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Buhari In Japan: Packed Tours Part 2

Nothing can be strange to Nigerians again. They will watch TV, for those who have power, and see Japanese children holding a large banner with…

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Buhari: An Aging Puppet And A Chief Of Staff

Those who believe and trust Nigeria’s president, Mohammadu Buhari, are gasping for breath and have had their worst fears confirmed. At the close of a…

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Ministers’ List: Buhari Goes Slow Again

In 2015, Nigeria’s president, Mohammadu Buhari, appointed cabinet ministers 6 months after his inaugural.  Before then, Mr Buhari said that ministers are an essentially needless…

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Atiku: Tragedy and Hope

In his 1966 conspiracy theory book, Tragedy and Hope, Carroll Quigley argues that ,amongst other things,the mass media is a tool designed by those who really…

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Abba Kyari: Chief Of Staff – in Chief

Friday, July 6, Vanguard, a newspaper in Nigeria ,carried a lead with the  headline “Can I Abba ‘Kyari’ you to the president”? Kyari was in…

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Nigeria: Buhari Leads Them Into More Limbo

Two events which used to engage the minds and attention of Nigerians are currently taking place. One is the African Cup Of Nations,a football tournament. …

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RUGA: Mad Cows Get A Healing?

Nigeria’s shilly-shally government Wednesday ,announced that it was “suspending the RUGA Program”. The project ,if seen to its end, would have created Fulani towns in…

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South East And Herdsmen Vigilantes: A Time To Kill More

“The Fulani herdsmen here in the South-East or any other place are looking for greener pastures to raise their cattle. They are not here to…

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Nigeria’s Policies: Hit Or Miss Engineer

Albert Einstein said “I am not a genius. I  only stay with problems longer”.A focused psyche is fundamental to all progress and even more so…

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Nigeria: When A Paper Tiger Crumbles

Two men,Saturday evening,  were walking jadedly across a street in Ikeja,Lagos. Germany had just beaten Nigeria 3-0 at the Women World Cup. One asked, ”…

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