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  • APC, greatest enemy of itself – Iwuanyanwu 

    From Okwe Obi, Abuja Chief Chyna Iwuanyanwu is a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). He said 50 percent of the PDP’s problem was self inflicted by the members, just as he declared that presidency and its agenda are All Progressives Congress (APC) greatest enemies. Do you think it is too late for the PDP to bounce…

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  • How culture and tourism may play out in 2018

    On this beat for over two decades, one has come to appreciate the need to remain steadfast and patient to our collective national desire and aspiration to make tourism gains. In course of this quest, one had seen Nigeria take some critical steps such as giving tourism a space at economic and political discussion table…

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    Is there security in the land?

    The year 2018 opened up like a beautiful door whose interior was not yet discerned but full of surprises lurking around every corner. Unfortunately, the first peep after the door was opened in the new year suddenly unleashed on Nigerians mayhem and several other killings around the country, especially in Rivers, Nasarawa, Lagos, Borno and Benue states. That of Benue and Rivers states…

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    Ortom: Buhari, why have you forsaken us?

    Nobody knows the real number of casualties and that is the stark reality. We all agree it is huge, running into several hundreds, perhaps thousands. It is still guesswork, a gamble of sorts, very expensive one. We have actually lost count. The frequency of the assault is both frightening and alarming. It is sadly coming…

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    Blood on River Benue

    Calamitous events have come in torrents in the wake of 2017. The outgone year sailed home on the wind of unabated fuel scarcity. After some incoherent explanations, the authorities have told us that the nation ought to be on the cusp of another hike in fuel price but for the administration’s insistence to return to…

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  • Secure Ekiti against herdsmen invasion, Fayose charges hunters

    …”We will not allow herdsmen kill our people in Ekiti”- he vows Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has raised the alarm of imminent invasion of the state by Fulani herdsmen. He has, therefore, charged hunters in the state to defend the people against any unforeseen invasion just as he urged the Federal Government to…

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  • Mass burial for victims of Benue Massacre set for January 11

    (NAN) The Benue Government says it will bury victims of the January 1 attacks on Thursday, January 11. 73 persons were gunned down by unknown assailants who invaded five villages in Guma and Logo Local Governments on new year’s day. Several others were injured while 50,000 persons were displaced. Governor Samuel Ortom announced government’s decision…

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  • Buhari replaces Ayo Oke with Rufai Abubakar as NIA DG

      From: Juliana Taiwo-Obolonye, Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Ahmed Rufai Abubakar, as the substantive Director General for the National Intelligence Agency (NIA). The appointment takes immediate effect. Abubakar, a retired career Foreign Service officer, till his appointment served as Senior Special Assistant to the President (SSAP) on Foreign Affairs/International Relations….

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  • Ethiopia bans foreign adoptions in effort to prevent child abuse

    (dpa/NAN) Ethiopia has banned foreign adoptions in what the government says is an effort to “prevent crimes against children.” Solomon Asfaw, Spokesman at the Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs, said on Wednesday that the ban was aimed at protecting Ethiopian children and avoid mistreatment in the future. “We also want to avoid cases wherein…

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  • U.S. to withdraw more troops from Iraq in coming months

    (Xinhua/NAN) The U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Douglas Silliman on Wednesday said U.S. would withdraw more troops from Iraq in the coming months. In a news conference in Baghdad, Silliman said “the presence of U.S. forces in Iraq has been reducing, especially in Anbar province in coordination with the Iraqi forces,’’ according to al-Sumaria News Agency….

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