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Sowore, And Silence From Unusual Quarters

Sowore, And Silence From Unusual Quarters

🕔16:15, 11.Dec 2019

The truth is that Nigerians and youths, in particular, have over time been treated with contempt, ignored and visited with series of erratic attention from their nation and they are beginning to feel angry.

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Communism, Democracy and Leadership in Nigeria

Communism, Democracy and Leadership in Nigeria

🕔23:46, 2.Dec 2019

The proposed hate speech bill currently before the Senate, government’s non-compliance with the United Nation Educational Scientific,

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Kukah, Development And The Relevance Of NGOs

Kukah, Development And The Relevance Of NGOs

🕔13:52, 28.Nov 2019

It is also, an expert believes that globally, the proliferation of NGOs in any given nation is an indication of the weakness of its public sector. India and Haiti as we will later find out in this piece stand as sterling examples.

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The Corp Member, The Students And The Nation

The Corp Member, The Students And The Nation

🕔14:57, 25.Nov 2019

Nigeria has a ‘choice to restructure its leadership style which in my opinion will be collaborative, systematic, and redesign Nigeria while keeping it whole’.

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What We Can Do With Power

What We Can Do With Power

🕔15:42, 21.Nov 2019

Their fathers and grandfathers embezzled millions of naira meant for development projects. They used the money to acquire arms for electoral purposes.

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Why Nigerians Are Not Connecting With Political Leaders

Why Nigerians Are Not Connecting With Political Leaders

🕔14:44, 18.Nov 2019

Nigerians in their excruciating poverty and starvation mourn the effects of such policies- economic backwardness, underdevelopment, unchecked population explosion, unemployment, and poor planning and implementation.

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Senate, Internet Falsehood, and Hate Speech Bills

Senate, Internet Falsehood, and Hate Speech Bills

🕔19:22, 13.Nov 2019

Under this circumstance, how can Nigerians draw a line, or identify what constitutes fake news or hate speech? And who will be the Judge?

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2019 Elections: Democracy, and Samuel Bagg’s Analysis

2019 Elections: Democracy, and Samuel Bagg’s Analysis

🕔15:23, 11.Nov 2019

The electoral process in Nigeria is rendered vulnerable to abuse, through massive rigging and other forms of electoral malpractices by political parties- especially by those in power as they seek to manipulate the system to serve their partisan interest.

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Tasks Ahead Of Professor Salami, The New VC Of Uniben

Tasks Ahead Of Professor Salami, The New VC Of Uniben

🕔17:08, 4.Nov 2019

Lillian Imuetinyan Salami, a home economist/nutritionist and former Dean of the Faculty of Education, her recent appointment as the second female vice-chancellor after Grace Alele Williams

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