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Democracy, Biafra and a sense of history

It is sad that many Nigerians today talk glibly about the possibility of a coup or of military intervention in politics. They make it seem as if this democracy is … Continue reading

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It’s time to let Biafra people go

The current antics of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the self-proclaimed leader of the illusory Biafra Republic, brings to mind an often quoted remark by Karl Marx, who pointed out in reference … Continue reading

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CBN pursues elusive naira stability

As the Central Bank of Nigeria steps up efforts to achieve naira stability through the convergence of the official and unofficial exchange rates. Nigeria, the biggest economy in Africa, is … Continue reading

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Emir Sanusi: Chibok and the mirror in our faces

Emir Sanusi: Frank message at Chibok event It is a great honor for me to have been invited to speak on this landmark occasion of the third year of the … Continue reading

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Al-Bashir defies international calls for his arrest by travelling to Jordan

Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir has defied international calls for his arrest by traveling to Jordan for a summit of regional leaders. The 73-year-old Sudanese leader arrived in the Jordanian … Continue reading

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Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates remains No.1 Forbes magazine list of the world’s billionaires

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has once again topped the Forbes magazine list of the world’s more than 2,000 billionaires, while US President Donald Trump slipped more than 200 spots to … Continue reading

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Nigeria’s most honest, poorest General

My life as Nigeria’s poorest ex-General – Ishola Williams Ever met General Ishola Williams(rtd), the man who made news in 1993 when he walked out on the Army and government … Continue reading

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73 percent of ice would disappear in the arctic sea this summer -Scientists

Arctic sea ice may vanish in summers this century, even if governments achieved the target of limiting global warming set by almost 200 nations in 2015, scientists said on Monday. … Continue reading

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