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Columns

War On Corruption: Making a Fetish of the Malabu Deal, By Majeed Dahiru

The war on corruption has been more of name calling, media circus trials and pronouncements of guilt, even before people involved are charged to court. The unfortunate characterisation of individuals as corrupt, even before their formal conviction is in itself a form of corruption. This betrays the selectively vindictive nature…
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Opinion

General T.Y. Danjuma: Tribute To a Patriot at 80, By Alkasim Abdulkadir

Beneath his tough solder’s mien is a compassionate heart, quick to forgive, fast to empathise and sympathise, with a mind on an eternal search for social justice. He is always rooting for the underdog. He has a prodigious knowledge of current affairs, political commentary and history. It is difficult to…
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Opinion

Historical Perspectives on the Current Kukah-Haruna Face-off, By Ahmed Yahaya Joe

General Danjuma, while being conferred with the prestigious title of Jarmai Zazzau, stated “It is not in our character as Northerners to talk too much. We need to think more, relate better but talk less. Battles are fought and won through wisdom and strategy than through inflammable pronouncement and political…
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