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Columns

For Jega, the Hour of Reckoning Draws Near, By Steve Ayorinde

Barely a week to the rescheduled presidential election, the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega, must be the most important man in Nigeria today. But I do not envy him at this critical moment. As the clock ticks from today, exactly a week to the…
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Guest Columns

Reading the Card Reader Issue, By Bola Ahmed Tinubu

Desperation surges within the presidency and PDP camp. Postponing the election to March 28, this group thought they had bought added time to alter the electoral equation in their favour. They were frightened that February 14 would have been their demise. Four weeks out of the six-week delay, they have…
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Guest Columns

The Real Buhari: Rescuing History, By Chris Ngwodo

It is said that those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Perhaps, a worse fate awaits those who willfully distort history. The current election cycle has featured a great deal of historical distortion aimed at discrediting the opposition presidential challenger, the former Head of State,…
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