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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 ...

Nigeria: 2017 Trend Analysis and the Contours of Inertia, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Nigeria: 2017 Trend Analysis and the Contours of Inertia, By Jibrin Ibrahim

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Let me start with a health warning – I am a social scientist, so I do not do predictions. That is the work of charlatans. I simply look at current trends and project them forward. ...

A Tribute on Patrick Yakowa: Unanswered Questions Four Years After By Reuben Buhari

A Tribute on Patrick Yakowa: Unanswered Questions Four Years After By Reuben Buhari

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As I looked at the last known picture of Governor Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa, taken on 15th December 2012 as he, in the company of Gen. Andrew Azazi, walked toward the Helicopter that ...

NEMA and Managing Humanitarian Crisis in the North East  By Sani Datti

NEMA and Managing Humanitarian Crisis in the North East By Sani Datti

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The North East region of Nigeria has suffered severe humanitarian crisis as a result of Boko Haram insurgency. This resulted in drastic decline in socio-economic activities ...

SULTAN DASUKI WAS A VOICE FOR PEACE — PRESIDENT BUHARI

SULTAN DASUKI WAS A VOICE FOR PEACE — PRESIDENT BUHARI

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President Muhammadu Buhari extends heartfelt condolences to the Dasuki family, the government and people of Sokoto State on the death of the 18th Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Ibrahim ...

Abu – Ali a National Hero By GOV SANI BELLO

Abu – Ali a National Hero By GOV SANI BELLO

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Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello, has described late Lt. Col. Mohammed Abu Ali as a national hero whose battleground conduct was worthy of commendation and ...

Sultan’s 10 years reign, a monumental success – Gov. Sani Bello

Sultan’s 10 years reign, a monumental success – Gov. Sani Bello

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Niger state Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello has applauded the Sultan of Sokoto and President-General of the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Alhaji Sa’ad ...

Addressing Humanatarian Crisis in Nigeria By Labaran saleh

Addressing Humanatarian Crisis in Nigeria By Labaran saleh

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Disaster is a crisis situation causing wide spread damage which often exceeds the coping capacity of the affected community or people. The possibility of occurrence, time, place ...

Aisha Buhari’s BBC Interview and the Rest of US By Farooq Kperogi

Aisha Buhari’s BBC Interview and the Rest of US By Farooq Kperogi

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According to a viral audio clip from the BBC (Hausa Service), Mrs. Aisha Buhari is worried that the more than 15 million people who voted for her husband in 2015 would revolt ...

Nigerian Civil Society Organization to Observe US Presidential Elections

Nigerian Civil Society Organization to Observe US Presidential Elections

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A leading Nigerian Civil Society Organization (CSO), Connected Development has been granted Observer Accreditation status in the State of Colorado for the upcoming November 8th ...

Buhari, APC and the road to 2019 By abiodun KOMOLAFE

Buhari, APC and the road to 2019 By abiodun KOMOLAFE

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All things considered, I think Nigeria has been punched into coma and only God can bring her back to life! From the man who opted for a bag of rice in exchange for his son; to ...

Kwankwaso’s Legacies are Indelible By Hamza Ibrahim Chinade

Kwankwaso’s Legacies are Indelible By Hamza Ibrahim Chinade

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Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, the immediate past governor of Kano state and presently the senator representing Kano central at the Senate is by some measures the most outstanding ...

Sokoto’s religious moderation is rich lesson to a troubled world  By Aminu Waziri Tambuwal

Sokoto’s religious moderation is rich lesson to a troubled world By Aminu Waziri Tambuwal

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Nigeria, and particularly our state, Sokoto, will this week host the Secretary of State of the USA, John Kerry, on a two day working visit. Our August visitor is an important ...

Repositioning the Nigerian Economy for Greatness, By Nasir El-Rufai

Repositioning the Nigerian Economy for Greatness, By Nasir El-Rufai

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State of the Economy That we live in challenging times is an understatement. In the year 2015, the global political economy showed both stresses and promises for our nation. In ...

BUHARI’S APPOINTMENTS AND THE THEORY OF ACCESS

BUHARI’S APPOINTMENTS AND THE THEORY OF ACCESS

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The media is full of articles; analyses, lists and complaints that the Buhari Administration is making appointments that are skewed towards the North in general, and Muslims in ...

What Next After Villexit? By Jaafar Jaafar

What Next After Villexit? By Jaafar Jaafar

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When an ultramodern abattoir began operation in 1982 in Challawa, Kano, some Kano clerics started preaching against eating the products, because, they believed, were not halal. ...

North east Humanitarian Challenges: Matters arising  By Labaran Saleh

North east Humanitarian Challenges: Matters arising By Labaran Saleh

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It is a well-known fact that Nigeria is presently faced with humanitarian challenges arising from insurgency, communal clashes and natural causes like floods. These have led to ...

Occasion to commemorate the 2016 World Population Day in Kaduna state, By Nasir El-Rufai

Occasion to commemorate the 2016 World Population Day in Kaduna state, By Nasir El-Rufai

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The Kaduna State Government appreciates the importance of population issues as a key factor in sustainable development. Therefore, we are delighted to mark the 2016 World ...

56,000 naira minimum wage and the category of the “IMPOSSIBLE” By Jibrin Ibrahim

56,000 naira minimum wage and the category of the “IMPOSSIBLE” By Jibrin Ibrahim

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My favourite slogan from the May 1968 Paris students and workers revolt is “soyez raisonable, demandez l’impossible” meaning that being reasonable could also mean making demands ...

I am a Christian, but love and wear the Hijab, By Tobore Mit Ovuorie

I am a Christian, but love and wear the Hijab, By Tobore Mit Ovuorie

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I have been quiet over the Osun State hijab or no hijab in schools brouhaha because I wanted to understand the whole drama before uttering/writing anything. Now that I think I ...

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