2019: Between Bolaji Abdullahi And Kola Ologbondiyan – Who’s Better?

By Friday Olokor As a journalist, and indeed a professional journalist, I believe that the battle for the political soul of 2019 general elections have just commenced. Although the defection

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Appraising Aregbesola’s Performance!

By abiodun KOMOLAFE   In less than a year from today, Rauf Aregbesola’s tenure as governor of the State of Osun will come to a close. A time like this therefore presents an opportunity to review his performance in

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Beyond Leadership & Operationalisation Of Subsidiarity In Nigeria

By Rev. Fr. Evaristus Bassey Nigeria’s major problem is leadership, poor leadership of course. Leadership in this sense is not just the assumption of a commanding height of authority but

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A Frolic On The Red Sea By FEMI ADESINA

It was a gust of chilly wind that said Akwaaba (welcome, in Ghanaian language) to me in the Jordanian city of Aqaba, that night of December 1, 2017. We had

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Delta In Historic First With 2018 Budget Approval

By Chukwumeke Okwuagwu IN a society where the delay in the passage of appropriation bill has become a norm for government at all levels, Delta State has reshaped the narrative

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Imo State: Where There Is No Legislature

By Walter Duru, Ph.D In modern democratic societies, the legislature performs three conventional functions of representation, law-making and oversight responsibilities. The 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as

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Amaechi & 25th October 2007: The Significance, Implications On Rivers

STATE AND THE NATION (PART TWO) By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, PREAMBLE Some weeks ago, in an article I titled, “_AMAECHI & 25TH OCTOBER: IMPLICATIONS ON RIVERS STATE AND THE NATION

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Ekiti APC & 2018: A Re-match of Old Foes; Will Fayose Boast Successfully Again?

By Adeyemi Ibironke With Anambra State Gubernatorial Election out of way, and the ruling Party at the State, and opposition to the Party at the National making a clean sweep

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Libya: “No Brother In The Jungle” By Reuben Abati

Arab countries have a tradition of slavery dating back to centuries. This has persisted despite the existence of international conventions and legal frameworks classifying slavery as a crime against humanity.

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Buhari, Military Operations & Battle Against Insecurity

By Dr Christopher Yakubu Since President Muhammadu Buhari assumed the reins of leadership in May 2015, the army has carried out quite some operations as it continues to protect the

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