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DESERT HERALD Publisher Petitions Kaduna Trial Magistrate Over Alleged Misconduct


The Publisher/Editor-In-Chief of the Kaduna based DESERT HERALD newspaper, Tukur Mamu, has petitioned the trial Magistrate of Ibrahim Taiwo road in Kaduna, Nasiru Idris Lere Esq through the Chief Justice of the state, Justice Rahila Khoje over alleged “biased and unethical conduct” in his on-going trial before the Chief Magistrate. It could be recalled that […]

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POLITICAL MIRROR


How To Steal A Nigerian Election –Sen. Yusuf Tuggar By ROBERT AMSTERDAM The presidential election held this past April in Nigeria were seen as sufficiently “free and fair” by many observers, but at the local level for the gubernatorial election, reports of fraud, violence, ballot stuffing, and intimidation were rife. In several key states, candidates […]

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OPINION


Gov. Kwankwaso’s Silent Revolution In the context of 100-days-in-office of state governors in the country and in relation to Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso of Kano State, history is in the making, as the two-time governor strategizes to restore responsibility and responsiveness in governance. This standpoint however raises the question of what constitutes the direction and […]

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Can Adamawa State Endure This Debaucherous Economic Rape?


Can Adamawa State Endure This Debaucherous Economic Rape? By ISMAIL MOHAMMED Just like yesterday, governor Nyako was sworn in amidst fanfare and hope for a greater future. Four years later, the hopes and expectations were only met in the breach with governance taking its lowest drift in the history of contemporary governance in the state. […]

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Fuel Subsidy: The True Story


Fuel Subsidy: The True Story By ADEBIYI OLUSOLAPE Chioma earns N18, 000:00k in a month at the factory where she works. They pay only N17,100:00k into her account after tax. She spends N11,000:00k every month buying Gari, Rice, Beans and other foodstuff. She buys a lot of Gari because she takes some to work to soak […]

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Syria is Ripe:


Discourse 334 Syria is Ripe By Aliyu Tilte The job started by some nations in Libya must be continued in other countries whose despots are ready to kill many thousands of their citizens to save their throne. Syria and Yemen are ripe for such intervention. If the raison d’etre of their involvement in Libya was […]

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