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  • Legacy Of A Great Barack Hussein Obama

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    President Barack Hussein Obama, the 44th President of the United States of America would be leaving office in a couple of days. The first African-American to be elected president often spoke of bending the arc of history toward justice. After eight years in office, he did so in many ways, indeed by his mere presence….

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  • Change Starts With Me Sonnet

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    This week, it’s a Sonnet I’ve chosen to write, As we usher a new year amidst so much fright. Nigerians are hit with a poverty smite, That has reached quantum levels and unfortunate height. Despite all the words that it will be alright, The people are wary; They are feeling contrite. From the rich in…

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  • People Of The Year 2016

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    PERSON OF THE YEAR 2016: PRESIDENT ELECT, DONALD.J TRUMP The greatest single news event of 2016 took place on November 9 when the American electorate went to the polls to cast their votes to determine who will emerge as the leader of the most powerful nation on Earth. Having emerged from the most bitter and…

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  • National Treasure, Regional Gem

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    The community in Northern Nigeria is an entity encompassing over half the population of the country. The North possesses widespread water resources, vast land, the most fertile agricultural soil in the nation, abundant natural endowments awaiting development, amongst so many other virtues. An entity I am so proud of; one, which, once upon a time,…

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  • Burgeoning Triumph Of Democracy In Africa

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    The club of authoritarian leaders maintaining an iron grip on power in parts of Africa, either by amending laws to extend their terms of office, hosting rubber-stamp elections or repressing opposition and civil society is fast dwindling. Nine leaders have wielded power for more than 20 years in Africa; four of them have been at…

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  • Recession And Our Overdependence On Oil

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    Recession – the state of decline of the economy – is biting hard across the country. The causes and solution of the economic recession we are currently facing has become the major topic of discussion on the lips of major actors in Nigeria. Prices of food items, consumables and luxury goods have skyrocketed. With the…

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  • Jungle Justice

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    Lately, pictures and a video went viral online of what appears to be a young boy being lynched and set ablaze by a mob for stealing. While I couldn’t bring myself to watch this barbaric act in its entirety, the gruesome killing brought back horrific memories such as the “ALUU-4 boys” that were also burnt…

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  • 59,017,382 Americans Made The Difference!!!

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    How stupid can 59,017,382 people be” was the question that the world was confronted with last week when Americans elected into office the most hasty, nasty, undignified, crass and clueless man ever to have come out of the ‘so-called’ free world. One would have thought that some of the issue policies bitterly argued upon during…

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  • As America Votes…

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    Tuesday, the 8th of November was the day the world turned their attention towards “Uncle Sam.” It is the day when Americans went to the polls to elect the President of the “free world”. As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head to head in the race for the presidency, and after a campaign that…

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  • On Release Of The Chibok Girls

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    Thursday the 13th of October 2016 will indeed go down in the annals of history as a glorious day for Nigeria. It was a watershed day when in the early hours, 21 of the kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls were released by their captors in the town of Banki close to our border with Cameroon. It would…

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