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Understanding Human Rights Law in Nigeria(2)

Quite frankly, the Nigerian people took the stance of the above referred positions when they generally protested against the Federal Government for its unilateral removal of petroleum subsidy in Nigeria. That protest that lasted between 9th and 16th January 2012 was an outburst of the inalienable rights inherent in Nigerians to express their grievances against unjust decisions of government. This, in my view, is an exercise of freedom of speech and expression.

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Antigraft war: How far can ICPC’s preventive initiative go?

Against the back ground of collective result of stakeholders across the country to wage an unrelenting war against sundry graft, one of the agencies responsible for anti corruption crusade has taken its approach to combat the menace to another level. Instead of the traditional method of prosecuting offenders after the crime has been committed, the new initiative is preventive in nature.

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NIGERIA: 52 years of what? (2)

Three days ago, Nigeria as a country, celebrated 52nd anniversary of its political independence from our colonial masters. The anniversary was celebrated without fanfare or pomp and pageantry in acknowledgement of the global and widespread economic crisis that is top of the agenda of most developed, developing and least developed nations.

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NIGERIA: 52 years of what? (1)

Within the next week or so, Nigeria as a country will probably have a low key celebration to mark the 52nd anniversary of its political independence from our colonial masters. Perhaps, the anniversary will be celebrated without fanfare or pomp and pageantry in acknowledgment of the global and widespread economic crisis that is top on the agenda of most developed, developing and least developed nations.

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