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My take on the Open letter by Arewa youths to the Acting President

It's only fair to share...By Clem Aguiyi | The fate and future of over 20 million Igbo men , women and children living in Northern part of Nigeria hangs in the balance while the world pretends nothing is amiss. The Igbo live in fear of their physical safety and security following the infamous quit notice given to them by a ...

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Nigeria’s legion of problems

It's only fair to share...By Clem Aguiyi | I wish to apologize to my fans and readers who had complained that I do not respond to readers’ reactions. I will do that by next week. I had wanted to devote this episode to reactions to my last week publication titled ‘ The Final Exodus’ but a lot of things have ...

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Nigeria: Self-determination, Senate and Ethnic Agitations

It's only fair to share...By Akanimo Sampson | THE upper chamber of Nigeria’s bicameral National Assembly on Monday, June 12, moved in to quell the raging ethnic tempest in the country via the instrumentality of legislation. They began a public hearing on the National Commission for Peace, Reconciliation (Establishment etc.) Bill that is seeking to douse tension and violence in ...

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Biafra: Of May 30 And 2019

It's only fair to share...AGITATORS for Biafra have all of a sudden, become a potent political force that can change the political architecture of Eastern Nigeria if they mean to in 2019. The current defection gale of Igbo political elite from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressives Congress (APC), a coalition of some strange bed fellows, is ...

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Justice Abang exhibited ugly proclivity and readiness to be used by the APC to truncate our democracy

It's only fair to share...By Deji Adeyanju | Nigeria has experienced 18 years of uninterrupted democracy from 1999 to 2017. During this period , we have witnessed an increased strengthening off all tiers of government in the executive, judiciary and the legislature. Many political pundits in 1998 when we began this democratic journey predicted that the military will still intervene ...

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Ndi Igbo on the cross: Ifeanyi Ubah today, who’s next?

It's only fair to share...By Clem Aguiyi |We have reached the zenith of perfidy and you ask, how did we get to this low point? Are they for real to seek the death penalty for Dr Ifeanyi Ubah? Yeah! This is no joke the DSS wants death penalty and they said so in their court papers. They do not just ...

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Ifeanyi Ubah as an Economic Prisoner of Conscience

It's only fair to share...By Clem Aguiyi | I was born in the middle of the Nigerian civil war, a conflict that saw millions of my people killed and survivors losing  their stake in a country that they fought against . I am a witness to my people being treated unfairly. So understand me when I do not trust the ...

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EFCC’s Raining and Planting Season [READ]

It's only fair to share...By Clem Aguiyi: President Buhari rode to power promising to kill corruption. The population that voted for him trusted he will fight corruption in all its ramification. They believed that Buhari would ensure that those who have looted did not sleep easy as there will be no sacred cows. Two and half years into the corruption ...

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The reality of all formation heads being Northern Muslims is not hypothetical but a confirmed theory of AN AGENDA! [READ]

It's only fair to share...By Bishop Prof. Funmi Adesanya-Davies | Correction to Buhari’s appointments of northern fulani-muslims in Nigeria – an impossible task!!!   In retrospect, bewildered as a lecturer, I just wonder! How do one correct a student’s script, when all that is written on the script and the entire content after writing an Examination, has no bearing at ...

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Fayose, OUK & Nnamdi Kanu: A lesson for Igbo leaders

It's only fair to share...By Clem Aguiyi | Governor Ayo Fayose and Femi Fani Kayode on the 25th of April made Igbo political elites look like comic characters by doing what one has long expected from them.   No doubt OUK was an exception as he was the first Igbo major political elite to visit Nnamdi Kanu in prison , ...

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