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Amalgamation, Nigeria and poor leadership

I refer to the article ‘Why 1914 amalgamation is Nigeria’s bane’ by Charles Ogbu published in The Guardian of February 6, 2017 and all I could say was “here they go again.” Opinion pieces such as his, instead of educating, informing, analyzing critically and providing solutions ended up with the …

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Nigeria must put its foreign exchange folly behind it

Nigeria has recorded a third successive quarter of negative economic growth. The recession, together with the profound structural challenges posed by the dependence of the economy on oil, calls for a serious political response. President Muhammadu Buhari must respond with decisive action and a clear vision that will restore confidence …

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The withdrawal of majority of the security personnel attached to the governor of Rivers state by Rivers state police commissioner on the order from above is not only a mutiny attempt on the office of the governor of Rivers state but a rape of democratic principles. Though this is not …

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Stop Eagles, Cameroonian FA orders Lions

With qualification hopes hanging by a thread following their 1-1 draw against visiting Zambia in  their Russia 2018 World Cup Group B qualifier in Limbe on Saturday, the Cameroonian Football Federation (FECAFOOT)  has declared  Cameroon’s  double-header  against their bitter rivals  Nigeria   next year must-win games. The Super Eagles  opened  up …

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