As Nigeria’s judges get set to cast the final votes in the 2019 elections by Chidi Anselm Odinkalu

Every election cycle in Nigeria has three seasons. The campaign season belongs to the parties, the politicians and their godfathers. This is followed by the voting season, during which the security agencies and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) hold sway. Thereafter, matters shift to the courts for the dispute resolution season, which belongs to […]

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Ex-President Jonathan Calls for Global Collaboration in Peace-building

Chairman and Founder of the Goodluck Jonathan Foundation, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan has called for global collaboration in peace-building, stressing that world leaders need to work together to be able to surmount the huge security and economic challenges faced by various nations. He said: “We can never overemphasize the need for global collaboration in peace-building. The […]

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A Note to President Buhari: Omoyele Sowore – Nigeria’s Wrong Prisoner, By Niyi Osundare

The 2015 general elections had just ended, with Nigeria’s ‘achievement’ of an unprecedented transition from one civilian government to another. The losers were beginning to lick their wounds, while the gladiators in the winning party were busy strategising for the ways and means of cornering the juiciest portions of the spoils from the just-concluded electoral […]

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U.S Now a Pariah State? ..As Amnesty International Issues Travel Advisory by Seye Aluko

Have you heard the news? America is now categorized as being an “unruly country,” a country where mass shootings occur. A “travel advisory” has been issued against the United States by an entity that is entirely credible, which entity is called “Amnesty International.” Amnesty International catalogues all the evil actions being perpetrated all around the […]

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Buhari is Worst Than Jonathan: Nigeria is Collapsing under Him… – Prof. Akin Oyebode

We used to call Goodluck Jonathan clueless but I don’t know what to call Buhari. Wednesday made it five months that he won election and it’s about two months that he was sworn in, and even though he assured us he would no longer be ‘baba-go-slow’, one just feels sorry for Nigeria. Look at what […]

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WE HAVE NOT SEEN INSECURITY YET… Michael Ogukwe

Let parents be chasing materialism & the shadows of Fulani herdsmen while millions of their children in primary & secondary schools not mentioning tertiary institutions are recruited into secret cults on daily bases even as many welcomè the sudden unexplainable wealth of children they are feeding at home as God’s answer to their poverty! Let […]

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SLAVES AND MASTERS: BURNING DOWN OF AZAGBENE COMMUNITIES IN BAYELSA BY NIGERIAN ARMY by Prince Ify Chijioke

“Bandits kill hundreds in Zamfara, Fulanis kill thousands and abduct hundreds on high ways, Boko Haram murder Nigerian soldiers at will, and the only way for the government to stop them is to pay the bandits and fulanis 160 billion, while pardoning Boko Haram members, reintegrating them back into the society and enlisting them in […]

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A Nation That Values Cows More Than Its Children, By Olabisi Deji-Folutile

…it is difficult to ignore the unavailability of a strong voice in the north championing the cause of the innocent out-of-school children in the region. Granted that cattle are of economic value to herders, children are actually the future of this country. If Nigeria gives half the attention it has been giving to cattle in […]

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Miyetti Allah Leaders Don’t Speak for Fulanis by DR. NURA ALKALI

How ironic that, today, it is the Fulani who lack leaders to guide them and pursue their interests through legal ways. Please, do’n’t mention “Miyetti Allah”, which is a cattle-breeders’ association. I have never owned a cow in my life, and I don’t intend to, meaning I have no business with Miyetti Allah. (“Mi Yetti […]

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