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    Day Of Double Honour For Tambuwal

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    Dateline Enugu and Lafiagi: In two of Nigeria’s ancient and historical cities, two unrelated but eventful events will take place today. In the Coal city, the world will witness the official investiture of Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, with the Degree of Doctor of Public Administration (Honoris Causa) by Godfrey Okoye (Catholic) University. In…

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    Mecca Tragedies: Holding Saudi Arabia Accountable

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    This year’s Hajj exercise has indeed witnessed incidents with devastating consequences as it recorded the death of over a thousand pilgrims who had gone to the Holy Land to undertake one of the main pillars of Islamic faith. The latest, which occurred last Thursday (Eid Day), saw more than 700 people killed in a stampede…

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    Mecca Tragedies: Holding Saudi Arabia Accountable

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    This year’s Hajj exercise, which ended a few days ago, witnessed incidents with devastating consequences as it witnessed the death of over a thousand pilgrims who had gone to the Holy Land to undertake one of the main pillars of Islamic faith. The latest, which occurred last Thursday (Eid Day), saw more than 700 people…

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    Take-aways From Tambuwal’s 100 Days In Office

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    When former speaker of Nigeria’s House of Representatives, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal was sworn in as governor of Sokoto State on May 29, the attention of the nation was shifted to the historical state, with the genuine prospect of ‘continued change’ rising among citizens. This was expected, largely because of the pedigree Tambuwal built while representing…

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  • Critique Of Tambuwal’s Agenda For Sokoto

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    The ongoing campaigns by various candidates seeking elective posts and their political parties have provided Nigerians with the opportunity to assess those seeking to rule over them for the next four years. When politicians come to the people directly for a face to face interaction, citizens can evaluate their programmes and suitability for the office…

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    Tambuwal: The Eagle Clocks 49

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    As one political circle goes for another, elected office holders are traversing the length and breadth of the country giving account of their stewardship in the last four years and seeking a fresh mandate from the people. Many will face their constituents not knowing the sort of reaction they will get. For the fortunate ones,…

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