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    Politicians Are Destroying Our Young Girls

    By SAM AMADI, Ph.D Terrible things happen in Nigeria. We have lost the present and we want to lose the future.I just left Transcorp Hotel Abuja after my news analysis at Arise News TV. As I stepped to the lobby of the hotel, I saw a bevy of pretty young girls in their early 20s […] More

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    Cultural history of the Igbo, past and present.

    IGBO BU IGBO:HOW NDIGBO CAN RESTORE THEIR LOS IDENTITY ByRev Fr Angelo Chidi Unegbu 1) The phrase Igbo bu Igbo literally meaning ‘Ndigbo that are Ndigbo’ is usually used in addressing and greeting an Igbo audience. This three-word phrase, however, addresses a more fundamental issue, namely, the Igbo identity. Above all, it points out that […] More

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    The Event of November 18

    On November 18, 1999, the first 4th Republican Senate President of Nigeria, Evan Enwerem of Imo State, was removed from office. This was after five months in office. Enwerem was removed on allegation of his actual name; that is, if his name was Evan or Evans. Laughable right? Be sure to get your names right […] More

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    Guineans reelect Alpha Conde for the third time

    Guinea’s President Alpha Conde won a disputed national election, the country’s electoral authority said Saturday, setting the stage for a controversial third term. The announcement followed days of violence in which around 10 people were killed in clashes over Conde’s re-election bid in the West African nation of some 13 million people. Electoral authority president […] More

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    Modelled for securing its own

    This is Nigerian army advising people rushing to cater away Covid-19 palliatives in the wake of the #EndSARS protests at Ilorin, the Kwara state capital. This palliatives were meant to reach the people long time ago, in order to cushion the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown policy. But, some greedy politicians hid […] More

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    EndSARS Protests: Aftermath of years of misgovernance

    The Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, was right in his assertion that there is more to the protests than just SARS. This is particularly true, as the Nigerian citizens, especially the youths, have endured and stomached years of misgovernance, misplacement of priorities, truncation of the future of the youths and decay in the […] More

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    Owerri residents observe curfew, as security personnel take over city

    The residents of Owerri, the Imo State capital have began to observe the curfew imposed on the state by the Imo State Governor, Senator Hope Uzodimma, on Tuesday, October 20. The first day of the curfew (Wednesday) was not properly observed, as people moved to and fro the city unchecked. The indefinite curfew was expected […] More

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    By Pharm. Lawal Muhammed(Doctor of Pharmacy)July 18, 2020 *Regular exercise, this must be graduated and suitable for your health/social status. *Healthy feeding(this doesn’t necessarily mean balance diet), do not crash your diet, avoid late night food. Be more of vegetarian and take a lot of fruits. Stop red meats including internal tissues like intestines, “towels” […] More

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