EDITORIAL: Nigeria Must Not Transform the Shiites Into Enemies

Nigeria is a multi-religious country in which the two main faiths, Christianity and Islam, are sub-divided into numerous sects and groups, not all of which accept each other. Our Constitution protects all of them by guaranteeing religious freedom. Any attempt to deprive any religious group from the freedom to practice…
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Must Nigeria Have At Least 36 Ministers In the Government of the Federation? (II), By Jiti Ogunye

It is our submission, therefore, that holding fast and holding slavishly and mechanically to the phrase "shall appoint at least one Minister from each State, who shall be an indigene of such State." in the proviso to Section 147 (3) of the Constitution, is not useful and helpful in the…
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Urgent Letter to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan on the Release of the Report of the Presidential Committee of Experts in Inter-Professional Relationship in the Public Health Sector, By Jiti Ogunye

22nd May, 2015 President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, The Presidency, Aso-Rock Villa, Three Arms Zone, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory. Your Excellency, DEMAND THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA RELEASE THE REPORT OF THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS IN INTER-PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIP IN THE PUBLIC…
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