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Insecurity In The Country – Motivational Factors, Effects And Remedies

Insecurity In The Country – Motivational Factors, Effects And Remedies

By Sam Kargbo If history is anything to go by, the human being is anarchical, prone to anarchy. The state is, therefore, formed and maintained for order and security. The challenge, however, has been how…

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A Tear For The Checkpoint Policeman

A Tear For The Checkpoint Policeman

By Uzor Maxim Uzoatu I hereby mourn the demise of my dearest friend, the ubiquitous illegal checkpoint policeman, who was heartlessly made to kick the bucket by Unknown Gunmen. Oi! Oi! Oi! This monumental loss…

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Addressing The Gender Stereotype In Nigeria’s Political Sphere

Addressing The Gender Stereotype In Nigeria’s Political Sphere

By Ezinwanne Onwuka Since 1999, when Nigeria returned to democratic governance following years of military rule, no woman has been elected as president, vice president or governor in any of the country’s 36 states. This…

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It’s The PEOPLE

It’s The PEOPLE

By Bob MajiriOghene Etemiku Across the land today, and in many political circumstances, we all hold President Muhammadu Buhari responsible for our collective tragedies. A symptom of the sickness in Nigeria today is a certain…

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A New Offering From A Luminous Mind

A New Offering From A Luminous Mind

By Sam Kargbo Whether as a counsel in Court or as an advisor or as a maker of a legal document or instrument covering relationships, social or business transactions or as opinion giver in respect…

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Citizens’ Advocate, Oby Ndukwe Writes President Buhari On The State Of The Nation

Citizens’ Advocate, Oby Ndukwe Writes President Buhari On The State Of The Nation

By Obiaruko Christie Ndukwe Dear President Buhari, it is auspicious that I write this letter to you, not as Obasanjo or Soyinka writes, but as a concerned citizen of Nigeria. It is going to be…

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Mbaka And The Burden Of Courage

Mbaka And The Burden Of Courage

By Isidore Emeka Uzoatu I don’t have change o!” was all the rather laconic-looking boy piloting the craft said as we set sail. Though I had the requisite ‘change’ as it were, the mere mention…

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The Bad Example of Zenith Bank

The Bad Example of Zenith Bank

By Dulue Mbachu When the news broke some weeks ago that Zenith Bank had declared an annual profit of 230.5 billion naira for 2020, it crossed my mind that my 148,354 naira withheld by the…

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Secession: If The East Goes, The West Won’t Go!

Secession: If The East Goes, The West Won’t Go!

By Obiaruko Christie Ndukwe As the quest for secession by several ethnic groups in Nigeria hots up, two major tribes have been more vocal than the rest- the Igbos of the South East and the…

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On The Independence Of The Judiciary

On The Independence Of The Judiciary

By Sam Kargbo The governance processes of nearly all modern states are regulated by Constitutions that establish organs of Government to run government business in the form of (i) the making or repealing or amendment…

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