scene of Noah, shows that apart from Noah’s immediate family, no other person was allowed inside the ark except for animals. Unempirical, people have often supported this act because humans are the most difficult creatures to manage and control. No wonder, we often give kudos to leaders of Western or developed countries on how they have been able

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WHY NIGERIANS MUST TAKE A STAND BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS: THE WORLD IS LAUGHING AT US

In life there are no bystanders, every position is for a purpose, believe it or not. We are where we are to make a difference. Don’t ever believe there is nothing we can do as a people, there is always a lot of things we can do to change the narrative of this country. From simply sharing an article which

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The culpability of the Northern Elites in the killings across the north and central regions of Nigeria

Against the backdrop of the senseless killings and wanton destruction of properties in the North and North Central regions of Nigeria by; terrorists, herdsmen, militias, cattle rustlers and their likes, with its attendant displacement of the population, I am in pain to lend my voice to the condemnation of this barbarism by other well-meaning Nigerians. According to Amnesty International’s statistics,

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