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Sani Sidi: A great leader at 51By Ahmed Maiyaki

Sani Sidi: A great leader at 51By Ahmed Maiyaki

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When Muhammad Sani Sidi, OFR was appointed as the Director General of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in September 2010, many people who knew him from his previous ...

Opinion: Izala Guest House Controversy and Our Sectarian Territorialism  By Ibraheem A. Waziri

Opinion: Izala Guest House Controversy and Our Sectarian Territorialism By Ibraheem A. Waziri

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Social popular discourse in Northern Nigeria seems to be at its lowest ebb again. Thanks to the emergence of social media, with its ease and lack of means of enforcing decorum and ...

Understanding farmers-herdsmen conflict and the way forward  By Abdulrahman Usman Leme

Understanding farmers-herdsmen conflict and the way forward By Abdulrahman Usman Leme

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Nigeria has experienced a considerable increase in natural resource conflicts since the early 1990s. The increasing clashes between farmers and pastoralists have recently become ...

Opinion: Breast-feeding for the Global Goals  By Toyin Saraki

Opinion: Breast-feeding for the Global Goals By Toyin Saraki

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Of all the determinants of neonatal development, adequate nourishment is perhaps the most significant and is vital for the survival and development of a child. Not only this, but ...

Namadi Sambo @ 63: An indelible marks of a true leader. By Ahmed Maiyaki

Namadi Sambo @ 63: An indelible marks of a true leader. By Ahmed Maiyaki

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In the words of Harold S. Geneen, “Leadership is practiced not so much in words as in attitude and in actions.” This brief but factual assertion summarises the character and ...

Opinion: The Many Travails of a Girl Child in Northern Nigeria. By Tim Maiyaki.

Opinion: The Many Travails of a Girl Child in Northern Nigeria. By Tim Maiyaki.

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Although the calls for better treatment of the girl child in the society may be drown in the sea of myriad practices that are rooted in our African cultures and traditions, ...

Special Feature: Kaiama: A bumpy ride to a food basket by Anas Galadima

Special Feature: Kaiama: A bumpy ride to a food basket by Anas Galadima

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Kaiama, an ancient town in the northern part of Kwara, is known for being the food basket of the state. Traders come in from far away places like Lagos, Ibadan, Ogbomosho, Kebbi ...

Opinion: The Significance of Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia  By Ahmad Fagge

Opinion: The Significance of Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia By Ahmad Fagge

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It is no longer news that US President Donald Trump has arrived in Saudi Arabia on the first leg of his first foreign trip since becoming US President, what is news is what are ...

Opinion: The Water Wars in Northeast Nigeria  By Ahmad Salkida

Opinion: The Water Wars in Northeast Nigeria By Ahmad Salkida

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Amsatu is in her mid – 20’s and has just gone into labour for her fourth child. News has begun to go round in the village in Yunusari Local Government Area. Amsatu’s husband was ...

Opinion: Investigative Reporting and Work of the Legislature: Locating a Nexus By Imam Imam

Opinion: Investigative Reporting and Work of the Legislature: Locating a Nexus By Imam Imam

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Let begin by expressing my sincere appreciation to the organizers of this event by finding me worthy to share my thoughts on journalism and the practice of lawmaking. There may be ...

Opinion: Bankole Omishore, Hero of #OpenNass By Surajudeen Lawal

Opinion: Bankole Omishore, Hero of #OpenNass By Surajudeen Lawal

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The furore over #OpenNass has come and gone, but a particular voice was surprisingly vocal in a manner that speaketh of assurances. The words of Bankole Omishore, the Special ...

Opinion: Very good news about education from Sokoto By Chinedu E. Okonkwo

Opinion: Very good news about education from Sokoto By Chinedu E. Okonkwo

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A silent revolution is taking place in the Seat of the Caliphate, Sokoto State, if it fully crystallizes, not only the state, but the entire country and beyond, will be greatly, ...

Northern Nigerian states and the failure of leadership, by Muhammad Ali Pate

Northern Nigerian states and the failure of leadership, by Muhammad Ali Pate

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The recent uproar amongst some elites in the northern geopolitical zones of Nigeria, following the remarks made by the Emir of Kano, His Highness Muhammadu Sanusi II, missed or ...

Achieving SDGs through Agriculture: 5 Priority Areas. By Kofi Annan

Achieving SDGs through Agriculture: 5 Priority Areas. By Kofi Annan

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This year, more grain will be harvested than at any time in history. And yet, in this era of plenty, one in nine people do not have enough food to eat. Another two billion may ...

Opinion: General Enenche: An Engineer in PR Turf? Haba By Yushau A. Shuaib

Opinion: General Enenche: An Engineer in PR Turf? Haba By Yushau A. Shuaib

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The founding fathers of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) fought for the enactment of Decree No. 16 of 1990 (now an Act of the National Assembly) to regulate and ...

Court Stops EFCC Case over Falsehood, Media Trial… says EFCC Can’t Engage in Court and Media at the Same Time

Court Stops EFCC Case over Falsehood, Media Trial… says EFCC Can’t Engage in Court and Media at the Same Time

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) suffered a major setback in the trial of Colonel Nicholas Ashinze and three others in an alleged N3billion unlawful transfer as ...

IWD 2017: Remembering Patience, By Imam Imam

IWD 2017: Remembering Patience, By Imam Imam

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International Women’s Day is a day set aside by the United Nations to highlight achievements of the womenfolk, as well as commemorate their struggles for basic rights. I always ...

2017 Kaduna Trade Fair And Matters Arising   BY MALLAM JIBRIL TAFIDA

2017 Kaduna Trade Fair And Matters Arising BY MALLAM JIBRIL TAFIDA

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The just concluded 2017 Kaduna International Trade Fair has come and gone, but the dust it has raised may remain in the horizon for a very long time to come. The 2017 trade ...

Democracy cannot survive without a free press, by Margee Ensign

Democracy cannot survive without a free press, by Margee Ensign

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Democracy cannot survive without a free press, but around the world the press is under siege. It is under attack in my country, the United States, and it is under attack in ...

Killings in Southern Kaduna And the rest of Us.  By Jerry Ishaya

Killings in Southern Kaduna And the rest of Us. By Jerry Ishaya

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One evening, I Was driving from Kafanchan via Kagoro to Kaduna. Some few kms after I have gone-passed Zankwa in Zangon kataf, I heard a strange sound on the car engine and I ...

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