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1 Jan 2018
As Nigerians join billions of humanity globally to mark the beginning of the year 2018, Nigerians have been asked to blame the docility of both the National Assembly...
20 Dec 2017
The decision by President Muhammadu Buhari to extend the tenure of the chief of defence staff and service chiefs continues to draw diverse reactions...
12 Dec 2017
A pro-democracy and non-governmental organisation (NGO), Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has lauded President Muhammadu Buhari’s choice of a legal luminary, Mr. Tony Ojukwu as substantive Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). The group also called on President Buhari to ensure that only credible Nigerians with sound commitments and passion…
11 Dec 2017
The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has called for probe of alleged extralegal killings of members of the Indigenous People of Biafra...
11 Dec 2017
The best way to start this piece on this thorny issue is to narrate what a successful digital switch over of broadcasting did to the local television industry...
5 Dec 2017
President Muhammadu Buhari got a chunk of votes from most voters in the 2015 presidential poll because of his famed military antecedent and based on his campaign
30 Nov 2017
Director General of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Alhaji Mustapha Mainaja, has been accused by a pro-democracy and non-governmental organisation...
14 Nov 2017
A pro-democracy and non-governmental organisation, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has described as laughable and pedestrian, the seeming joy and apparent celebrations...
8 Nov 2017
A pro-democracy group, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), has dismissed as “empty ritual” and “political rhetoric” President Muhammadu Buhari’s budget speech.
31 Oct 2017
“Although this decision is coming rather late, President Muhammadu Buhari now has to go a step further by making sure that both Lawal and Oke are promptly brought to justice in fair trials.”
31 Oct 2017
The group is seeking to be joined in the suit, because the cause of action was akin to a class action, while the parties affected by the order were not before the court.
28 Oct 2017
The Rights group said it would try to convince the Swiss administration to put the cash in an escrow and interest yielding account on behalf of the country until after the 2019 presidential poll.

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Iran insisted Thursday that a revived nuclear agreement with major powers remains achievable despite a negative US assessment of two-way talks in Qatar intended to reboot the stalled negotiations. The US State Department said the EU-brokered proximity talks in the Qatari capital Doha had concluded late Wednesday with "no progress made". But Iranian Foreign Minister…
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