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Delayed Justice For Victims Of Herdsmen’s Killings

Nobel Prize Overdue For Africans In Pharmaceutical Drugs

One of the richest markets in the world is in pharmaceutical companies. Many of them risked billions on research, no doubt. At the same time, most come to rediscover anti bacteria, fungal and other drugs that may be lacking standard dosage or purity in Africa. Medical sciences professors and children of Babalawo are well versed in the use of these ... Read more

Imo: Five Months Of Cluelessness

Ralph Miliband was a key twentieth century political thinker. Ralph Miliband once said that the hottest place in hell will be reserved for those who sit on the fence in the face of great moral crisis. No one will want to go to the hottest place in hell, at least not me. As a citizen of Imo State, I am worried about the style and policies of the pre ... Read more

Ndume and his crocodile tears on Boko Haram 

When the expired 8th Session of the Senate under the leadership of the dictatorial, draconian and repressive former Senate President, Sen. Bukola Saraki slammed a six-months suspension on Sen. Mohammed Ali Ndume, in March 2017, the action invoked empathy and condemnations from some of us. We faulted the frivolous reasons the Senate Committee on ... Read more

On Exercise Atilogwu Udo in South East

The Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai has just effected a change of name of the routine military exercises that the Nigerian Army usually organised in South East of Nigeria just as it simultaneously host same exercises in different other regions with peculiar code names to reflect the symbolism of the military exercise. ... Read more

The world must not sleep-walk into another debt crisis

	Patricia Scotland

Trade wars, protectionism, and nationalist rhetoric are combining to weave the possibility of a nightmare debt crisis that could be worse than any previously experienced. Global borrowing is now at the highest levels since the 1950s – and history suggests we should take this as a warning that a debt crisis could be looming. Were one to mat ... Read more

Aisha Buhari: Victim or One of the Contending Villa Power Players? 

Prof. Jideofor Adibe

An old video clip in which President Buhari’s wife, Aisha, was seen irate and throwing tantrum in the Villa recently went viral, renewing focus on the First family and their domestic issues. Just before this video, there had been unfounded rumours that President Buhari was set to wed Sadiya Umar Farouq, the Minister of the newly created Minis ... Read more

Border Closure and Lessons from the World Bank

	Jerome-Mario Utomi

It is common knowledge that the Federal Government on August 20[SUP]th[/SUP], 2019, ordered the closure of Nigeria’s border with Benin Republic, citing massive smuggling activities taking place on that corridor as the reason(s). Within this space also, Nigerians have listened with rapt attention to the Federal Government reel out how smugglin ... Read more

Umahism: Ebonyi Vegetable/fruit Mar

Recently, the administration of Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State announced 1 ...
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Solar Systems Could Replace Generat

It is estimated that over 20 million generators are used daily. Consumers have h ...
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"We're All Biafrans," No, We Aren't

The concept Biafra is typically igbo's even though other ethnic nationalitie ...
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Romantic Ploys and Skirmishes in th

Aisha Buhari Nigeria’s First Lady is back. But there can be no question ab ...
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Delta 2023: Oghara Plot To Install

We are not into politics at all. We are just saying what other people are afraid ...
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