NIGERIA AND THE PEACEMAKER ON THE PLATEAU- By Makut Simon Macham

The Bible tells us ‘Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called the children of God’. In peacemaking, truth telling and truth seeking are honored, integrity is valued, and

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Opinion: Oparanozie-NFF Saga: A tale of two wrongs

By Inyang Emmanuel Clifford It is never to be justified of NFF’s insistent act of owing players their benefits. It is wrong, and by all standards, unprofessional and demotivating.  Those

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IF ONLY THEY WOULD LISTEN TO ORTOM By Nathaniel Ikyur

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State is not the usual Nigerian politician. He’s not given to pretensions. And he does not massage anyone’s ego. He speaks as the occasion demands,

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ORTOM NOT MOVED BY MIYETTI ALLAH’S ANTICS…By Nathaniel Ikyur

Nigerian farmers and herders have really not been too friendly. There has been some animosity between them over grazing activities of the cattle. Anytime herds graze on farmlands, destroying crops

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DHQ rubbishes call for the ‘Rawlings Revolution’ in Nigeria

By Martin Odiete, Abuja …..says they are committed to protecting Nigeria Civil rule The Nigerian Military has rubbished a call by the National Chairman of the National Democratic Party, (NDP)

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Opinion: Equality, Fairness…It’s about time!

By Anne Ochuko Ezeh, Communication Director at GE’s Gas Power Business in Sub-Saharan Africa  It’s 3pm, that time of day right after lunch, just before the afternoon work mode is

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Opinion: A Senate that Works for Nigeria by OLA AWONIYI

The ninth Nigerian Senate was inaugurated on June 11, 2019. Six months after, the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, and his colleagues have a lot to celebrate even if also some

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Ex- Edo Deputy Governor, Odubu Visits RTEAN boss, Eriyo

By Martin Odiete The Former Deputy Governor of Edo State and Director of Logistics, President Mohammadu Buhari Campaign Council, Dr Pius Egberanmwen Odubu on Saturday paid a visit to the

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