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    Applauding The Resilience Of The ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ Campaign

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    Prior to the advent of the internet, social media, satellite and global system of mobile communication, the concepts of humanitarianism and humanitarian activities were mostly localized within the environment in which they occur. Advocacy activities by human rights movements were propagated through popular culture, local media and specialized publications. With these technologies of freedom however,…

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  • Masari: The Task Ahead

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    The emergence of the former speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Bello Masari, as the Katsina governor-elect in the last gubernatorial elections signalled a paradigm shift in the geo-politics of the state which since the return of democracy in 1999 has been governed by people from Katsina Central to the detriment of Daura and…

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