EFCC AND NYSC RE-ORIENTATION OF YOUNG MINDS

By Emmanuel Onwubiko Introduction Nigeria is currently the seventh most populous country in the world with a total population projected to reach 236 million by 2030 and 410 million by 2050 making her the fastest-growing among the 10 most populous countries globally and projected to exceed the U.S. as the third-largest by 2050, according to the […]

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KANO’s SIMPLISTIC FIGHT AGAINST BEGGARS

By Emmanuel Onwubiko Kano is no doubt a big province in Nigeria due to large land mass and huge populations.   In the earliest interactions with Western civilization, it used to be West African trading post especially in the area of textiles and agricultural products in such a way that a huge number of continental traders […]

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Executive hypocrisy and parliamentary INANITIES

By Emmanuel Onwubiko The British parliamentary system of government is assumed to be the global reference point in the area of administration of operational funds for the work of law making in such a way that transparency and accountability are deeply enshrined.  The law makers of Great Britain are paid by the people of Britain […]

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Herdsmen’s terrorism, not farmers/herders crisis please

By Emmanuel Onwubiko The current federal government in Nigeria headed by the Fulani born president Muhammadu Buhari has been accused rightly or wrongly of adopting the policy of favoritism in matters of the raging attacks witnessed in different farming communities by armed Fulani herdsmen. However, what is not in doubt is that the media office […]

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HURIWA RAISES ALARM ABOUT ROLE OF FIFTH COLUMNISTS UNDERMINING WAR ON TERROR:

The Prominent Civil Rights Advocacy group -: HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately activate mechanisms to unravel the role of fifth columnists who are undermining the goals, objectives and gains of the current war on terror being undertaken by gallant operatives of the Nigerian Military. The Rights […]

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