• Aminu Tambuwal Waziri

    Moving Sokoto State Forward: The Tambuwal Example

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    Some people demand honour from their fellowmen, and sometimes, by sundry devices, succeed in forcing and enforcing it. Others, who are very rare in their breed and number, naturally command honour, they evoke it, deserve it, and do so because of their profound worthy and abiding contributions to the welfare and happiness of their fellow…

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    Revisiting The Dialogue Option To End Insurgency

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    Observers note that the recent decision by a faction of the Boko Haram insurgents to surrender arms and embrace dialogue rekindles the hope of bring back the kidnapped schools girls of Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno. Centre for Crisis Communication, a non-governmental organisation which engages in crisis information and communication management, recalls that the insurgents…

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  • Prof Attahiru Jega

    Appraising The Success Of 2015 Elections

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    Perceptive observers have been acknowledging the success of the 2015 general elections of Nigeria which were conducted on March 28 and April 11. Their acclamation is understandable, as international and local election observers have unanimously described the elections as peaceful and generally credible. Specifically, political pundits applauded the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for insisting…

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    When Will Nigerians Enjoy Stable Electricity?

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    Unarguably, the provision of stable and uninterrupted power supply is key for accelerated economic and industrial development of any country. Analysts are quick to point out that Nigeria’s quest to become one of the 20th economies in the world may as well be a mirage without stable electricity supply. They say that stable electricity supply…

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