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Salihu Lukman’s Warped Opinion Of a Paid Piper

By IDEDE Oseyande Ordinarily, I would not have wasted my time replying to someone who until today, I never knew existed; save for his warped opinion that is not worth the paper on which it was published. The likes of Salihu Lukman are unknown despite the years they have spent …

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Ampidong Crater Lake Mangu, Jos Plateau State

Located in Ampang West, Mangu LGA, about 98km from Jos City Center, along Shendam road. Ampidong Lake is a collection of water in the crater of an extinct volcano. The crater was formed as a result of a volcanic eruption there many years ago. Records shows that crater is approximated …

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THE ANIMAL FARM CALL ‘NAIJA’

It is a truism for every dramatic text to be situated within a given region or locale with a view to addressing issues that are peculiar to those people. However, globalism has made some of these challenges to assume a universal dimension. Animal Farm is a novella written by George …

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Sen. Gershom Bassey: A Thorough Bred Leader

There is an ongoing scholastic argument on whom a leader is. To some, a leader is one birthed with leadership abilities, not made. To further buttress their point, inferences are made to the biblical Joseph and David whose leadership potentials distinguished them from infancy. Others are of the view that …

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Adams Oshiomhole: A Faithful Friend And A Ferocious Foe

By IGEDE Oseyande About a decade ago when I graduated from the university, like most young school leaver, I applied my knowledge of creating personalized curriculum vitae (CV) for the very first time. This was after a thorough comparison of various styles and contents that characterizes an idea CV. A …

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The Fruitlessness Of An Okonjo-Iweala Leadership Of WTO.

By Owei Lakemfa. I first met Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala during the Obasanjo administration at a conference organised by the newly emergent Due Process Office headed by Mrs. Obiageli (Oby) Katryn Ezekwesili. Okonjo-Iweala was Minister of Finance, so I asked her how much oil Nigeria was producing daily. Conference Chairman, Mallam …

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COVID-19: A Call For Reopening of Schools In Nigeria

By Comrade Monday Abimiku School is the most organised and coordinated settings anywhere in the world, closing it is akin to closing the future of the country. While the schools are closed down, other sectors that were closed down even after the closure of schools have reopened in Nigeria. It …

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Barr. Tina Agbor, The Political Trailblazer

Barr. Tina Agbor, The Political Trailblazer. From the African cosmic view, mother Earth is given an exortic status because of her ability to procreate without inducement from the opposite gender. This unique categorisation of hers led to the proliferation of Earth mother cults such Nkoho, Ekub, Moni-nkim, fattening room, just …

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Covid-19: Building Back Better Equality At The Centre

By Guy Ryder, Alicia Bárcena and Tatiana Valovaya The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a socio-economic crisis of unprecedented scope and reach. Worldwide, it has led to a massive decline in working hours, equivalent to 400 million full- time jobs. It has also exposed structural inequalities related to social protection and …

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