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Sudanese Usurpers and Africa’s Neo-colonial Army, By Owei Lakemfa

With very few exceptions like in Mouamar Ghadafi in Libya and Thomas Sankara in Burkina Faso, Africa’s military regimes have been a curse. After slavery and colonialism, the single most tragic occurrence in Africa, which is also largely responsible for its underdevelopment, is military dictatorship. One of the most memorable…
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Unraveling Nigeria’s Jobs Crisis (4), By Rafiq Raji

There should probably also be an aggressive awareness campaign to inform the youth about the numerous opportunities on the internet for education, skills acquisition and indeed jobs. Perhaps a second initiative should be to do something about making data cheaper or free. For instance, it is probably more optimal to…
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A Speech the President Didn’t Make on Democracy Day By Majeed Dahiru

The much anticipated national celebration of June 12 as democracy day came by as an anti-climax for many. The failure of President Muhammadu Buhari to speak as much as a word to Nigerians on May 29, when he was inaugurated for a second term of four years, the forthcoming re-designated…
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For Governors, ‘Tomorrow’ Never Comes, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

Some of the weird things governors do, to say the least, is not even anticipated by the Constitution, except for its moral implication, thus it is neither justiciable nor enforceable. You would expect good conscience and logical reasoning to prevail in the scheme of things, but for our governors who…
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