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Governor Adams Oshiomhole: Symptoms of Numerical Diarrhoea

By Oshiokpekhai Utu-Orbih As Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State crept into the national conscience upon becoming the president of the Nigeria Labour Congress. This was in 1999. Then he was undoubtedly the voice of the common man, especially in those dark days of arbitrary increases of petroleum costs by the President Olusegun Obasanjo.  He fought for the welfare of ...

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Ogbonnaya Onu and the reward of perseverance

IF and when President Mohammadu Buhari decides to appoint somebody from the South East to the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation as is been speculated in many quarters or to any other key position, the first and best choice is Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu. His academic qualification, pedigree and wealth of experience stand him out. He ...

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Senate: As APC Comes to Equity with Unclean Hands

By Zacheaus Adebayo Yesterday: “I must say that this historic development (Tambuwal’s defection to APC with Speakership) means that our democracy is growing by the day and it is dynamic…. We think that having the head of the legislature from the opposition party makes for a balanced setting in government and it’s good for democracy” APC National Publicity Secretary, Lai Mohammed ...

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How ex-gov Orji, wife, son allegedly squandered N474bn in Abia

Being a petition by the Save Abia Initiative for Change, a voluntary as­sociation of concerned citizens, to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) against former Governor Theodore Ahamefula Orji, his wife and son. OPENING LETTER THE SAVE ABIA INITIATIVE FOR CHANGE has put up this petition against the former Gov­ernor of Abia State – Dr. T.A Orji – during the ...

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Purported News Of Former CSO’s Death In DSS Custody

(Onitsha Nigeria, 21st July 2015)-The breaking of news this morning by theTrent Online News of the death in custody of Senior Agent Gordon Obua,former Chief Security Officer (CSO) to former President Goodluck Jonathan is saddening and shocking if true. Agent Gordon Obua, a senior operative of the SSS and former CSO (or Chief Detail) of the immediate past President Goodluck ...

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Why Nnamdi Kanu’s Biafra project must be stopped – Joe Igbokwe

Ever since former President Goodluck Jonathan lost the presidential election on March 28, 2015 which some of us knew he would never win based on the facts that we all knew and the statistics available, a majority of the Igbo have been unhappy and angry. They have been cursing and abusing the President and the All Progressives Congress leaders wishing ...

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In Buhari’s 36 Days, Boko Haram Kills 406 Nigerians

RINGGRUE with Yemi Adebowale; yemi.adebowale@thisdaylive.com; Phone nos. 07013940521  Buhari’s administration is clearly not making any progress in the war against Boko Haram terrorists. Ever since lost territories were recovered from these bastards by the Jonathan administration, there has not been any proactive/pragmatic effort to minimize suicide bombings by the terrorists. I was shocked when I compiled the casualties in the last ...

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You Tambuwaled Me, I Sarakied You

By Zacheaus Adebayo “Senator Bukola and Hon. Dogara are not the candidates of the APC and a majority of its National Assembly members-elect for the positions of Senate President and House Speaker…. The party is supreme and its interest is superior to that of its individual members. Consequently, the APC leadership is meeting in a bid to re-establish discipline in ...

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Impropriety of an all-North Senate Presidency

The event of Saturday, March 23 in which some All Progressives Congress (APC) Senators-elect abandoned the retreat organised for them by their party in Abuja to announce the adoption of two northern Senators as President and Deputy Senate President is a big goof. The action of the Unity Forum, as the group is called, is strange, insensitive, overtly reprehensible, and ...

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The Bitter Truth About The Igbo, By Femi Fani-Kayode

Permit me to make my second and final contribution to the raging debate about Lagos, who owns it and the seemingly endless tensions that exist between the Igbo and the Yoruba. It is amazing how one or two of the numerous nationalities that make up Nigeria secretly wish that they were Yoruba and consistently lay claim to Lagos as being partly theirs. Have they forgotten where they came from? I ...

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