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 Reworking Our Grand Norm For A Better Nigeria

By Jerome-Mario  Utomi. Looking at the way the chimpanzee walks, you will discover without labour that it’s not a happy creature. Comparatively, a peep at  the way Nigerians currently spend hours at different  petrol  stations in  search of fuel, one may not wait to be told that Nigerians are mourning the dearth of good leadership in our country. This leadership challenge has …

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When Oil is truly No Longer Sustainable

Over the years, crude oil has been the main source of revenue for Nigeria. Many observers, however, believe that rather be a blessing, oil resources appear to have been a curse because the nation has virtually neglected other sectors of the economy while proceeds and management of oil exploration had been poorly handled.

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BIAFRA AND KANU: FORETELLING THE POSSIBLE END

Nigerian ethnic groups are enduring the pains, rather than enjoying the gains of unity. From 1960 to date, successive governments, both the militarily imposed and the democratically elected, has declared Nigeria’s unity non-negotiable.

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I am disappointed in EFCC, Sahara Reporters – Nwasike

 Mr. Obiefuna Timothy Nwasike is one of the many Nigerians in diaspora who has bitter tales to tell of their experiences in the hands of business             partners, bad media and law enforcement agencies in Nigeria. The former SHELL Petroleum staff, who is based in Basingstoke, England, spoke with our correspondent, Ayo Ogunojemite  expressing disappointment and …

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