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THE CRY OF THE ALMAJIRI (PART 2)

To the people of the south-west, south-south, south-east and the Middle belt I say the following. We must be steadfast and strong. We must look to our God and draw our courage and inspiration from Him. We must take off the gloves and get down to some hard work. We …

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THE CRY OF THE ALMAJIRI (PART 1)

On June 27th 2017 in Daura, Katsina State one Tanko Abdullahi and one Mohammed Shehu, after a meeting of the Arewa Youth Council, issued the following statement. They said, “We are very much aware that all the attacks against President Muhammadu Buhari were planted in the media by the Yoruba …

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None of us is as great as all of us – Atiku Abubakar

The number one problem plaguing Nigeria is not corruption or even the absence of regular power. The number one problem militating against the progress of Nigeria is her lack of unity. If we can fix this problem, Nigeria will herself be fixed. In The Old Testament of The Bible, which …

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UK uninterested in whether Nigeria’s president, reportedly in London, is alive or dead? -Eric Joyce

Nigeria is one of the most important countries in the world. It’s by far the largest country in Africa; it’s the fastest growing economy there by a long chalk. Nigerians all over the world hold positions of power and importance. From a UK perspective, one of the largest contingents of …

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It’s for a president to prove he’s alive; not for his people to prove he isn’t -Eric Joyce

  Serious question for Nigerians. When was the last time you saw your president? — Eric Joyce (@ericjoyce) May 22, 2017   I wrote this yesterday about President Buhari of Nigeria. There’s been a lot of interest in the blog in Nigeria. I’ll answer a few of the key points …

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How Buhari can be impeached – Mike Ozekhome

Following President Muhammadu Buhari’s health challenge, activist lawyer, Mike Ozekhome, has opined that it will be the proverbial “8th wonder of the world” for the Federal Executive Council, FEC, to remove the President using the two-third majority. The constitutional lawyer made the declaration in a statement entitled, ‘The Legal Implications …

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GOVERNOR OKOROCHA, PRAISE SINGERS AND 2019 (PART 1)

I came into a bar by 4pm on Friday in Owerri. People working at the bar were wearing skinny jeans and white on top. I ordered for a bottle of beer. The bar top was sticky and the walls were painted yellow. It wasn’t my favorite bar. In fact, it …

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THE ENEMY WITHIN AND THE COLD-BLOODED THREAT FROM AREWA (PART 2) by Fani-Kayode

Apart from Afenifere, the OPC and a number of noble and courageous elders and leaders hardly anyone else from the south west has spoken up publicly for the Ifes and the Yoruba in this matter and that is a crying shame. What happened to the voices of the APC Governors …

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Buhari cancels further medical trip to Uk

President Muhammadu Buhari has cancelled a planned medical trip to the UK and has invited doctors to Nigeria instead. The 74-year-old head of state spent 51 days on medical leave in London earlier this year, amid fears he was too ill to continue to lead one of Africa’s biggest economies. …

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Office of the Citizen: How It Came to Be That Goodluck Jonathan is an Option in 2019

A seasoned public relations expert, public affairs analyst, co-founder and managing partner of RED, Chude Jideonwo, has written an interesting piece to Nigerians. It’s a must read! I got a lot of panicked responses after my last piece; the panic focused on one small nugget of information buried within it: …

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