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Obasanjo, Young, and Masters: What Kind of Cabal?

Author: Jonathan ElenduPosted to the web: 6/24/2005 6:07:45 AM Hope Sullivan, the daughter of the late Rev. Leon Sullivan a former civil rights leader, is the

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What Life Are We Living? The Thief Among Us

Author: IYERE AHAMIOJE ERNESTPosted to the web: 6/23/2005 12:06:29 PM Woke up , had their morning prayers and bidded their friends good bye, I’ll see you

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A South-South President: The Quest For Equity, Justice and Fair Play

Author: By Prof. B.I.C. Ijomah. Ph.D (Northwestern)Posted to the web: 6/22/2005 7:02:11 AM It is often said that nobody can represent you better than yourself. After

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Professor Ibrahim Gambari and June 12: The "Un-Disgraced" Collaborator

Author: Sowore OmoyelePosted to the web: 6/20/2005 7:49:41 AM If the Abacha repressive regime were a soccer team, Professor Ibrahim Gambari would be one of the

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Tragic End of the People’s Pilot: Captain Jerry Agbeyegbe

Author: Eric OsagiePosted to the web: 6/19/2005 2:42:23 PM No more will he fly. No longer will his angry voice ring out at the ills afflicting

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June 12: Never, Never Again

Author: Eric OsagiePosted to the web: 6/19/2005 1:32:49 PM Where were you when you heard the news of the June 12 annulment? Where were you

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Gani Versus the Newest Librarians

Author: By Eric OsagiePosted to the web: 6/19/2005 7:16:59 AM Chief Gani Fawehinmi is angry! You can see it in his eyes and feel it in

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Celebrating Obasanjocracy

Author: Patrick NaagbantonPosted to the web: 6/18/2005 4:23:18 AM Writing is a delicate craft, a writer be a woman or a man only expresses he or

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A Parable For Nigeria

Author: By Reuben AbatiPosted to the web: 6/17/2005 7:00:56 AM 'I HOPE it doesn't happen here?' 'What?' 'What has happened in South Africa?' 'Is it Nelson

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This Animal Called Nigerian

Author: Professor AboyadePosted to the web: 6/17/2005 6:38:01 AM I am sure readers know already that the title of this piece is largely borrowed from a

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A Review Of 318 Odontogenic Tumors In Kaduna, Nigeria

Author: Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial SurgeryPosted to the web: 6/16/2005 6:11:22 AM Purpose: To analyze 318 odontogenic tumors seen at a tertiary oral care center

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The Nigerian Child: A Future So Bleak

Author: Nigerian VanguardPosted to the web: 6/14/2005 11:21:31 PM IDOWU, a 10  year old boy who sells sachet water at  the popular Mile Two bus stop,

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Ritual Killing and Pseudoscience in Nigeria

Author: Leo IgwePosted to the web: 6/12/2005 9:12:21 PM The murder in London of a Nigerian boy, simply named Adam by the British Police, might have

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Go South, Con Man | Why Nigerian Fraudsters Now Like Working in South Africa

Author: The Economist print editionPosted to the web: 6/12/2005 6:26:27 PM Why Nigerian fraudsters now like working in South Africa“YOU want rubies! We can do business!”

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Stiff Penalties For Footballers

Author: The Economist print editionPosted to the web: 6/12/2005 6:23:01 PM The mysteries of Nigerian justiceLAST week, more than 50 Nigerians, some of them wearing football

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Ken Nnamani and the New Way

Author: Olu Obafemi Posted to the web: 6/11/2005 6:29:06 AM Listening to the words and utterances—which almost equate policy statements—of the new Senate President, Ken Nnamani,

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No One Loves Nigeria

Author: By Eric Osagie Posted to the web: 6/11/2005 6:27:14 AM Do you love your country? Well, you may be in the minority if you say

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Book of Life

Author: By Patrick Enilama Posted to the web: 6/11/2005 6:24:31 AM 'Oh that thou would bless me indeed, and thine hand might be with me, and

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Ehindero Begged Me To Cool Down

Author: By Mike Awoyinfa Posted to the web: 6/11/2005 6:20:04 AM On a two-day visit to Abuja to attend a seminar where columnists shared their ideas

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Nigeria — Time to Cut a Debt Deal?

Author: By Todd Moss Posted to the web: 6/9/2005 11:23:30 AM Nigeria has become synonymous with corruption, mismanagement and Africa’s sad history of wasted opportunity. But

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Decoding the US Alarm on Nigeria

Author: By Sam Omatseye Posted to the web: 6/8/2005 7:12:30 AM The general response from the Obasanjo administration to the ominous report from the U.S.

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A Decade & Two Funerals

Author: By Louis Odion Posted to the web: 6/8/2005 7:08:51 AM When Reverend Father Matthew Kukah finally arrives Ogoniland with the olive branch in the

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A Nation of Riggers

Author: By Louis Odion Posted to the web: 6/8/2005 7:07:15 AM It took a front-page report by Vanguard newspaper Monday before the West African Examination

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Let's Rotate the Presidency

Author: By Amanze Obi Posted to the web: 6/8/2005 7:05:02 AM A part of the fundamental objectives and directive principles of state policy as enshrined in

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The Bell Tolls For Nigeria

Author: By Amanze Obi Posted to the web: 6/8/2005 7:03:16 AM A fertile ground has been mapped out for Nigeria’s many patriotic do-gooders. A recent report

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Counselling Students of the Faculty of Education at the University of Maiduguri Against Examination Malpractice

COUNSELLING STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI AGAINST EXAMINATION MALPRACTICEEBIRERI OMOVIGHO RANIUNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI, DEPARTMENT OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND EXTENSION

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Removal of Fuel Subsidy: My Position & the Way Forward

For ten days now, I have read with very uncanny interest the myriads of posts from friends and folks both on BB, tweeter and on

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WHY GAIN A KOBO TO LOSE A NAIRA? Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

WHY GAIN A KOBO TO LOSE A NAIRA? Do you know that: • Petrol Subsidy is a major channel for corruption? • The inefficiencies of the subsidy regime

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NIGERIA TOMORROW

NIGERIA TOMORROW! Tomorrow; after today Tomorrow; opposite today Tomorrow; a change Tomorrow; a level Tomorrow; a state Tomorrow; paste Tomorrow; phase Tomorrow; a symbol Tomorrow; a result Tomorrow; a product Tomorrow; a multiplication Tomorrow; a division Tomorrow; an addition Tomorrow; a subtraction Tomorrow; a future So set a vision, To accomplish your mission in our nation Tomorrow; a position So apply the mission and decision, to get to such destination. No one knows tomorrow, but the plan of today can give a clue, The plan of today makes it deterministic. No one knows tomorrow, but it makes you determined, It makes you accomplished. No one knows tomorrow, but it makes you stand in the light of the truth. I’m talking not about ability, but about integrity, which leads to prosperity, even outside your vicinity. I'm talking about being a Server; the master key towards attaining the height of a leader, not a rigger neither a digger. Tomorrow; it's in me Tomorrow; it's in you Tomorrow; it's in all, Tomorrow; a leader. For by this time tomorrow, Things done in joy and happiness Esprit de corps among leaders, thus radiating amid individuals Lecturers and the lectured having mutual understanding of what is being taught. For by this time tomorrow, Master of Corruption; rest in peace Mr. Insecurity; evaporated Professor Illiterate; back to school, Honourable Poverty; eliminated. For by this time tomorrow, Cassava bread in the morning, Cassava flakes at noon, Cassava paste at night, Ah! malnutrition; eradicated. For by this time tomorrow, I say! You say!! We say!!! This I have done. GOD BLESS NIGERIA http://www.doshand.webs.com/dadaos@ymail.com

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So called Dream team 23/12/11

My observation up to 23 November 2011, which stands to be corrected, Nigeria is the only country especially developing that does not want to see sport as an economic activity which can uplift the lives of its people especially the unemployed. Mostly noticeable in the NFF/NPL and ministry of sport. It might just take six things to turns around.

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40 Richest People in Africa

Forbes’ inaugural list of the 40 Richest People in Africa is a testament to the growing global importance of the continent. Fortunes are being created

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NUCVIHEP'S MODULE 3 PROJECT

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE POTENTIALS OF USING THEVIDEOCONFERENCING AND THE INTERNET TO PROMOTE THETEACHING OF ADULT EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OFMAIDUGURI.EBIRERI OMOVIGHO RANI; UNIVERSITY

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ASSESSMENT OF THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE CURRENT M.ED. ADULT EDUCATION (COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENSION SERVICES) CURRICULUM OF UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI.

ASSESSMENT OF THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE CURRENT M.ED. ADULT EDUCATION (COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENSION SERVICES) CURRICULUM OF UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI. EBIRERI Omovigho RaniUNIVERSITY

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CULTURAL PROBLEMS IN AFRICA

According to history, the Africans were great people. They excelled in arts, religion, technology, medicine, and civilisation. Their culture was principally based on religious and

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The Plague

The PlagueAfter so many years of degradation, humiliation, slavery and colonization, we still suffer from something we could not figure out. Something amazing, funny and

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AFRICAN VALUES AND FALSE PERCEPTIONS

AFRICAN VALUES AND FALSE PERCEPTIONSWhenever I watch a movie or documentary showcasing the cannibalism or barbarianism of Africans, I look down inside me and say;

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September 11; What lesson have we learned?

As the Americans and many other people of the world are celebrating the second anniversary of terrorist attack that strucked the world trade centre, what

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AFRICAN LEADERS; WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE…?

Africa today is seen as a continent where wickedness, maladministration, injustice, selfishness, corruption, poverty etc are governing. Many nations in the whole world (mostly the

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NIGERIA; WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE...?

When African threw off the chains of colonialism, Nigeria was by then seen as a beacon of hope and progress by all African Nations and

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CORRUPTION AND NIGERIA GOVERNMENT

From every perspective, corruption or corrupt practices has to do with fraudulent activity especially syphon funds that are meant for the general populace for one’s

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IS THIS DEMOCRACY...?

To many people, democracy is a representative system of government that allows people to vote for the leaders of their choice through a free and

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