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1 Feb 2018
After a lull, the clamour for resource control and fiscal federalism has once again began to resonate in the South-South geopolitical zone as stakeholders renewed their agitation for a restructured Nigeria. The call, which is gathering fresh momentum, is that the country must be restructured in line with the practice of true federalism where political…
12 Dec 2017
Former Speaker of the House of Representatives and governor of Katsina State, Aminu Bello Masari, spoke with The Guardian team of NIYI BELLO (Political Editor), LEO SOBECHI and DANJUMA MICHAEL on the state of politics in Nigeria and experience as a federal legislator. Excerpts: Two and a half years in the saddle as Katsina governor,…

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