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  • Nigeria

    Nigerian elite and democracy’s uncertainties (1)

    Oseloka H. Obaze Description of Nigeria’s nascent democracy and its increasingly uncertain state can be redacted to a simple phrase – paradox of plenty and deprivation. Oddly, the presumption persists that democracy in whatever context, will default naturally to equity and distributive justice that enhances security and social order. This presumption is rooted in the…

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  • CBN

    CBN’s new rules against money laundering/terrorism

    It is gratifying that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has introduced new rules to check money laundering and financing of terrorism. The new rules aimed at curbing insider crimes in the banking sector, stipulate far-reaching penalties for banks, their directors and other staff for money laundering and terrorism. The new policy was formulated by…

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  • Boji-Boji Atamuna

    The governors of Rome

    The Governor of the bleeding state of Nasarawa escaped the stones from his dying people and proceeded to Ekiti to count the votes for the APC Ekiti State Congress. As the chief security officer of that exploding Nasarawa State he would rather pretend that the anomie engulfing the Benue confluence and way beyond is news…

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  • religious

    Satanism in new age religious solution (9)

    My children were given the best kind of training I could afford, even overseas. I laboured for them together with my wife. We trained them so that they could be useful to us but the reverse later became the case. All of them turned against us and never wanted to hear from us again, for…

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  • Bible

    The Bible, Almighty God and I (4)

    The age of King David is contentious because 2 Samuel 5:4 has it that he was 30 when he ascended the throne and that he ruled for 40 years, which means that he died at 70. But in 1 Kings 1:4 it is reported that “he was now a very old man that his servants…

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  • El-Zakzaky

    APC congresses: Same old story

    Following the fallouts of last Saturday’s ward congresses of the All Progressive Congress (APC) across the states would leave you with either of two conclusions: it’s either the PDP is still in power (by other means), or the APC is not different from the PDP. For the present ruling party matches its predecessor violence for…

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  • BENUE KILLINGS

    Killings: Nigeria becoming failed state –PFN

    • PVCs’ll address that, says Afenifere • We’re heading towards anarchy –Okorie Against the backdrop of the spate of violence and killings across the country, National President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Dr. Felix Omobude, has said Nigeria is “degenerating into a failed state.” Omobude lamented that killings by armed herdsmen and other criminals…

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  • PIB: Don’t induce lawmakers, Saraki warns oil firms

    Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has warned international oil companies and Oil Producers Trade Section (IOC/OPTS) operating in the country not to induce lawmakers during consideration and passage of the Fiscal and Host Communities Bills -components of the Petroleum Industry Bill-now before the National Assembly. Saraki said this when the leadership of the IOC/OPTS…

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