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  • Akpagu: Don And Administrator

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    Former American first lady, Rosalynn Carter once gave a recipe of the outcomes of a good leader. She enunciated that, “A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.” The emergence of Professor Zana Itiunbe Akpagu as the 10th…

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  • The Beginning of the Start

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    For  a people without qualms about being addicted to imported toothpick and foreign bottled water I am totally not surprised by Nigerians weeping more than the bereaved about the (Donald) Trump presidency in the United States. Trump’s executive orders, building a wall to keep out illegal migrants from Mexico and another one banning entry from…

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  • Who Is Afraid Of The AGF’s Investigation?

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    President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami (SAN) to investigate  the involvement of any top government official accused of any wrong-doing for prosecution if found liable, is at risk of going the way of past probeS that yielded little or no results. No. It…

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  • Who is Afraid of the AGF’s Investigation? 

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    President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami (SAN) to investigate  the involvement of any top government officials accused of any wrong-doing for prosecution if found liable is at risk of going the way of past probe that yielded little or no results. No. It…

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  • A Buhari Unbowed By 2016 Challenges

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    On the surface, 2016 looks like a year Nigerians would like to zap from their memories. It is the year in which President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration marked one year in office and this was a milestone that used to attract the equivalent of non-stop genuflecting from corridor trekkers. But for this year, like the waves…

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  • Another Failed Attempt To Paint Us Bad

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    It is now glaring that whatever we may think, the claim that there is an international conspiracy to derail Nigeria could have some element of truth to it after all. Part of that claim is that there are concerted efforts to report the country out of existence. Students of International Communication in journalism or mass…

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  • Nigerian Army And Its Deliberate Persecution

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    The Nigerian Army (NA) is facing one of its worse moments in the history of its existence in the country. It is confronted with the difficult and unenviable duty of quelling internal insurrections across the country. Those conversant with the core mandate of the army would agree that such domestic assignments are outside the gamut…

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  • States And Comic Approach To Governance

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    At a time when all hands should be on deck in returning Nigeria back to the path of growth from the current economic recession, nothing can be as disheartening as the failure of the 36 state governors to realize that the times call for seriousness. They have all failed to live up to the billing…

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  • Who Wants Boko Haram Terrorists Back?

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    “We must keep the promise to our nation! We must make a difference!  COAS Lt. Gen. TY Buratai – 14 July 2015 Since the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt Gen Tukur Buratai first made this assertion over one year ago, the Nigerian Army, which he leads, has gone on to demonstrate a capacity to…

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  • A Peep Into The Presidential Kitchen

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    An African adage says, “Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.” Whether in Africa, Europe or Asian continents, leaders are burdened. And support of his family has to come with full measure for him to succeed. Leaders of nations battle to contain disparate interests; strive to leave a legacy and unquestionably accept responsibility for…

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