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How Muhammad Ali won ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ with rope-a-dope — Jeremy WIlson

How Muhammad Ali won ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ with rope-a-dope — Jeremy WIlson

🕔05:35, 6.Jun 2016

“I was the Concorde of boxing. I was at a higher altitude than the rest, moving faster than the rest but you just have to get used to riding on jets again when you can’t ride Concorde anymore.” It is

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Muhammad Ali, the greatest (1942-2016) — Reuben Abati

Muhammad Ali, the greatest (1942-2016) — Reuben Abati

🕔13:16, 5.Jun 2016

Muhammad Ali, who died late Friday evening aged 74, was one of the greatest icons of the 20th century, one of the world’s greatest boxers of all time, and certainly in his time, and during the era that he dominated

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My Greatest Legend Of All Times Finally Bows Out — Henry J Omenogor Egwor

My Greatest Legend Of All Times Finally Bows Out — Henry J Omenogor Egwor

🕔10:09, 4.Jun 2016

Muhammad Ali Rest In Peace: The world has lost an incredibly brave and ferocious sports icon! Muhammad Ali has died at the age of 74 in a Phoenix hospital. We cannot believe the sad news. So we’re remembering the former

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Buhari’s Speech: A Nut Bereft Of Kernel– Chuks Iloegbunam

Buhari’s Speech: A Nut Bereft Of Kernel– Chuks Iloegbunam

🕔07:13, 1.Jun 2016

Two things leap disa­greeably out of Presi­dent Muhammadu Buhari’s first-year-in-office anniversary speech of May 29, 2016. In the broadcast’s 2624 words, not once did he mention the words Fulani herdsmen, let alone address the real and pre­sent danger they constitute

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Why we must restructure Nigeria, by Atiku Abubakar —  Adamu Abuh

Why we must restructure Nigeria, by Atiku Abubakar — Adamu Abuh

🕔04:15, 1.Jun 2016

The former vice president who spoke against the backdrop of renewed agitations by militants in the oil-rich Niger Delta and the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) recalled how Nigeria once operated a federal system at independence that allowed the regions to retain their autonomy, raise and retain revenues, promote development, and conduct their affairs as they saw fit, while engaging in healthy competition with others.

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Buhari needs to create new national order, says Agbakoba — Joseph Onykwere

Buhari needs to create new national order, says Agbakoba — Joseph Onykwere

🕔02:34, 31.May 2016

The government of President Muhammadu Buhari is now one year in office. Interestingly, Nigerians at this point like to assess the performance of the government in power in order to know how far it has fared. In this interview with

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Buhari: Anniversary lessons from Real Madrid & Barcelona — Martins Oloja

Buhari: Anniversary lessons from Real Madrid & Barcelona — Martins Oloja

🕔05:46, 28.May 2016

As the government of President Muhammadu Buhari clocks one year in office tomorrow, certainly, the jury will be out for the president and the men who have helped him to shape the colour of governance so far. But in the

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The Niger Delta Avengers — Reuben Abati

The Niger Delta Avengers — Reuben Abati

🕔14:54, 22.May 2016

Niger Delta Avengers is the name of a new group of militants in the Niger Delta who claim to be different from the former agitators and militants who operated between 2006 and 2009, largely under the umbrella of the Movement

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Ice Prince floats own record label, confirm split with Chocolate City — Daniel Anazia

Ice Prince floats own record label, confirm split with Chocolate City — Daniel Anazia

🕔01:29, 21.May 2016

Following the announcement that he no longer has a contract with music company, Chocolate City, Oleku singer, Panshak Zamani well known by the moniker Ice Prince, has floated his own record label called Super Cool Cat. The rapper in an interview on 96.9 Cool FM’s ‘Midday

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Deregulation and the politics of public policy — Reuben Abati

Deregulation and the politics of public policy — Reuben Abati

🕔14:50, 20.May 2016

This thing called democracy, particularly the Nigerian brand, never ceases to throw up new and intriguing lessons about the relationship between government and the people, and the larger, complex socio-political environment. I had gone to Lagos on an assignment in

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