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Jonathan, please be firm

As the people get more confused, ministers were busy dropping bombshell of lies in Abuja. The former Minister of Justice even turned the law upside down by saying that Mr. President can rule by proxy from any part of the world! Other members of the kitchen cabinet claimed they saw the President who was actually under intense care of King Faisal Hospital. Madam First Lady was said to be the ring leader in churning out the other side of the truth.

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Ngige, Soludo: Tale of two losers

THE worst moment in any election is often the day after. It is the period when the losers start coping with the reality of the outcome. Because truth most times hurts, for losers in an election, this is the time the sinking feelings of anger, disillusionment, frustration and “betrayal” take control of reason.

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The benevolence of Ochendo

Do you know that Abia indigenes have been at the receiving end whenever this happened. But the Abia State government under Chief T. A. Orji has been a direct opposite of all these. As a nationalist Governor Orji has continued to retain non-indigenes in the state pay-roll. As a leading and respected voice in the Governors Forum, Governor Orji has been a strident advocate of a united Nigeria.

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Re: Letter to Dora Akunyili

Professor Dora Akunyili we all know. By every stretch of the imagination, this brilliant professor of Pharmacy, former imparter of knowledge to brilliant and budding minds at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and a woman who has helped save millions of Nigerians from unwarranted health complications and undeserved death at the hands of fake drug barons, and the current image-maker for the nation, needs no introduction, either here or in any part of the world.

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Moses Iloh at 80: Unveiling the true Nigerian hero

Recently, and precisely February 13, 2010, Rev. (Dr) Moses Iloh, an accomplished sportsman and administrator, labour and social activist, servant of God, arts patron, philanthropist, mentor and father of many ‘adopted’ children, turned 80. Spontaneously, individuals, groups, religious bodies and those whose lives have been touched by this extra-ordinary Nigerian, jostled to be part of the organizing committee for the celebration.

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The twists and turns in Edo

By Okharedia Ihimekpen Abdul Oroh, Governor Adams Oshiomhole’s Commissioner for Information, and Charles Idahosa, the special adviser on political matters, have a Herculean task managing the image of their boss. They had been in the media for over one year now, lecturing our media and audience on the virtues of objectivity and admonishing them to
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