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Opinion

A United Front to Combat Malaria, By Ana Margarida Setas-Ferreira

Growing up in Angola, I witnessed the cruel and devastating impact of malaria, as well as experienced this horrific disease firsthand. Later, as a mother, I was grateful to have access to preventive therapies while pregnant so that I could protect myself and my two sons could be born healthy.…
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Opinion

Understanding Oyo politics and Ajimobi’s fate in 2015, By Abass Adetunji?

“Secondary schools are currently being merged to re-position them for optimal performance, but critics are quick to point out that he has failed to engage new teachers in critical subjects such as science, mathematics, and languages.” Intense political permutations and combinations are rife amongst informed and uninformed circles in Oyo…
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Editorial

EDITORIAL: How Jonathan, His Government And The Rest of Us Have Failed Abducted Schoolgirls

There is a limit to impunity, beyond which a country can no longer call itself a country with any shred of pride. We passed that mark on that grim Monday when members of the hideous Boko Haram sect stormed Government Secondary School Chibok, Maiduguri, and ran off with over 250…
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Opinion

The Nigerian Senate And Its Obsession For Regime Protection, By Garba Shehu

That David Mark’s Senate has given this country something that is very important: it is a Senate imbued with reassuring maturity that has ensured stability for the country’s young democracy. It is a gift that will not escape the interest of contemporary historians. Their fixation with the legacy of democratic…
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