• The Dilemma Of A ‘Fantastically’ Corrupt Nation (2)

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    In Nigeria, we have seen the development of vast system of institutionalised political corruption sometimes emanating from the very top and pervading all governmental institutions with perverse influence on the rest of the society. Political corruption also involves the violation of electoral laws, and campaign finance regulations. It is very difficult to reduce through law…

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    Kogi’s Unending Political Paradox

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    OMONU YAKUBU NELSON writes on the unwinding political intrigues in Kogi State. Kogi, the confluence state has been in the news for a while, regrettably for wrong reasons. The state has been embroiled in political quagmire, since the death of the candidate of the All Progressives Congress candidate (APC), Prince Abubakar Audu in the midst…

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  • Kogi Community Decries Deplorable Roads

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    The people of Oganenigu community in Dekina local government area of Kogi State have cried out to the governor of the state, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, over the deplorable condition of their road. In a statement issued by the chairman, Abuja branch of Oganenigu Community Development Association (OCDA), Alhaji Abdullahi Ibrahim, they said, Oganenigu is one…

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  • The Dilemma Of A ‘Fantastically’ Corrupt Nation (1)

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    The First Republic president of Nigeria, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, warned in 1964 that, “tribalism, nepotism, perfidy and corruption were the enemies of Nigeria. He stressed that, “with bribery and corruption, the prestige of the Nigerian nation will dwindle to a vanishing point, defacing the national image and bringing shame and contempt to Nigeria.” With the…

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