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Opinion: Celebrating Nigeria at 51

In another three days, Saturday October 1 to be precise, celebration of the nation’s independence anniversary will reach a climax in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory. Nigerians can expect, on that day, to listen to long boring speeches on the nation’s huge potentials and how the present government is set to fulfill the promise of […]

We must discuss Nigeria -Mimiko

Ondo State Governor Olusegun Mimiko has reiterated the need for a forum, where stakeholders can discuss about the structure of the Nigerian federation. Delivering a paper, ‘People, Power, Good Governance and the Future of Democracy in Nigeria,’ at the public presentation of a book, Nigeria’s Golden Book, published by The Sun Publishing Limited, yesterday in […]

Jonathan vows to fix public institutions

President Goodluck Jonathan has vowed to fix public institutions, adding that strengthening the frameworks was the solution to the long years of rot and corruption that had characterised the Nigerian state. He assured that his administration would begin the process of restructuring and building institutions that would create the enabling environment for the nation’s diversification […]

INEC closes defence on presidential poll today

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), would today close its defence in the petition lodged by the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) before the Presidential Election Tribunal against the declaration of President Goodluck Jonathan of the Peoples democratic Party (PDP), as winner of the April 16 election. In the said petition, the petitioner was seeking […]

Boko Haram gets foreign training, funding, says Ihejirika

The Chief Of Army Staff (COAS), Lieutenant-General Onyeabor Azubuike Ihejirika, yesterday told journalists that it was no longer in doubt that the Boko Haram group was receiving training and possibly funding from external forces, if the kinds of weapons and communication gadgets so far captured from the group by the military were anything to go […]

Boko Haram rejects amnesty – Insist on Sharia Law in the South

Deputy spokesman of the sect, Abu Kaka, told journalists in a telephone interview that the committee was on its own. Kaka said that the Islamist sect still maintained its course of ensuring strict Islamic laws in the country and wage war against the people it called infidels. He said the alleged split in its fold […]

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