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18 Jun 2021
It seems President Muhammadu Buhari did not quite get it. June 12 was an opportunity for him to do two things: (a) enunciate the political philosophy of June 12 and why it merits being transformed into democracy day
17 Jun 2021
June 12, a political matter, which highlighted, in the main, the injustices embedded in the Nigerian state was marked last week by progressive forces across the country.
17 Jun 2021
The entire delivery of government efforts anchored by both the largely military and sparsely democratic leaders post independence in Nigeria can be reduced to just one word - retrogressive.
16 Jun 2021
Bill Clinton had not found religion as he spoke. He had not found morality either. What happened was that he became wiser by way of being caught cheating.
15 Jun 2021
A coalition of Pan-Yoruba groups have urged the Federal Government to put an end to the siege on indigenous communities by armed groups in the South-West states.
15 Jun 2021
The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) has expressed serious concerns over recent unwary development threatening citizens’ fundamental rights and freedom as well as civic space at all levels.
13 Jun 2021
Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau has decried the use of social media in threatening Nigeria’s democracy. The governor decried this at a dinner he organised to commemorate Nigeria’s Democracy Day on Saturday at the Government House, Jos. He said some Nigerians were using the social media to propagate their personal interests at the detriment of…
13 Jun 2021
Two dominant songs characterised the celebration of Democracy Day yesterday as protesters filed out to promote their cause. There were ‘#BuhariMustGo’ and ‘#IStandwithBuhari’ groups as supporters...
13 Jun 2021
Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, has said that the best way for Nigerians to immortalise and celebrate the late Moshood Kashimawo Olawale (MKO) Abiola and June 12, is to build bridges and demolish sectarian fences.
13 Jun 2021
Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, yesterday, said Nigerians should build more hope on sanctity of a united nation, with a promise that Nigeria would soonest get to its El dorado.
13 Jun 2021
The two-day National Public Hearing on the review of the 1999 Constitution is, indeed, a great step towards national integration and development.
13 Jun 2021
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has debunked speculations that it was bribed to suspend the planned nationwide June 12 Democracy Day protest.

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Cristiano Ronaldo will aim to fire Portugal past Switzerland and into the World Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday as Morocco bids to derail Spain's bid for a second global crown.
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Former Cameroon World Cup star Samuel Eto'o went into hiding Tuesday after appearing to knee an Algerian blogger in the face in a viral video.