President Buhari, Atiku And Nigeria’s Future

By Maimuna Salami The greatest challenge facing the democratic process in Nigeria, as in most developing nations, has to do with management of the post-election transition process. The political tension and acrimony between parties and politicians peaks at the polls and tends to escalate during collation and announcement of results, giving electioneering a “do-or-die” tendency. This situation impacts negatively on ...

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KANO POLITICS: Increasing Violence And Support Of Elites.

By Adamu Aminu The general election is two days away from now and the excitement is continuously building up, while the electioneering campaign would be officially stopped in the next 24 hours for Presidential and National Assembly Elections. Kano, in particular, been regarded as beehive and hotbed of northern politics, is presently witnessing unfortunate milestone of retrogressive development. Apart from ...

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Behold! Dame Juliet Ibekaku-Nwagwu, The Woman Who Intends To Send Ekweremadu To Dustbin Of History

By Comrade Salihu Othman Isah As Nigerians again heads to their various polling booths in yet another general election that comes every four years, one of the areas that will attract special focus both from local and international observers and analysts is the Enugu Central Senatorial zone. The reason for this is not far-fetched. First and foremost, the election will ...

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Dissecting Atiku’s Economy Reform

By Abba Dukawa For long, our leadership has been pampered. We work into managing a wealth we have little input into how it is created. And because we are not involved in the creation, we rarely appreciate it. Hence, we turn out as either bad managers or killers of the greater Nigerian dream. We’ve enumerated the challenges faced by the ...

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Digital Switch Over, Under South African Attack

By George Dishpat  Considering the many tales of the unexpected emerging from the ongoing face off between the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and the ICPC, it is tempting to believe that there is more than meets the eyes behind the peculiar situation. It is unusual for the ICPC to be engulfed in a face-off with a government agency it is ...

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Baffa Bichi And Wages Of Ingratitude

By Yusuf Ibrahim Gamawa He struggled to enter the same car with Adamu Adamu to the National Assembly on the day Adamu was to be screened by the Senate as Minister of the Federal Republic. I called a relative and asked what was going on because Malam Adamu was here surrounded by strange people. Later I learned he was Dr ...

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