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29 Apr 2015
29 Apr 2015
THE group of seven most developed nations, including Canada, the United States, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan and Italy, guard their fortunes jealously.
29 Apr 2015
IN my first cursory study of the voting graphics of the 2015 presidential election, I had been struck by the three distinct patterns that stood out in bold relief.
Fashola-
29 Apr 2015
MY sources of inspiration for this piece are The Guardian Editorial, April 15, 2015, titled: “The end of hate”, and Dr. Jide Oluwajuyiton’s piece in The Nation of April 16, 2015 titled: “In defence of Oba Akiolu of Lagos”
29 Apr 2015
SIR: On May 10, 1994, the world, and indeed Africa, gathered to celebrate a country, which was independent, but had been in dire thirst for freedom. That was the day South Africans witnessed the inauguration of Nelson Mandela as the first black South African president. That day signaled an end to apartheid, an end to…
WADA-GOV
28 Apr 2015
The challenges facing Kogi State have been a source of concern for the people since its creation in 1991. The state ranks as one of the most backward in terms of human development and critical infrastructure, hence the state needs a vibrant, visionary, focused, articulate and dynamic person to take it to optimal level of development.
28 Apr 2015
History will no doubt remember these killings, and the perpetrators will never be forgiven.
28 Apr 2015
28 Apr 2015
WITH last weekend’s conclusion of some suspended parliamentary and governorship elections in some states, Nigerians and the international community would be correct to come to the conclusion that the 2015 general elections have ended on a laudable note, and that in spite of some challenges, a new culture has evolved for the entrenchment of democracy in Nigeria.
28 Apr 2015
DEAR President-Elect, a word of admonition. The road ahead is tough. People are going to be impatient, remember you are their servant and you should understand their plight.
28 Apr 2015
UNTIL 1999, the presidential fleet was under the control and supervision of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF).
28 Apr 2015
PRESIDENT-ELECT Muhammadu Buhari is in many conceptual configurations a nascent novel and creative innovation in Nigeria’s political clime. His personality and political history alone as adulterated by a prime television’s documentary about his military and service career are not enough to advertise his victory in the last presidential election and his coveted, but, classically re-inventing place in the nation’s political consciousness.

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