Monthly Archives: December 2016

‎‎Ex-Rep Hails Buhari, Military Over Sambisa Victory

Isa Mohammed Ashiru

Former House of Representatives member from Kudan/Makarfi Federal Constituency, Alhaji Isah Ashiru has commended the determination of President Muhammadu Buhari in bringing the Boko Haram insurgency to an end within a short time. Ashiru said it took a demonstrable will on the part of the President and high level commitment to service on the part of the military to rid ...

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Donald Trump Insists On Banning Muslims From US

Donald Trump said he still planned to ban Muslims from entering the US and to build a Muslim “registry” after the latest terrorist attacks in Berlin. Following an Isis-related attack at a Christmas market in Berlin this week, Mr Trump renewed his calls to carry out sweeping discriminatory acts against Muslims from overseas and the American Muslim population of around ...

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Show Love This Christmas – Osanebi Counsels Christians

Christmas is a season  of joy, peace, love and goodwill that the birth of our lord Jesus Christ symbolizes. It’s an eternal package of love and joy for those that truly understands the meaning and intent of Christmas . All through this season, our hearts are lifted by the tidings of his coming, We are comforted that we can have ...

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$30 Billion Loan: Are You For Real? By Alex Otti

“I, however, place the economy among the first and most important of virtues, and public debt as the greatest of the dangers to be feared” Thomas Jefferson I have been struggling to come to terms with the request of the presidency to borrow $30 billion, to no avail. I have tried to compute the numbers from available statistics with limited ...

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Anambra Begins School Feeding Programme

Having been the first state to meet the stated requirements for Federal Government funding for the Homegrown School Feeding, Anambra State has kicked off the school feeding programme. The feeding is expected to last till the end of the current school term. Speaking from Awka, Anambra State capital earlier today, the Special Assistant on Homegrown School Feeding Programme in the Office ...

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Defending Human Rights Abusers In Nigeria: Time For Moribund Southwest Rights CSOs To Leave The Stage

Muhammadu Buhari

The death of Rights CSOs and their human rights advocacy activities in the Southwest Nigeria became noticeable prior to the 2015 General Elections. It became full-fledged from June 2015 to date following the emergence of the Administration of Retired Major General Muhammadu Buhari. Indisputably, Lagos and its surrounding States/environs served as Nigeria’s epicentre of independence, democracy and human rights struggles; ...

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