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What’s the worth of Obasanjo’s endorsement? 

By Fredrick Nwabufo Former President Olusegun Obasanjo used to be a chimera. His influence was mythical, yet sweeping. In the past, Nigeria was too small...

No one is Islamising Nigeria

By Fredrick Nwabufo On the cusp of every political evolution in Nigeria, there is often a trafficking of recriminations — ‘’The north is scheming to...

Soludo Only Needs Time

By Daniel Ezeigwe One of the greatest challenges of good leadership is pressure. No good leader has been able to comprehensively overwhelm the itches and...

Ending ghost representation in Ukelle politics for meaningful development

By James Lukpata It is commonly said that "in politics, it's either you win or learn". But this axiom is yet to fits appropriately in...

Ukelle: Youths renew campaign for repair of abandoned Cross River road (photos)

By James lukpata Instead of voting for the right person that will consider fixing Ukelle road, you people prefer to vote for those who can...

Philip Agbese And His Brand Of Politics Worthy Of Emulation

By Sunny Green Itodo One of democracy's blessings and curse is rivalry. Ordinarily, healthy rivalry is supposed to bring out the beauty of democracy as...

Whither our integrity?

Integrity is seen in varied forms, including the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. On the flip side, a lack of...

Beware of Popular Social Media ‘Santa Claus’ Before your Next Investment

By Victor Agi December 2016 was a tipping point in Ponzi investment in Nigeria with the crash of the popular Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox, otherwise known...

18 years later, Quadruplets still waiting for ENSG Scholarship, where lies the truth?

By Charly Onah I read with mixed feelings the article on Facebook written by one Sam Otti titled "18 years Later, Quadruplets still waiting for...

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SPECIAL REPORT: Over 200,000 Nigerians risk death from cardiovascular diseases by 2023 — here’s why 

By Sunday Elom When Gift Okoye, a food seller in Awka, Anambra State capital, ventured into the food selling business, unbeknown to her, some of...

ASUU-FG’s lingering rift: A stain on national integrity

By Kaanti Ernen There have been heaps of submissions from concerned quarters about the perennial face-off between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the...

VIDEO: Obasanjo says he’s the father of ‘frustrated Nigerian youths’

Former president Olusegun Obasanjo has declared himself as the father of “frustrated youths” in Nigeria. He made the remark on Friday when he received the...
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