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Coalition for Nigeria Movement

20 Nov 2020
Following its controversial report on the Lekki tollgate shooting in Lagos which occurred on October 20, Cable News Network (CNN) has been branded as the newest face of foreign destabilisation in Nigeria
21 Mar 2019
The Coalition for Nigeria Movement has faulted the United States (U.S.) 2018 report on human rights practices, which claimed that “impunity remains widespread at all levels of government” in Nigeria. The report, which was published on the website of the U.S. Department of State, said several acts of gross human rights abuse were committed by…
25 Mar 2018
From unceasing recollections of his alleged failed scheme to get a third term in office, former President Olusegun Obasanjo is in the midst of another round of speculations. The recent meeting between the former President and other political associations, including branches of his fangled third force, National Intervention Movement (NIM) and Coalition for Nigeria Movement…
9 Feb 2018
Olusegun Obasanjo and his cohorts have launched his proposed third force, the Coalition for Nigeria Movement. But Nigerians will take only one look at it before tossing it into the garbage dump.

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