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  • Almajirai: Showing Care Despite Deprivation

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    Though they are not where they belong and they don’t belong where they are, the almajirai, perceived as beggars and wanderers by many, have something good up their sleeves. PEMBI DAVID-STEPHEN writes. On this sunny February afternoon, some young boys in the north east city of Bauchi, the Bauchi State capital, were the cynosure of…

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  • Why Nigeria Is Turkey’s Strategic Partner In Sub-Saharan Africa – Cakil

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    Ambassador of Turkey to Nigeria, Mr. Hakan Çakıl believes strongly that the ties between his country and Nigeria is heavily pregnant with prospects that would change the economic fortunes of the two countries. In this interview with Pembi David-Stephen, he speaks on some of the bilateral agreements that sustain the relationship between the governments of…

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  • Remembering Nigeria’s Fallen Heroes Without Their Families

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    Prayers are offered every year in churches and mosques while members of the Nigerian Legion, dressed in their uniforms, join serving soldiers in parades, and various leaders pay respect in remembrance of the country’s fallen heroes, performing  wreath laying ceremonies in Abuja and all the states of the federation in their honour, in the process….

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  • Fixing Nigeria’s Intractable Energy Crisis Is A Possibility – Ozokwelu

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    Professor Dickson Enuma Ozokwelu is  a world renowned expert in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. In this interview with PEMBI DAVID-STEPHEN, the director and founder of Bestech Energy Corporation posits that solving Nigeria’s intractable energy problem is a possibility, arguing that  such could be made possible through Diaspora expertise intervention. Can investment in electrical power…

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  • Northern Christian Politicians Fault Senate On SGF

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    The Northern Christian Politicians (NNCP), has faulted the  call by the senate for the resignation of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), David Babachir  Lawal, saying he deserves to be given a fair hearing. Chairman of the NNCP, Keftin Amuga, who made this known in a statement yesterday said: “I find such…

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  • NAF Trains 7, 000 Personnel

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    The Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshall Abubakar Sadique , has disclosed that no fewer than 7,000 personnel of the force have been deployed worldwide to be trained in various aspects of tactical manoeveurs. Speaking to journalists at the weekend in Abuja, the CAS said; “When you train personnel , you must also upgrade…

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  • Profile Of The Sultan Of Sokoto

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    Amirul Mumineen Sultan Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III (born August 24, 1956, in Sokoto), is the 20th Sultan of Sokoto, the titular ruler of Sokoto in northern Nigeria. He is the head of Jama’atu Nasril Islam (Society for the Support of Islam – JNI), and president-general of the Nigerian National Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA)….

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  • Lawal Daura: Direct, Sincere, Successful

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    The director-general of the Department of State Services (DSS), Lawal Musa Daura is in the eye of the storm. Who wouldn’t be, considering the hard stand of the organisation he leads on some key national issues? Like him or hate him, the truth is that Nigeria as it is today requires a highly disciplined and…

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