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Why DACA Matters?

By Meredith Rogers President Trump has decided to turn his words into action by announcing that he will indeed rescind the controversial policy of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA. While this was one of his campaign promises from the start, many people from his own party were uncertain he would actually go through with […]

Sweat4Peace2017: Positioning Youths To Ensure Peace

In furtherance of a much-desired peaceful and united Nigeria, young people have been encouraged to lead an exemplary lifestyle and shun all forms of violence even in the midst of the many violence-related events challenging Nigeria’s oneness.   #Sweat4Peace an annual event to mark International Peace Day – September 21st held on Saturday, September 16th, […]

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Nigerian N10bn Defamation Suit: As Ugwuonye’s Trial Begins

By Destiny Ugorji After months of attending to preliminary objections and legal fireworks, a Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Apo, Abuja, will on Thursday, 21st September, 2017 commence hearing on a Ten Billion Naira (N10b) defamation suit instituted against controversial Lagos lawyer, Emeka Ugwuonye, by the former husband of missing Abuja business woman, […]

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Nigerian Stakeholders Fight Over Biotechnology

By Odimegwu Onwumere   There is a putrefying disagreement among farmers and other stakeholders on Biosafety before and after it became a law in Nigeria in 2015; Odimegwu Onwumere uncovers that whereas the rivalry lasts, in some quarters such as OFAB, there is insistence that Biotechnology contributes significantly to surplus food output and has no […]

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How Dishonest Politicians Cause Pains Among Citizens

By Odimegwu Onwumere The electioneering campaign is on and we gather ward by ward and unit by unit to receive aspirants of political positions in 1999 and hear their manifestoes. They promise us of a better living like good roads, hospitals, qualitative education, constant electricity and other people-oriented need. While we listen to them, many […]

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Neither Restructuring Nor Unity… But Good Governance Can Save Nigeria

By Okachikwu Dibia In the 21st century, Nigeria still does not have a good understanding (talk less of practice) of basic politics. Basic politics has to do with the true concern, focus and carrying out of ideas that will ensure the good of all the people in a defined political society. The good of all […]

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Where Knowledge Is Being Murdered

By Abdulkadir Adamu Consider this a hyperbole at your ignorance – Isn’t it your peril? – oh ye, Knowledge Advocate. Certainly, in this part of the world, Knowledge is right now at the abattoir, being slaughtered. Or, do you need any eye to see his blood forming a mighty tide there? No doubt, Knowledge is multi-faceted, […]

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Our Injured Mentalities In Political Choices

By Odimegwu Onwumere   “We have given politics a substantial impact on the direction of our lives. No wonder it’s so important to so many people!” shouted Aaron Ross Powell and Trevor Burrus, research fellows at Cato Institute, an American libertarian think tank headquartered in Washington, D.C, USA.   Powell and Burrus’s insight on politics […]

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