How PDP Can Avoid Mutually Assured Destruction

[This Day] We in the political class spend too much time politicking and too little time governing. And this is not a challenge for the ruling All Progressive Congress alone. We in the Peoples Democratic Party also have our challenges in this regard. W…

[This Day] We in the political class spend too much time politicking and too little time governing. And this is not a challenge for the ruling All Progressive Congress alone. We in the Peoples Democratic Party also have our challenges in this regard. We are too fixated with the leadership struggle between Ali Modu Sheriff and Ahmed Makarfi and this is just needless.

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The Legacy of Autocratic Rule in Tanzania – From Nyerere to Life Under Magufuli

[The Conversation Africa] The Arusha Declaration of 1967 is a defining document in Tanzania’s and Africa’s post colonial history. It began a process of nationalisation and rural collectivisation which was then replicated in other parts of the continent.

[The Conversation Africa] The Arusha Declaration of 1967 is a defining document in Tanzania's and Africa's post colonial history. It began a process of nationalisation and rural collectivisation which was then replicated in other parts of the continent.

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Rights Group Gives Amnesty International 7-Day Ultimatum to Quit Nigeria

[Leadership] A human rights advocacy group, under the aegis of the save humanity advocacy center, has issued Amnesty International a seven-day ultimatum to immediately leave Nigeria, saying Nigerians have had enough of their “absurdity and evil machina…

[Leadership] A human rights advocacy group, under the aegis of the save humanity advocacy center, has issued Amnesty International a seven-day ultimatum to immediately leave Nigeria, saying Nigerians have had enough of their "absurdity and evil machinations."

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Govt Will Protect, Reward Whistleblowers – Lai Mohammed

[Leadership] The federal government has reassured that it will stop at nothing to protect and reward whistleblowers who have keyed into its whistleblowing policy of providing information that leads to the recovery of stolen funds or assets.

[Leadership] The federal government has reassured that it will stop at nothing to protect and reward whistleblowers who have keyed into its whistleblowing policy of providing information that leads to the recovery of stolen funds or assets.

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7 Die in Fresh Suicide Attack in Borno

[Leadership] Seven persons comprising of three Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), a civilian JTF and three suicide bombers, a male and two females, were yesterday killed while eight others sustained various degrees of injuries in suicide bomb attack …

[Leadership] Seven persons comprising of three Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), a civilian JTF and three suicide bombers, a male and two females, were yesterday killed while eight others sustained various degrees of injuries in suicide bomb attack at Umarari Village, near molai general hospital, along Damboa road in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.

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Lessons From the Dana Air Crash

[This Day] It is almost five years since Dana Air Flight 992 crashed, less than five minutes before landing at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. It was one of the most tragic air mishaps in the country as 163 lives were lost, including…

[This Day] It is almost five years since Dana Air Flight 992 crashed, less than five minutes before landing at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. It was one of the most tragic air mishaps in the country as 163 lives were lost, including 147 passengers, six crew and 10 people on the ground. With the release last week of the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) report, the crash has been attributed to double engine failure, human error and laxity of the regulator, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (N

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U.S. Calls On Nigeria to Adopt Ranching to End Herdsmen/Farmers Clashes

[This Day] Makurdi -United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Williams Stuart Symington, yesterday urged Nigerians to adopt ranching of cattle as it is practised in his country to avert the incessant farmers-herdsmen clashes in parts of Nigeria.

[This Day] Makurdi -United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Williams Stuart Symington, yesterday urged Nigerians to adopt ranching of cattle as it is practised in his country to avert the incessant farmers-herdsmen clashes in parts of Nigeria.

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