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Our people can’t continue to live in perpetual fear of attacks by herdsmen, Catholic Bishops tell Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari

MEETING OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS WITH HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI, AT THE ASO VILLA, ABUJA, 2ND MAY, 2016. AN ADDRESS BY MOST REV. IGNATIUS A. KAIGAMA, ARCHBISHOP OF JOS AND PRESIDENT, CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE OF NIGERIA. Your Excellency, On behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), we the Archbishops and members of the Administrative Board, the highest decision ...

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Nigeria’s problems are temporary and resolvable – Osinbajo

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The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo SAN has reiterated the resolve of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration towards instituting a new culture of probity and accountability in governance saying “it’s a new day in Aso Rock”. Speaking on Saturday at The Platform, a public engagement forum organized by the Covenant Church, Osinbajo said: “Nearly a year on- there are many ...

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EKWEREMADU: WHO WILL LOVE MY COUNTRY? Ideas for Building the Nigeria of Our Dreams.

Who will lovw my country

A review By Chiedozie Alex Ogbonnia   Given the towering stature of Sen. Ike Ekweremadu, PhD, CFR, (Ikeoha) within and outside Nigeria in terms of statecraft, transparent leadership, profound intellect, legislative dexterity and compassionate mien any book authored by him will certainly evoke intense curiosity. Why the curiosity, one may ask?  The answer is not far-fetched. The first point of curiosity ...

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The religious bill in Kaduna State

Governor Nasir 
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By Chris Akiri The Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai, has introduced an executive Bill with the long title of “A Bill to substitute the Kaduna State Religious Preaching Law of 1984”, which, when passed into Law by the Executive-controlled Kaduna State House of Assembly, will enable the state government to regulate, monitor, supervise, handle, take the helm of, ...

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Ken Nnamani’s Holier-than-thou Resignation

Sen Ken Nnamani

By Chidiebere Nwobodo The decision of Senator Ken Nnamani to join the tribe of a few political spent forces in the South East who have dumped the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the wake of its 2015 electoral misfortunes was anticipated. Whereas their leaving the party is up to them and welcome because they cannot even win Councillorship election in ...

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Anambra Central Rerun: PDP, APC out; APGA now set for easy victory

Chief Victor Umeh, APGA Senatorial Candidate for Anambra Central

The Independent National Electoral Commission on Tuesday said no new candidate would be allowed to participate in the March 5 Anambra Central senatorial re-run election. That guideline has effectively barred the Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressives Congress from participating in the poll. The Resident Electoral Commission in Anambra, Lawrence Azubuike, unveiled INEC ‘s position on the matter in ...

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TRIBUNAL OR COURT-ORDERED POST ELECTION RE-RUN: THE LEGALITY OF SUBSTITUTING OR CHANGING CANDIDATES

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While, I expressly agree that only the political parties and candidates that participated in the annulled election should participate, I am unable to accept that a political party should be denied to participate because its candidate in the annulled election is no longer willing to run due to some intervening realities. There are two opposing arguments and two possibilities. Are ...

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Enugu killing field at Ugwuaji: An urgent security challenge before state govt, security agencies

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HUMAN RIGHTS UPDATE: 27th January 2016, RE: ENUGU KILLING FIELD AT UGWUAJI; AN URGENT SECURITY SITUATION FOR THE STATE GOVERNMENT AND SECURITY AGENCIES. The hitherto peaceful Enugu city was thrown into confusion on the 25th January 2016, after the discovery of the corpses of three members of the Northern community in Enugu at the foundation dug for the construction of ...

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Liberties In Chains In Nigeria As Nnamdi Kanu Marks 90 Days In Captivity Without Trial Or Release (1)

Nnamdi Kanu, Leader Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB and Founder Radio Biafra

Liberties In Chains In Nigeria As Nnamdi Kanu Marks 90 Days In Captivity Without Trial Or Release (1) (Intersociety Nigeria, 14th January 2016)-Today: 14th January 2016; marks 90th day since Citizen Nnamdi Kanu was arrested by the DSS in Lagos, Southwest Nigeria and taken into its underground custody in Abuja, North-central Nigeria; and held without trial or conditional (bail) release ...

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Understanding Buhari in 100 Days, by Garba Shehu

The enormously popular talk show, Berekete on Wazobia FM radio, Abuja station, told the incredible, yet true story of the hardworking and respected school teacher somewhere in Plateau state who hanged himself. He hadn’t been paid salary for seven straight months. He came home to find that no one had eaten and two of the children had medical prescriptions for ...

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