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Imagine a crime-free Nigeria…

Whenever a black touches down a foreign airport and holds out a green passport, the difference in immigration treatment is not lost. The search is more intense. The travel papers are scrutinized to eliminate any chances of crime and disease ...

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Nigerian IDPs: More than a story

Over 50 scantily clad children had quietly negotiated a corner where they lazily eased into the day’s hours. They are hungry. No plays in the mud. No dances. Their parents have been queuing for hours. The promise of relief materials ...

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Defection: Supreme Court sacks Ondo rep

After almost four years of dumping the Labour Party (LP), the Supreme Court on Friday ordered  a member of House of Representatives representing Akure South/North Federal Constituency of Ondo state, Ifedayo Abegunde, to give up his seat on account of ...

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Ozekhome cautions Buhari over Obasanjo

Obasanjo as ‘Mr. Know-all’ Here is a man to whom Nigeria has been very kind, but who, at every opportunity, seeks to destroy her, including anyone who disagrees with him. He is “Mr. Know-all”, the “baba” of Nigeria, the self-appointed ...

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Impeachment: Fayose seeks refuge in court

Against backdrop of  the thick fog of impeachment hovering over the embattled Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state, AMEH EJEKWONYILO writes on the governor’s resort to the judiciary he allegedly attacked recently through his “thugs” before his official swearing-in, as ...

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Leading the change we want to see

The election of General Muhammadu Buhari as the next president of Nigeria is a tipping point in history. The cheers and jeers are products of multi-factors that speak to a people’s resolve to deepen Democracy. For some, the Permanent Voter ...

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Healing Nigeria: Some approaches (2)

Continued from last week Being text of a keynote address delivered by Chairman, Governing Council, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Prof. Chidi Anselm Odinkalu, at the public commissioning of Mive Legals (Ballason Chambers)’s Centre for Medical Law and Matrimonial Counseling ...

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Healing Nigeria: Some approaches

Being a keynote address delivered by Chairman, Governing Council, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Prof. Chidi Anselm Odinkalu, at the public commissioning of Mive Legals (Ballason Chambers)’s Centre for Medical Law and Matrimonial Counseling in Kaduna recently Remembering Molluma, thanking ...

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