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Economic recession: Buhari and the challenges of emergency powers

Even now, we still refuse to write our history or be guided by them. That is the tragedy of Africans – especially Nigerians who constitute one quarter of the African population. Was it not a living Nigerian president who asked that History should be deleted from our school curriculum? Can any leader of the USA, Britain, China, Japan, Brazil or Russia say that and not be put in a straitjacket?

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Millions out of job: Unemployment at ‘boiling up’

Today, one of the major threats to Nigeria’s economic and social stability is the army of unemployed and underemployed people, especially youths, roaming its cities and villages. Such persons, no doubt, constitute huge security risk to the society, as they are willing tools for mischief-makers and of great concern as indeed it can be likened to a volcano on the verge eruption.

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Lagos: The long walk to oil wells

Lagos State, with an estimated population of about 23 million people is one of the richest states in Nigeria. It is one state that has the financial wherewithal to call the bluff of the Federal Government allocation and still survive. And when such a state then strikes oil in its domain and joins the league of oil producing states in the country, it could be said, as former head of state General Yakubu Gowon was reportedly quoted as saying, that the problem of Lagos state is not money but how to spend it.

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Primate Ayodele

Our P-H crusade is contact point to bring peace to N/Delta – Primate Ayodele

Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, Spiritual Leader of INRI Spiritual and Evangelical Church, Oke-Afa, Isolo, Lagos, appears set to make possible his promised mobilization of 30,000 prophets to pray for Nigeria as he storms Port Harcourt this Thursday August 25, 2016 with a crusade he tagged, “The Power of the Word,” meaning in local language of the location state “Ike no na okwu Chineke.”

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President Buhari

Buhari Understanding the nature of corruption in Nigeria

There is no doubt that corruption has remained a central defining theme of the Buhari administration since its inception in May of 2015. President Buhari, prior to his inauguration as President, once stated, “So the point I want to make here is that the problem of Nigeria is not ethnic or religious, it is corruption…..we should try to kill corruption before corruption kills Nigeria…..corruption is fast becoming a culture and to try to caution people is not an easy task but it must be done.”

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