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31 Jan 2015
Calling for caution and thoughtful planning within the framework of the law, Mr. Godson Okoye, the presidential candidate of the United Democratic Part (UDP), in this interview with EZEOCHA NZEH in Abuja, says lives of Nigerians must not be sacrificed for the February Presidential and other elections to hold on schedule. What are your expectations…
31 Jan 2015
TRANSPORTERS, especially those plying the southern parts of the country from Taraba state, have no doubt continued to smile to their various banks on daily basis following the massive exodus of non indigenes back to their states of origins.  This, as investigated by The Guardian, was necessitated by the growing apprehension of possible outbreak of…
31 Jan 2015
• There Is Need For Caution, Say Falae, Adebanjo SOME Southwest elders have thrown their weight behind the dates sets for the 2015 general elections, insisting that the original plans should remain sacrosanct.    In chat with The Guardian, former Second Republic Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the federation, Chef Richard Akinjide, and…
31 Jan 2015
THE palpable apprehension being nursed by the electorate on February 14 Presidential election and beyond cannot be wished away with a wave of the hands.   This becomes apparent especially when people like the former Niger Delta militant, Asari Dokubo, was threatening war if his preferred candidate, President Jonathan, does not win and the All…
31 Jan 2015
Comrade Ibrahim M. Zikirullahi is the Chairman of the Transition Monitoring Group (TMG), a coalition of over 460 civil society organisations. In this interview with ARMSFREE AJANAKU, he puts forward TMG’s reasoning behind civil society’s rejection of the calls for postponement of the 2015 general elections. Why are some civil society groups against postponement of…
31 Jan 2015
AFTER attending a meeting at the headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Enugu, where the commission displayed the workings of the card reader for the election, All Progressives Congress’ (APC’s) governorship candidate in the 2015 general right direction. “This is because, for once, INEC has shown that it is willing to check…
31 Jan 2015
NIGERIA is back to it again. Tension, apprehension and suspension pervade the land.     Though we are yet to witness a similar situation quoted by late Chinua Achebe when the falcon cannot hear the falconer, the fear that mere anarchy could be loosed on the land, hangs ominously in the air. The Independent National…
31 Jan 2015
In the 40 years since Professor Pat Okedinachi Utomi’s University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) days, he has remained consistently relevant, even as many have risen, fallen and disappeared. On the thrust of Nigeria’s foreign policy, he first attained national prominence as a 19 year-old student leader; and, as 21-year-old Youth Corps member, his views were…
31 Jan 2015
How Absence Of Lower Denominations Fuel Inflation ON February 28, 2007, as part of the economic reforms under Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the former governor of CBN, N50, N20, N10, and N5 banknotes were reissued with new designs, as well as the coining of N1 and 50k, while a new N2 coin was introduced. Nigerians, however,…
31 Jan 2015
FARIN Ruwa (translated: ‘white water’) is a beautiful and magnificent waterfall at Mahwa Forest Reserve in Mamba Local Government Area of Nasarawa state.    The roads to the waterfall, however, are literally impassable and the surrounding villages are locked in communal clashes with Fulani herdsmen over grazing rights.     The first democratically elected governor…
31 Jan 2015
THEY converged on Kuje Primary School to showcase their rich cultural heritage and felicitate with one another for yet another opportunity to witness the third yearly celebration of their socio-cultural heritage. At the same time, they used the opportunity to, once more, drum home their demands to people in authority.  They are members of the…
31 Jan 2015
Igando/Isheri Junction/LAGOS APC’s vote-me flags flying in the air; hundreds of people, with hundreds of missions and destinations crossing the busy road now and again; wild Okada riders honking and wooing would-be passengers for a dash to appointments terrestrial or heavenly; kaftan-ed mallams exchanging naira notes for ‘dalars’, ‘pands’ and ‘uros’; hawkers of everything -…


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The Human and Environmental Development Agenda (HEDA Resource Centre) has called on the judiciary not to give any consideration to calls for boycott of cases brought by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
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A Nigerian startup firm, Agriconnekt Services, has taken two international agencies and a Nigerian firm to a high court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, over an alleged breach of €1.3m contract.