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BBNaija 2020: Meet Ozo, first male head of house

Ozo has won this week's Head of House (HoH) game! He becomes the first male HoH and the first Housemate to complete the game. He...

Social Housing and the Spirit of Jakande in Cross River

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Justice according to Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is centrally a matter of how individuals are treated, it is also possible to speak...

BBNaija 2020: Ka3na, Lilo become first housemates to be evicted 

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Social Housing and the Spirit of Jakande in Cross River

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Justice according to Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is centrally a matter of how individuals are treated, it is also possible to speak...

Between Community Policing and Restructuring

By Jerome-Mario Utomi There are in the words of the sage, important limits to human relations, knowledge, awareness, and technological state, economic and financial resource availability,...

The 9th NASS, Passive Constitution and Masses Poverty          

By Jerome-Mario Utomi It is globally recognized that every citizen of a modern nation is a subject of the state, and once a state is...

Unemployment: FG and Ayade’s Job Creation Model

By Jerome-Mario Utomi There will be no end to the embarrassing unemployment and underemployment challenges in the country until all the ill-conceived approaches/solutions to unemployment...

Mansur Mashi’s Criticism of Buhari and APC Call for His Resignation

By Jerome-Mario Utomi “Choose your battles wisely. After all, life isn’t measured by how many times you stood up to fight. It’s not winning battles...

Niger Delta Crisis: Neither NDDC nor the Niger Delta Ministry                   

By Jerome-Mario Utomi In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, a Public institution is an institution conducted with the approval, and from the funds of the...

Questionnaire on Nigeria

By Jerome-Mario Utomi As a background, this piece stems from a questionnaire sent to one professionally trained librarian and researcher, pious, soft spoken, intelligent, and...

Revised 2020 Budget: Education and other concerns

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Adversity comes in many forms-acute, cyclical, long-term, and systemic. It sometimes affects individuals or single firms; other times it cuts across a...

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BBNaija 2020: Meet Ozo, first male head of house

Ozo has won this week's Head of House (HoH) game! He becomes the first male HoH and the first Housemate to complete the game. He...

Social Housing and the Spirit of Jakande in Cross River

By Jerome-Mario Utomi Justice according to Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is centrally a matter of how individuals are treated, it is also possible to speak...

BBNaija 2020: Ka3na, Lilo become first housemates to be evicted 

Ka3na and Lilo have been evicted from the Big Brother Naija Lockdown Show. The two housemates were evicted at the first eviction show of...

Blood in your hands

By Gabriel Agbo “I didn’t do it. I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life, but I’m not a murderer. ... You’re killing an...

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