• Turkey’s Referendum Short Of Democratic Standards – Observers

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    The referendum in Turkey had a “significant imbalance” tilted toward supporters of sweeping constitutional changes, international observers said. Both the campaign period and actual vote Sunday failed in numerous ways to live up to international standards for democratic practices, according to a preliminary report from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and the…

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    The Dilemma Of Nigeria’s Broken Dream (2)

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    Nigerians have for decades been subjected to what many described as ‘undeserved’ embarrassment and humiliation in most countries of the world. OMONU YAX-NELSON and JULIANA AGBO dissects the issues in Nigeria’s dwindling prestige among the comity of nations. In continuation of the search for answers to angling question of why Nigeria and its citizens continued…

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  • Nigerians Can Embark On US Trips – Minister

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    The minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama,, has said that no Nigerian with full valid entry visa has been denied entry to the United States to media reports. Mr. Onyeama, who stated this while fielding questions from journalists over the issue, said Nigerians could travel to United States as the country was not on the…

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  • ECOWAS Appoints Nigerian New Communications Expert

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    The ECOWAS Commission has appointed a Nigerian, Haroun Harry Audu as communications expert, to oversee and execute the communication and visibility plan of a European Union-funded project in support to ECOWAS drug unit advocacy, monitoring and coordination capacities. A statement signed by the principal program officer/project coordinator to the commission on law enforcement (drug), Daniel…

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  • Turkey Has No Reason To Spy On Nigeria – Envoy

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    The Ambassador of Turkey to Nigeria, His Excellency, Mr Hakan Cakil has said his country has no reason to engage in espionage in Nigeria, a country it considers one of its strategic partners on the African continent. In a statement to LEADERSHIP yesterday, he said that Turkey attaches huge importance to its bilateral relations with…

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    Catholic Archdiocese Of Abuja Loses Priest, Alban Nwaiku

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    The Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja has announced the demise of one of its Priests, Rev. Fr. Alban Nwaikwu. He died on February 5, 2017. This was contained in a statement signed by Director of Communications, Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja, Rev. Fr. Patrick Tor Alumunku and made available to LEADRERSHIP, yesterday. The statement described Fr Nwaiku…

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