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Moggers meet their waterloo

There was pandemonium last Friday at the popular Cele bus stop along Oshodi-Apapa expressway, Lagos, when two suspected armed robbers on a motorcycle snatched a bag from a woman waiting to board a bus to Ikotun area of the state. This incident took place at the peak of commercial activities at the ever-busy bus stop.

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Jonathan can’t perform any power miracle –David West

Prof. Tam David-West is a former Minister of Power and Steel, in this interview, he argues that Acting President Goodluck Jonathan cannot make meaningful progress in the power sector within a short periodHe also dismissed claims of an existing cabal holding the sector down, adding incompetence and corruption is responsible for the total blackout in Nigeria. He spoke to Charles Kumolu.

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How I built bombs for Biafra – Kaine

Technology takes a long time to be acquired. Every technology is the result of intensive work and expenses, stressing over many years and when you acquire it, it becomes a precious property. And you cannot get it free; you cannot get it because you are too clever. So, you acquire it somehow by setting up the modalities for acquiring it.

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Terror as insecurity rises on highways

WITH a population of about 150 million people and a Police Force of about 357, 000 workforce, Nigeria seems short of UN policing policy of one policeman to 400 civilians. Perhaps, this underpolicing may account for the weight of allegations against the Force, as it relates to highway policing. Added to this, are challenges of harsh working environment and inadequate working tools.

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