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Mark his leadership

WHO does Senate President, David Alechenu Bonaventure Mark think he is? Is he anything more than the President of the Senate? His command that Nigerians should pray continuously for nine days for the health of the President is the latest in the ridiculous ways that are becoming Nigerian life. Where did he draw the authority
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Lessons from Venezuela

VENEZUELAN Ambassador to Nigeria, Enerique Fernando Arrundell, could not have offered his advice on Nigeria’s management of its petroleum resources at a better time. The anchor of government’s argument is that higher prices would draw foreign investors to the down stream sector of the industry. Professor Dora Akunyili, Minister of Information had solicited Venezuelan  investments
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No more campaigns

PRESIDENT Umaru Musa Yar’Adua last April told his party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and by extension his own aides, that it was time to work and not campaigns. Jobbers started campaigning for a second term for the President before he completed his one year in office.

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Barka de Sallah

ABRAHAM, as it is universally accepted, is the symbol of faith for both Muslims and Christians. He is a common denominator and should be a unifying factor. His significance to both Islam and Christianity can never be down-played. Each year, Muslims enact an ancient ritual of demonstrating unquestioning faith in the Almighty Allah as exemplified
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Almighty Gov Elechi!

“I am a jealous God. I am the God that brought you out from the land of Egypt. You have no other God beside me.” — Exodus 20 verses 2, 5 SOME governors insist on being called executive  governors though the Constitution just assigned titled of governor to them. The misappropriation of our resources starts
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The world ignores us

NIGERIA has played itself to her favourite position in  global matters — irrelevance. We used the FIFA U-17 World Cup to display national ethos of playing of skewed standards. Many things have been said about the poor standards Nigeria brought to a competition meant to breed the next generation of footballers, who would hold the
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Speak out INEC

THE Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is about to make the biggest mistake about the 2010 election in Anambra State through its silence in various areas. INEC deserves the support of all to get out of the mire of badly organised elections, but it must be seen seeking that help. Does INEC have the funds
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