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The North and the rest of us (2)

This is the concluding part of this piece. The first part which was published yesterday harped on the incompatible association between the North and the South. By Sam Agbesua UNFORTUNATELY for the innocent children of the guard, the landlord came at the time they were coming from school. The Northern elite felt disappointed seeing the children
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Voiceless: The anguish of living in Northern Nigeria

Voiceless: The anguish of living in Northern Nigeria

By Prisca Sam-Duru In collaboration with Theatrone Media and Whitestone pictures, Native Media, a TV Production company brings to the general public, its Hausa Language feature-length film, ‘Voiceless’. The much anticipated, insurgency-inspired romantic thriller sub-titled in English, opens in cinemas across the country from 20th November 2020. Written by Jennifer Agunloye, directed by Robert Peters,
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Nigeria as a killing field

Who listens to the North?

By Azu Ishiekwene JOURNALIST and former Minister of Youth Development and Sports, Bolaji Abdullahi, wrote a thought-provoking piece last week entitled, “Who speaks for the North?” The article reinforces the need for an important conversation, especially as we reflect on our past, engage with the present and contemplate the future. Who speaks for the North? In
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, Sanusi II

Why North needs more emirs like Sanusi

Emir Sanusi has been dethroned. He lasted six years.  Sanusi enthronement sparked hopes. The north had been in cultural handcuffs, detained in illiteracy.  The handcuffs had to be unlocked from within. It had seemed that a high profile social activist as emir could hold the key. But many feared for Sanusi.  Sanusi was loudmouthed. Where would he find tact? To survive, he had to stay within the bounds of the throne and let many sleeping political dogs lie.

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