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    Politics of fuel subsidy

    ONCE again, the issue of fuel subsidy has come to the crucible of socio-economic life of Nigerians. Politics of fuel subsidy withdrawal has been a recurring issue over the years, from the time of General Yakubu Gowon as head of state. No government has come without harassing and intimidating Nigerians with fuel pump price increase and/or complete removal of fuel subsidy, otherwise called deregulation

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    Erectile dysfunction, female sexual function and regenerative medicine

    Sex is cherished because of the pleasure people derive from it. It doesn’t matter whether you are a man or a woman. Sex is designed by nature to be enjoyed, especially when you are married. Besides, it is the only natural way of procreation. Meanwhile, there are hindrances to healthy sexual life that tend to make the lives of the victim miserable. One of such hindrances is erectile dysfunction suffered by men. A victim will normally not have penile erection to have sex. Or, to put it mildly, the victim may suffer what many people refer to as premature ejaculation.

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    Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari  (C) arrives for a photo call at the 25th African Union Summit in Sandton South Africa on June 14, 2015. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir joined a group photograph of leaders at the African Union summit in Johannesburg  despite the International Criminal Court calling for him to be arrested at the event. Wearing a blue suit, he stood in the front row for the photograph along with South African host President Jacob Zuma and Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, who is the chair of the 54-member group.
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    Buhari- A Stranger In Nightgown

    You know what they say about democracy being ‘a government of the people, by the people and for the people’? Where the electorates are given the ultimate choice to choose who govern over the affairs of the state; where the divine gift of freewill is laid bare without coercion or duress; where people are the architect of their fates; where the destiny of a nation’s future rest on the shoulders of the polity’s conviction in the personality, forthrightness and trust in the candidacy of an individual or the vision of a political party?

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