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Nigeria Notes: Politics as a Vocation Nigerian-Style

Our leaders must make sacrifices too

By Muyiwa Adetiba We all literally woke up last week to find the pump price increased – again. Almost every administration does this at least once during its tenure. The script remains the same while the actors vary. Government of the day increases price, the petrol stations rush to comply, a bargaining see-saw ensues between
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APC urges FG to intervene over deteriorating security in Bauchi

How leaders breached rules on lawsuits with impunity

Article 21A (x) of the 2014 Constitution of the All Progressives Congress APC (as amended) states: “Filing an action in a Court of Law against the Party or any of its Officers on any matters relating to the discharge of the duties of the Party without first exhausting all avenues for redress provided for in this Constitution” is an offence.

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Okowa, PANDEF

Leaders, stakeholders ask S’South govs to stop invasion

THERE is red alert in the six states of the South-South over the day-to-day incursion in the past few weeks, especially under the cover of the night, by thousands of northern youth and foreigners, with the leaders, stakeholders, agitators and human rights activists, who expressed worry, weekend, calling on Governors of the oil and gas-rich region to rise up to the occasion by halting the intrusion and fast-tracking formation of security outfits in all the states to help prevent crime.

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COVID-19, Nigeria, Leaders

COVID-19 ADVISORIES: How political leaders in Nigeria are complying

– Buhari, Osinbajo lead adherence to self-Isolation Since the declaration of Coronavirus a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, self-isolation amongst other measures are increasingly being adopted as effective means of checking the spread of the disease across the world, including Nigeria where top leaders are also complying with the advisories. Leading the pack in
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Big trouble, as more Nigerians sink deeper into poverty

May the Lord save our leaders from us

A LARGE chunk of the media last week was taken over by reports and comments about the earthshaking, or is it ground breaking foundation laying ceremony of the Transport University in Daura. The star of the ceremony was not President Muhammadu Buhari, but his Transport Minister, Rotimi Amaechi who regaled us with tales how he coerced the Chinese into agreeing to build the institution.

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Sexual assault, centers, zaria

Center records 88 sexual assault cases, seeks religious, traditional leaders’ help

The Sexual Assault Center of Gambo Sawaba General Hospital, Zaria on Wednesday solicited the support of religious and traditional leaders in sensitizing the public on its efforts to support sexual assault victims. Hajiya Amina Umar-Faruk, the center manager made the call in Zaria during a sensitization workshop on the impact of Violence Against Children (VAC).
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