Situating girl’s affairs in women affairs

By Emmanuel Onwubiko In section 147(1) of the 1999 constitution, the offices of ministers of the government of the federation are created by law as may be established by the president. The entire section 147 provides that:” (1) There shall be such offices of Ministers of the Government of the Federation as may be established […]

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HURIWA to Buhari: You are undermining human rights of citizens:

A prominent civil Rights Advocacy group – HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of grossly undermining the extant national human rights (amendment Act) of 2010 by failing and refusing to reconstitute a governing council for the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). The Rights group said the deliberate refusal of […]

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Is Army the person of the year?

By Emmanuel Onwubiko It is again that time of the year when members of the human family are busy analyzing how far and how well the passing year 2019 has impacted on their collective wellbeing and indeed contributed significantly to the advances in technology, human relations, constitutional democracy, peace and harmony in their specific communities. […]

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Ned Nwoko, Malaria challenge and Nigerians

By Emmanuel Onwubiko Malaria fever is one medical challenge that confronts millions of Nigerians and when it strikes, it hangs precariously like a sword of Damocles and poses some of the most disturbing disruptions to virtually all of our economic, social, religious and cultural activities. As humans, medical ailment is that which we must confront […]

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HURIWA to CJN, Muhammad Tanko: Don’t start religious conflict

The prominent civil Rights advocacy group – HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has expressed utter and absolute shock at the failure of the chief Justice of Nigeria Muhammad Tanko to address the critical issue of the desecration of the temple of justice by the department of state services (DSS) but is more focused […]

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BRITISH ELECTION: LESSONS FOR NIGERIA

By Emmanuel Onwubiko By now (13th December 2019), there should be a sense of foreboding and the fear of uncertainty in the minds of Africans and Nigerians regarding the future trade and diplomatic relationship with Great Britain outside of European Union. The above assertion comes against the backdrop of the landslide victory recorded by the […]

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VISA free entry to Nigeria is a reckless threat to our sovereignty: – says HURIWA

The leading civil Rights advocacy group – HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has demanded to know from president Muhammadu Buhari whether his new order allowing all Africans to visit Nigeria without VISA from January next year was what he meant when he told All Progressives Congress (APC) recently that since this was his […]

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When a good Man dies!

By Emmanuel Onwubiko Two years exactly since the earthly departure of a phenomenal Nasarawa State born Christian leader, preacher, Evangelizer and community mobiliser Reverend Dauda Fadi Negin, the second year anniversary has seen me been confronted by historical circumstances to write on the topic of death, which philosophers and theologians believe is the necessary end […]

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UK polls: Any Nigerian Agenda?

By Emmanuel Onwubiko The United Kingdom will tomorrow Thursday December 12th 2019 pick a new prime minister and also form a government to govern that key and obviously strategic component of the international community. The election in Britain looks like a straight fight between two forces of Labour and the Conservatives just as either Mr. Jeremy […]

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