Monthly Archives: July 2015

Why I followed Toyin Saraki to EFCC’s office – Senator Dino Melaye

Senator Dino Melaye has defended his visit to the headquarters of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in the company of the wife of the Senate President, Mrs. Toyin Saraki. The lawmaker, who represents Kogi West Senatorial zone in the Senate, said in a press statement, in Abuja, that his explanation became necessary, following the barrage of attacks and ...

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Letter To Buhari (2): Other Constitutional Breaches and Ill-Conception Of $2.1 Billion Loan For Northeast Reconstruction

Letter To Buhari (2): Other Constitutional Breaches & Ill-Conception Of $2.1 Billion Loan For Northeast Reconstruction (Democracy, Civil Liberties & Rule of Law, Onitsha Nigeria, 28th July 2015)-Another breach of Sections 13, 14 (2) (a), 14 (2) (b) and 14 (2) (c) of the 1999 Constitution by Your Excellency is Your Excellency’s perceived unfriendly disposition towards the Southeast in particular ...

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Sex During Pregnancy: How Safe?

As Written By Clement Ehis Iuleomien Pregnancy is something most couples look forward to, given that procreation is one of the fundamental objectives of the marriage institution. Pregnancy comes with its many challenges and changes. Hormonal, anatomic, psychological and physical changes are glaring on the part of the woman during pregnancy. So many a couple are always at loss as ...

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Bomb Explosion Rocks Motor Park in Maiduguri

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As the Federal Government of Nigeria is struggling to find an end to insurgency in the northern part of the country, a bomb has exploded at a crowded motor park in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.  According to media reports the incident occurred at about 6:30am near the entrance of Gamboru Market, where operatives of commercial tricycles park to pick ...

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When a Country is Poor By Alex Agbo

Many of the governors, including those reelected, met ’empty treasuries’. Inheriting empty treasuries is now no news, such that if a new man comes to the helm of affairs and doesn’t meet an empty treasury, one begins to wonder. Even, Governors Rauf Aregbesola and Rochas Okorocha, after their reelection for second term in office, met an empty treasury. Aregbesola was ...

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Migrant Deaths and Self-Imposed Slave Trade In Africa By Clement Ehis Iuleomien

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As many as 70 African migrants perished in the Mediterranean Sea recently when the boat in which they were navigating from Libya to Italy, capsized. The migrants were apparently on their way to Europe for different reasons, ranging from seeking greener pastures, seeking refuge from wars, pestilence, starvation and diseases, escaping from oppressive and repressive governments, to mention but a ...

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