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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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Rather Nigerian Huts Than Trump’s Sex Mansions

Rather Nigerian Huts Than Trump’s Sex Mansions

🕔07:11, 25.Dec 2017

When it comes to living or having lived in a hut, Nigerians have nothing to be ashamed or to be embarrassed or to be defensive about. When it comes to living in a hut, we are in great company with world’s finest icons.

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Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 22)

Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 22)

🕔07:03, 15.Dec 2017

Nigeria is being treated as “Spoils of War” and not as an entity that must be loved and nurtured…

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Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 19)

Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 19)

🕔03:09, 11.Dec 2017

The British handed over to the Caliphate while they stayed behind to pull the strings that control the puppet. That is the truth!

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Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 7)

Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 7)

🕔07:14, 3.Dec 2017

The East had benefitted from a coup they knew nothing about, they would pay a very heavy price for it

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Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 6)

Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 6)

🕔15:00, 29.Nov 2017

Tafawa Balewa government became democratically despotic in the attempt to stamp the signature of the Caliphate on the Nigerian space.

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Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 3)

Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 3)

🕔17:47, 25.Nov 2017

While the North worked hard and prepared to OWN Nigeria, the South naively simply wanted “independence”

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“I’m Not Dead Yet!”: The Sad Story of Col. Victor Banjo

“I’m Not Dead Yet!”: The Sad Story of Col. Victor Banjo

🕔14:16, 6.Jun 2017

Defiant till the end, he let out a cry “I’m not dead yet… I’m not dead yet…” This time all executors directed their rifles at Banjo alone…

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The Significance Of May 29th In Nigeria’s Historical Development

The Significance Of May 29th In Nigeria’s Historical Development

🕔15:54, 1.Jun 2017

Issues surrounding May 29th as “Nigeria Democracy Day”as adopted in this Fourth Republic is a fraud. May 29th 1904 historically was when Othman Danfodio and his brother Abdullah Danfodio primarily motivated by imperial desires, using Islamic religion as a tool invaded the Hausa (Habe) Kingdom. On that day Seriki Yunfa of Gobriyya (present Gusua, Zamfara State) was beheaded by the Fulani invaders. Danfodio then started invading and stealing the Hausas’ land, and establishing green flags as a token of spiritual allegiance to Sokoto which he made his spiritual capital.

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Who is the Presidency? –Reuben Abati

Who is the Presidency? –Reuben Abati

🕔02:14, 25.Apr 2017

When last week, President Muhammadu Buhari decided to suspend the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir Lawal, and the Director General of the Nigeria Intelligence Agency, Ambassador Ayo Oke in order to allow unfettered investigations of both public

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