Mr. President, Our youths are talented, Period! By Emmanuel Onwubiko

The state of youthfulness is a state of mind but generally the youthful age bracket is from age 18 to 35 years of age. Universally, those members of the human family who fall within the above age bracket of youthfulness are classified as the heart beats of global economic activities. A check around most highly […]

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NYSC’S KAZAURE’S IS TWO By Onwughalu Queen

  April 18th, 2016 remains a milestone in the history of the National Youth Service Corps as it heralded the assumption of office of the 17th Director General of the Scheme, Brigadier General Sulaiman Zakari Kazaure. He heads an institution with a wonderful institutional memory in the political annals of Nigeria-NYSC Established in 1973 by the […]

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FREEING ELZAKZACKY IS A MUST By Emmanuel Onwubiko

Great Britain and the United States of America are strong constitutional democracies today for a number of fundamental reasons. Significantly, the above mentioned nations are respected constitutional democracies because of the strength of their democratic institutions and the enforcement of the rule of law and checks and balances amongst the administrators. Institutions are strong and […]

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Armed Fulani: Limits of Presidential Impunity By Emmanuel Onwubiko

I watched in considerable trepidation and anxiety as my President who is vacationing in London, in the United Kingdom held a conversation with the Archbishop of Canterbury around the issues of the pre-meditated mass murders by armed Fulani herdsmen targeting rural Christian farmers. He showed no remorse or sympathy with the thousands of the victims […]

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Updating Army’s Rules of engagement By Emmanuel Onwubiko

General Tukur Yusuf Buratai will on April 12th 2018 launch the updated Army headquarters directives on standing rules of engagement, use of force as well as detention and interrogation. The event which is entirely a military event but will however be symbolically witnessed by select members of the organized human rights community. To the over 159 million […]

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Buratai’s labour of love for Army By Emmanuel Onwubiko

The current Chief of Army staff Lieutenant General Yusuf Tukur Buratai will for a very long time to come remain a major factor when the comprehensive history of the Nigeria Army is to be written. My personal accounts of the person of General Buratai from a close proximity is that he outwardly looks like an […]

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Should we then look for another Country? By Emmanuel Onwubiko

There are things that when said by some persons should not be interpreted from a literal point of view but should be subjected to intensive philosophical introspection and empirical examination so as to identify the essential elements and parts that make up the whole. The Igbo used to say that it is not every dancers […]

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