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EFCC: A Waste of Taxpayer’s Money


By Charles Ofoji If you spend, or employ uselessly without adequate return, it is a locus-classic case of profligate squander. Now, if you juxtapose the colossal sum spent on the so-called anti-graft agency, the EFCC since it was conceived and set up by former President Obasanjo`s government, with the results it has achieved in its […]

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Are Australian Commandos Hunting for Terrorists in Nigeria?


A secret squadron of Australian SAS soldiers has been operating at large in Africa, performing work normally done by spies, in an unannounced and possibly dangerous expansion of Australia’s foreign military engagement. The deployment of the SAS’s 4 Squadron – the existence of which has never been publicly confirmed – has put the special forces […]

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If Ojukwu is a Hero who is the Villain


By Anthony A Kila Once a person and above all a personality dies it is common practice to treat him or her with kindness and with more compassion and general understanding. After death, hatchets are buried and hitherto foes are seen through less hostile prisms. The case was not different in the case of the […]

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Restoring The Glory Of Northern Nigeria (3)


Sir Kashim Ibrahim Nigerian statesman and educationist, also a prominent traditional office holder in one of the oldest kingdoms in Africa, Borno. He was born at Yerwa, the old quarter of Maiduguri,  became capital of Borno state,Yerwa was and remains the seat of the king or Shehu of Borno.Born into the aristocracy of that famous […]

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Time to Proclaim our Freedom


By Felista N. Emehelu   Fellow Nigerians it is time to proclaim our freedom from political slavery. It is time to fight and declare our liberty from political jugglers who will pay any price to hold the masses captives for their own selfish interests. It seems that when you think that some of these politicians […]

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