Coalition, A Confusion Or Desperation?

I have said this previously in my piece titled, “Rejoinder on Obasanjo Clarion Call” in which he advised Buhari not to seek second tenure that, Obasanjo is in confusion. In the current democratic setup, no man or group of people could install someone on any other political position in this country without routing through the…

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Reistatement Of The NHIS Boss And Matters Arising

By Maiwada Dammallam “We are going to fight the reinstatement of Professor Usman Yusuf the Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme. We will contest it in court. You do not expect us to keep quite. We are already in court contesting some of the irrational decisions he took before he was suspended. We…

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This Thing Called ‘Killer Herdsman’, By Mahmud Jega

There is no denying what is obvious. Herdsmen have attacked rural communities in different parts of Nigeria. The attacks are often brutal; the attackers would surround a village in the dead of night, shoot indiscriminately and set fire to huts. The killing is also indiscriminate; they kill anyone they can find, make the rest of…

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The Nigeria’s Elections 2007 And 2015 As A Lesson

FOR THE ATTENTION OF PRESIDENT BUHARI/APC, POLICE/IGP, DSS/YAKUBU’s INEC/NGO’s AND ELECTORATE AND ALL OTHER DEMOCRATS FOR THE PREVENTION AND ERADICATION OF ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS By Abbati Bako Some Constitutional problems As clearly indicated, while there are good provisions in the Nigerian 1999 Constitution for the Commission, there are also bad provisions in…

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Unilorin Law Graduate And The Impact Of A Pragmatic Institution

I congratulate UNILORIN on producing a lawyer that started her ‘practice’ at and with “call to bar”. The JAMB registrar who was one time VC of the same University is making a lot of difference with remittances to FG account. Although I am on the side of ASUU in line with the principle of objective…

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THE RIDICULOUS VERDICT: Are The Judges Against Or For The Common Man

Sanusi MOYI The ruling delivered by Lagos Appeal court that EFCC lacks or does not have statutory powers to either, investigate or prosecute serving judicial officers except, where such individuals have first been dismissed or retired by the National Judicial Council (NJC), the body responsible for disciplining erring judges. To me this ruling is one…

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