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IG’s ‘Transmission’ and the Other Treacherous Tale, By Louis Odion

...after all mispronounced and done, the IGP also partly has himself to blame. Well, maybe his consolation should be that, at least, there is now an epithet to define his reign as super cop. As it is customary, today, we shall be making a detour from the usual to dissect…
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I Mourn, Not Because I Am Palestinian, By Owei Lakemfa

I mourn because the deaths were avoidable, especially when the lives of the Israelis, including those of their soldiers, were not endangered. After seventy years of sustained bloodshed, the Palestine deserves peace despite the provocation of war mongers like President Donald Trump. All that is needed for peace to reign…
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What Should Africa Now Expect From Trump’s America?, By Rafiq Raji

...it is quite apropos to now ask: Is there now hope for the continent under Mr. Trump? Well, the American president surprisingly hosted Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari, in late April, and he put on his widest smile for the visiting head of state; albeit that is not always a good…
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The Dangers and Evil Consequences of Sectarianism and Disunity In the Ummah, By Murtadha Gusau

In The Name Of Allah, The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful All perfect praise be to Allah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and that Muhammad is His Servants and Messenger. Respected Servants of Allah! Today, in my Sermon, I…
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Is the Great Battle Between the Senate President and the Police Boss?, By Jibrin Ibrahim

The view of Senate President Bukola Saraki is that the alleged plot is part of the strategy of IGP Idris Ibrahim to settle scores over the declaration by the Senate that he is not qualified and competent to hold any public office, within and outside the country. Over the past…
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