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Chris Akiri

10 Sep 2019
I refer to Chris Akiri’s opinion piece in The Guardian, July 4, 2017 with the title, “The President’s ill health and the rest of us.” “A cursory look at American history and politics will show that when the aides of some former U.S. Presidents like William Henry Harrison....
21 Aug 2017
A member of the House of Representatives, Emmanuel Oghene Egoh, has stressed the need for the restructuring of the country as the panacea for its socio-political and economic problems.
18 Aug 2017
We live in a time that disparages the possibility of the intersection of the past and the present. At best, our acceptance of the likelihood of the past positively influencing the present and the future is tenuous.
10 Aug 2017
He recounts the many odds he surmounted while growing up to attain an illustrious life and how these experiences have mediated his philosophy of life that is actuated by the desire for justice and improvement of humanity.
2 Apr 2017
In the past, people used to refer to judges as people that were disciplined and sober, but I don’t think that is obtainable today going by the effect of corruption. There is no sobriety in the profession again.
7 Feb 2017
Jackson Isimeme Akpasubi has launched his two books, Practical Guide to Public Affairs for Journalists and Dictionary of Media Terms. The event held last week at the National Institute for International Affairs, Lagos.

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