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16 Nov 2020
The Federal Government should indeed be worried by the growing loss of public confidence in its sincerity to address genuine demands of the EndSARS protests.
17 Mar 2020
The determination of Nigerians to kick out the anti-social media bill was unprecedented. It was a sucker punch well-delivered last Monday at the public hearing where its sponsor, Senator Sani Musa (Niger APC), expected Nigerians to gullibly buy into his vile campaign without a fight.

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