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Abacha’s Former Aide Hints On Running For 2019 Presidency

Abacha’s Former Aide Hints On Running For 2019 Presidency

🕔07:58, 16.Aug 2018

Hamza al-Mustapha, former Chief Security Officer to late Head of State, Gen. Sani Abacha, has dropped a hint on running for the 2019 Presidency.

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Buhari’s Nigeria: The Making Of A Rogue Government

Buhari’s Nigeria: The Making Of A Rogue Government

🕔13:49, 21.Jul 2018

If there is one thing the Muhammadu Buhari Presidency has proven, it is that the country called Nigeria is a dark dot in the conscience of civilization. There is a sense in which it can be argued that the Buhari government is far worse than the late Sani Abacha’s.

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Crucial Roles Of American And British Ambassadors

Crucial Roles Of American And British Ambassadors

🕔16:24, 13.Jul 2018

he British and American ambassadors, Sir Francis Cumming Bruce and Albert Matthews made it clear at the meeting that both the British and United States governments would oppose the breakup of Nigeria. They threatened that both of their home governments would not give aid to any part of Nigeria that decides to secede.

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Don’t Believe The Lie: There Is No War Against Corruption In Nigeria

Don’t Believe The Lie: There Is No War Against Corruption In Nigeria

🕔02:58, 1.Jul 2018

–Femi Aribisala In Buhari’s first coming, he bamboozled Nigerians with a so-called War against Indiscipline. This entailed treating Nigerians, young and old, like primary school children. We were forced to queue at bus-stops under the watchful eyes of soldiers wielding

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Desmond Elliot, Nollywood Stars To Produce June 12 Movie

Desmond Elliot, Nollywood Stars To Produce June 12 Movie

🕔07:56, 30.Jun 2018

Ace movie actors and producers, Desmond Elliot, Sola Fosudo , Bakky Adeoye and Edward Olutoke have converged to have ‘June 12’ made into a movie.

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Is Britain Nigeria’s Evil Step-Mother?

Is Britain Nigeria’s Evil Step-Mother?

🕔14:11, 26.Jun 2018

The relationship between Nigeria and Britain is highly conflicted. Nigeria was a British colony and a British creation. This would suggest the development of a cordial relationship between the two countries as a result of shared history. However, some Nigerians insist Nigeria should never have existed and blame Britain for conducting a forced marriage of different nationalities in the creation of Nigeria. Others blame Britain for what became of Nigeria, insisting the central problematic of the country is the product of deliberate British design.

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Buhari’s June 12 Pandering and Naivety of Yoruba Elite

Buhari’s June 12 Pandering and Naivety of Yoruba Elite

🕔23:52, 23.Jun 2018

Nigeria’s new “Democracy Day” and the conferral of posthumous awards to the late MKO Abiola and the late Gani Fawehinmi, commendable as they are, are classic cases of pandering.

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Why Nigeria Lost To Croatia Last Night!

Why Nigeria Lost To Croatia Last Night!

🕔14:16, 17.Jun 2018

If we win, we celebrate in our ethnic enclaves. The Neo-Biafranist interpretation, will remind other Nigerians that Jay Jay Okocha and half of that team is Biafran.

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What June 12 Reveals About Nigerian Democracy

What June 12 Reveals About Nigerian Democracy

🕔04:44, 12.Jun 2018

Exactly 25 years ago, a landmark election was held in Nigeria after ten long years of military rule. There were two main contestants: Moshood Abiola of the Social Democratic Party and Bashir Tofa of the National Republican Convention. Abiola was from the South-west: Tofa from the North-west.

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Abiola: Rather ACEJD Than GCFR

Abiola: Rather ACEJD Than GCFR

🕔15:12, 9.Jun 2018

If GCFR (Grand Commander of the Order of the Federal Republic) is an honor awarded to only those who have served as president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, then, MKO Abiola should not get it. One can rightfully argue that Abiola won the June 12, 1993 presidential election, but no one can argue that Abiola, in the absence of inauguration and taking the oath of office, was ever president. Therefore, Abiola never commanded the Federal Republic of Nigeria, let alone in a grand capacity.

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