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South-east should be careful not to repeat mistake of 2015

By Fredrick Nwabufo The Igbo are loyal, giving and unwavering. They have a predilection for going to the grave with a corpse if need be. They...

Meet Benjamin, Peter Obi’s fan who inspired viral #LabourChallenge — and drives truck as medical student

By Genevieve Aningo Peter Obi's popularity continues to grow at the tick of every second ahead of the 2023 election. The presidential candidate of the...

2023: Nsukka Professors Urge Ugwuanyi To Contest Presidency, Back zoning for Enugu guber

The Association of Nsukka Professors (ANP), an umbrella non-governmental, not-for-profit body of all University Professors of Nsukka Cultural Zone of Enugu in all Nigerian...

Nigeria: Beyond the 2023 clamour for presidency

By Dons Eze, PhD When we look at the current state of affairs in Nigeria, we consider the clamour for 2023 Presidency as of no...

Why the 2023 presidency should to south east zone

By Dons Eze, PhD In the recent past, some people had realized that for the largest British territorial creation in sub-Saharan Africa called Nigeria, to...

2023 presidency and the problem of Igbo unity

By Dons Eze, PhD The contending issue at the moment is that the Igbo are not united. The noise is all over the place, that...

Mamman Daura and Nigerian Presidency By Competence

By Dr. Dons Eze Having been in power for several years and not willing to part with it, the North has come up with another...

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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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