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Dangerous Love Of The Woman

It takes tremendous courage for a Nigerian woman to engage in an open love affair with another woman. The act of damning all consequences to write about lesbian love, even in fiction, is almost always coded. Unoma Azuah shatters the glass ceiling as it were by telling her story of growing up a lesbian in conservative Nigeria, a memoir like no other. It is a grand human story that casts aside all shadows.

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Emelumba returns to a familiar turf

He almost died of boredom for the eight years he represented Oru West State Constituency in Imo State House of Assembly. The activities in the House were boring, a direct opposite of his restless mien. A man with boundless energy and creative zealousness; he needed real action compatible with his training as a political scientist and professional calling as a journalist. It is really exhilarating that almost two decades after he left active practice, Declan Mbadiwe Emelumba is returning to the battle field again, this time as the Commissioner for Information and Strategy in Imo State.

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Nigeria and new economic status in Africa

‘Only defeating Nigeria will guarantee peace, progress’

The compound wears the toga of any normal military barracks. It remains quiet all the time and is flustered with the aura of being forlorn. But the Malam Sidi Camp of the Nigerian Army has many buildings scattered in the massive compound tucked away in a conspicuous roadside in Lawanti town, Akko Local Government Area of Gombe State. Like any other military establishment, it enjoys 24-hour surveillance and scrutiny by eagle-eyed military personnel, who are eager to frisk any visitor to their pants before authorizing entry into the place.  Although there is nothing avaunt-garde about the compound, there are very important persons who are housed there for very special purpose.

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Nigeria and new economic status in Africa

Tackling Africa’s security challenges: ‘Why we opted for South Africa’ 

The prevailing security situation in Nigeria has gradually taken an ugly toll on the six geo-political zones, with citizens plagued with one misfortune or the other. From attacks by the Militant Islamic Group in the North-East to the prolonged violent farmers-herders clashes in the Middle Belt region and pockets of kidnapping and killings of victims across other regions, the consequences of all these are the same – deaths, wanton destruction of properties as well as the displacement of families.

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