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    Aliyu:Tribute To A First–Class Change Agent

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    History books, memorials, museums, art and literature are usually where great men like Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu are immortalised. It is indeed the Valhalla of the world’s greatest that achievements, sacrifices and even downfalls of leaders are measured for posterity. A leader like Dr. Aliyu is therefore recognised by indelible imprint, which sum up his…

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  • Buhari’s Appointments And Matters Arising

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    The recent appointments made by President Muhammadu Buhari have come at a time most Nigerians expected a balance in the hitherto lopsided scale of predominantly the Northern elite into key positions. The recent appointment of SGF, COS, others has given the north-west 13 appointments translating to 43%, the north-east six appointees, coming second on the…

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    Aliyu: Celebrating A Chief Servant At 59

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    A true leader does not really need a title to exude best standard leadership quality. A true leader must follow his people because he is their servant. A true leader must understand the concept of servant leadership which indeed properly defines leadership in its actual sense. Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu has defined himself as a…

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    2015 Political Armageddon, A Fragmented Opinion Of Interests

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    The speed at which Nigeria’s socio-political events cascade from a bad turn to the next reflects on the collective temperament of an average Nigerian towards nationhood and at the same time measures the extent of political endurance within stakeholders in the business of politicking. We all love to be Nigerians, yet we hate to relate…

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  • Northern Governors Meet On Killings, Confab On Monday

    Vacant Niger Senate Seat: For Whom The Cap Fits

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    The essence of having political platform/structure is to ensure that a credible leadership recruitment system is in place. This therefore reflects on the postulation that no human being is good enough to rule the other without first seeking his consent. It is therefore on this bases that politicians seeking to get the acceptance of the…

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    Aliyu, G-7, PDP And Niger

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    After the G-7 patriotic consultations across the country and the unfortunate decision of G-5 to leave for the All Progressives Congress (APC), torrents of comments continued to tumble in questioning the continued stay of the chief servant, Dr. Muazu Babangida Aliyu, chairman of the Northern States Governors Forum (NSGF) in the PDP – after all…

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