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Opinion: Saraki's CCT Appeal - A Legal Wild Goose Chase? by Emmaniel Odimba esq
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Opinion: Saraki’s CCT Appeal – A Legal Wild Goose Chase? Emmanu...

The Federal Government has just filed a Notice of Appeal at the Court of Appeal against the ‘No case Submission’ ruling of the CCT in the Senate President, Bukola Saraki’s matter. Before delving into the main subject of discussion here, it is important to point out the following... read more »

Biafra: To Be Or Not To Be (6) – “What is wrong with the Black Man?
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Biafra: To Be Or Not To Be (6) – “What is wrong with the Black Man? by Chim...

It is self-directed racism to agree that the UK can be a sovereign nation with 60 million people but the Igbo cannot be with about 60 million people. I remember the first day I saw the movie ‘The Ghost And The Darkness’. It is a fictionalized account of the Tsavo Man Eaters, i.e. 2 lions that... read more »

Opinion: Terrorism - The World’s Constant Reality by Philip Agbese
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Opinion: Terrorism – The World’s Constant Reality by Philip Agbese

Comrade Philip Agbese

Comrade Philip Agbese

Agbese is an international public affairs commentator, writes from theBoroughs, Hendon, (NW4 4BT), London, United Kingdom.
Comrade Philip Agbese
The Imagery of Great Britain does not spark enthusiasm in a lot of Nigerians for attestable reasons. Generally,   Africans in countries colonized by the British share similar sentiments. For Nigerians, Britain, the former colonial master, is at best, a symbol of exploitation and the... read more »

Time to End the Bad Blood Between the Yorubas and Ndigbo by Femi Aribisala.
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Opinion: Time to End the Bad Blood Between the Yorubas and Ndigbo by Femi A...

The hatred between the Yoruba and Ndigbo has gone on for far too long. Let there be love shared among us! The Yorubas and the Igbos, two of the most resourceful, engaging and outgoing ethnic groups in Nigeria, are becoming implacable enemies. Increasingly, they seem to hate one another with pure... read more »

Opinion: Saraki's Acquital and Matters Arising by Emmanuel Odimba
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Opinion: Saraki’s Acquital and Matters Arising by Emmanuel Odimba

Most of the teams presently prosecuting our corruption cases lack these qualities and unless something is done to improve the calibre of lawyers in these prosecution teams, the FG will continue on this loosing streak. I have followed with keen interest the public resentment that has greeted the... read more »

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