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NIGERIA: MURDER IN A “CORRECTIONAL” FACILITY – By Steven Kefason

NIGERIA: MURDER IN A “CORRECTIONAL” FACILITY – By Steven Kefason

I read an exclusive report published by Saharareporters in the evening of yesterday on how 8 inmates were gruesomely murdered by the authorities of Kaduna Prison (now Kaduna Custodial Center and detention facility) built by the colonial masters in 1915. The report broke my heart to pieces because I was once a guest for 162 […]

COVID-19 Pandemic And  Lockdown In Kaduna , Commendable But… By Linus Akor

  From the 28 of January 2020, when the NCDC announced the first index case of the dreaded Corona virus in Nigeria, Nigerians of all walks of life expectedly became apprehensive and  advocated prompt action from both the federal and 36 state governments to stem the spread of the deadly virus. This is against the […]

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Opinion: None Of These Diseases

  By Gabriel Agbo   “If you will listen carefully to the voice of the LORD your God and do what is right in his sight, obeying his commands and laws, then I will not make you suffer the diseases I sent on the Egyptians; for I am the LORD who heals you.” Exodus 15:26 […]

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Opinion:  Trump, America And Prayer

  By Gabriel Agbo It is indeed cheering news that President Donald Trump of America declared a National Day of Prayer to fight Coronavirus outbreak. He asked the American citizens to pray wherever they are and to turn towards prayer in an act of faith. Listen to him, “We are a country that, throughout our […]

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Borno: The Days Prof. Zulum ‘Falls Sick’ :   By Isa Gusau 

At different times, some have expressed concern about Professor Babagana Umara Zulum’s work load.. Every day, the Borno Governor works for between 17 and 18 hours, and oftentimes, operates nonstop. The concern, which I also shared, was for him not to fall sick due to long hours of tedious multitasking. However, as I uncovered, there […]

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Nasir El-rufai : Audacious Leadership @ 60 : By Issa Aremu

I join friends and compatriots in congratulating by brother Excellency and friend, the 9th democratically elected Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Ahmed Nasir El Rufai on the occasion of his  60th birthday. I can hardly add more to the widely published facts based birthday tribute entitled  “Lessons from Nasir El-Rufai, a True Change Agent, at 60 by Senator Uba […]

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Nigeria Like A Ship Stranded On High Seas – Says Kuka

Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah of Sokoto Catholic Archdiocese has said that the Nation is like  a ship Stranded on the high seas, rudderless and with broken navigational aids. He said  the President has also displayed the greatest degree of insensitivity in managing the country’s rich diversity.  The Catholic Bishop was speaking at the burial Mass […]

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How Absence Of Level-playing Ground Robs Youths Political Chance

 By  Odimegwu Onwumere : Representation of youths in Nigerian democracy without a doubt still remains a tall dream and this affects their behavior towards political settings. ODIMEGWU ONWUMEREunearths that youths are sidelined in Nigerian democratic system by factors like unemployment, poverty, illiteracy, unfavorable legal architectures, low economic conditions,different discriminatory practices, gender bias,ethnic sentiments, corruption, godfatherism […]

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