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Blood Cattle

With so much blood shed so that cattle may roam roughshod over the land, it does make sense for us to rethink our meat production and consumption patterns. Violent conflicts have become so pervasive in Nigeria that one could be excused to say that they threaten to become the new ...

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The Sins Of Amaechi (3), By Solomon Okocha

“The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.” – Aristotle The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Center reports that as of 2005, 40% of school-age children in Africa did not attend primary school and there are still 46 million school-age African children who have never ...

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My Takeaway from Buhari’s Foreign Trips – Babatunde Fashola

  In making this public intervention, I seek to highlight the benefit of global relationships and cooperation in a world that is changing daily as a result of globalization and transborder economics, social and even criminal activities where no one is safe, except all are safe, and to leave the ...

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Don’t Sign the Paris Agreement

It is not late to stand up against the Paris Agreement that will see the sinking of Small Island states and the roasting of Africa – a continent uniquely exposed to the vagaries of global warming. Of what use is it for poor vulnerable nations to smile to the cameras, ...

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Ogoni Clean Up Delays: Fast Tracking The Death Sentence

The pledge by the government of President Buhari to fast track (now slow-tracking) the process to implement the recommendations of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) audit report on Ogoniland had raised hopes and won the commendation of many including the leadership of The Movement for the Survival of the ...

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Tribute To Alamieyeseigha: Nigeria’ll Never Be The Same For Me Without You- James Ibori

DSP, I write this with a mixture of a heavy heart and compelling sense of pride. Even as I mourn, I find comfort in the love, admiration, reverence and even veneration that have gushed out for you from all parts of Bayelsa, the entire Ijaw nation, and beyond, despite the ...

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A Year Without Oronto

It was in 2004 when I started working with the Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigerian (ERA/FoEN), an advocacy organisation concerned with the protection of environment and democratization that I had my first contact with Oronto Douglas. In the course of my duties I stumbled on a book titled ...

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‘I Have No Power Over Electricity Tariff’ – Fashola

Frequently asked questions about the Nigerian Power Sector answered by the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola.Excerpts. What are the features of reforms in the Power Sector? Well, l think before we go into reforms, let us also understand why reforms? Until about 2013, which is over 60 years ago, ...

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A Country In Search Of A Miracle

 By Reuben Abati   You look tired” “Ha, my brother. Thanks for being observant. I have been trekking.” “Trekking?” “I went to buy fuel at that fuel station by the Estate gate. I had to abandon the car there. On my way back home, I could not find okada or ...

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APC Prepared For Defeat Not Victory

A lot of Nigerians who support the present government are moaning behind the scene, too embarrassed to speak in the open so they will not be mocked, that attitude is wrong, how will the government we back know about the people’s discontentment, it is because they do not feel the ...

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