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How Obasanjo Destroyed Good Leaders That Could Have Served And Saved Nigeria

How Obasanjo Destroyed Good Leaders That Could Have Served And Saved Nigeria

🕔06:34, 18.Dec 2017

Nigerians have to pay attention to events in our History so as to avoid another dangerous mistake like Mohammadu Buhari in 2019.

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One Child Too Many A History Of Death Tragedy And Sorrow And The Terrible Price Of Power In Nigeria

One Child Too Many A History Of Death Tragedy And Sorrow And The Terrible Price Of Power In Nigeria

🕔14:56, 4.Nov 2017

It is a vicious cycle of misfortune and calamity…

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Missing President! Nigerians Have The Right To Know –Falana

Missing President! Nigerians Have The Right To Know –Falana

🕔09:51, 8.Feb 2017

A Human Right Activist and Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, has disclosed that Nigerians have the right to know the health status of their ‘’missing president.’’ Speaking on a Channel television’s programme, Falana said even if the law does not

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JUST IN: Buhari Given Only 74 Hours

JUST IN: Buhari Given Only 74 Hours

🕔07:18, 8.Feb 2017

The presidency may be brazing up for tougher times as the Save Nigeria Group, SNG, Tuesday night joined the growing list of organizations demanding full disclosure on the health status of President Muhammadu Buhari. Though it has been alleged that

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Atiku Reopens Old Wounds, Speaks on Obasanjo’s life Presidency Project

Atiku Reopens Old Wounds, Speaks on Obasanjo’s life Presidency Project

🕔16:06, 15.Nov 2016

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has revisited the lingering rift between himself and his former boss, ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo. Atiku, a chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, revealed that unknown to Nigerians who thought Obasanjo wanted a third

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Aisha Buhari’s Poor Understanding Of Power By Reuben Abati

Aisha Buhari’s Poor Understanding Of Power By Reuben Abati

🕔15:58, 16.Oct 2016

Public communication is one of the most delicate challenges that people in public life face, either in the corporate or the public sector.  Many people suddenly find themselves in high places, and they become a source of news, a potential

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