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On duty of Police to provide security for all protesters

On the 22nd day of September 2003 the police disrupted the rally convened by the defunct All Nigeria Peoples’ Party (ANPP) to protest the rigging of the 2003 general election. The police authorities justified the disruption by claiming that the organizers of the rally did not obtain a police permit. Completely

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Why Buhari Is Doing Exceptionally Well

By Shuaib I. Shuaib Embarking on his first tour of Africa in July 2009, newly elected president of the United States, Barrack Obama delivered a speech at the Ghanaian parliament that echoed all across the African continent. Many Nigerians did not only concur but could not stop talking about the

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How Is Technology Changing Africa?

By Harrison Roberts The world will eat software. In 2017, this is an indisputable fact, dependence on social media and the growth of fledgling artificial intelligence are great case studies. In a decade, modern life and technology will be indistinguishable; biotechnology, fully-fledged artificial intelligence and neural networks will form the

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Almajiri And The Future Of The Nigerian Project

– Femi Olugbile   The number of almajiri children on the streets in the towns and cities of Northern Nigeria is humongous. It is said there may be as many as three million in Kano State alone. The Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, has just come out with a

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Time To End Impunity In The Senate

Pursuant to the powers conferred on it under section 3 (2) of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Act, 2004 the Senate has refused to confirm the appointment of Mr. Ibrahim Magu as the substantive Chairman of the (EFCC). However, President Buhari has decided to allow Mr. Magu to continue to head the EFCC in an acting

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