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  • At the risk of sounding boring, what else can one say but to admit that the passing away of the great Senator Chukwumerijie is once again death’s hollow and pretentious victory. The outpouring of the emotions has been genuine and understandable. In scholarship...

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    On April 22nd 2014, General Muhammadu Buhari wrote an article: “NYANYA BOMB BLAST AND THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM IN NIGERIA!” which was published in DAILY TRUST newspaper. The write-up was an illuminating piece of history. It was honest: “No matter...

  • Below is an interview by Governor Fayemi highlighting the vision behind the emergence of Progressive Governors Forum (PGF) and the need to give APC clear ideological character as basis for good governance in the country. It was first published in The...

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