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Democracy Day: X-raying The Current Dispensation

Democracy Day: X-raying The Current Dispensation

 By Jerome-Mario Utomi From all indications, it appears Albert the Great had Nigeria in mind when he defined a miracle as ‘a wondrous fact or event beyond the power of any creature and produced by the Almighty with the purpose ...

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Boys’ Brigade: Exploring Entrepreneurship Development For Members

Boys’ Brigade: Exploring Entrepreneurship Development For Members

By Patrick Albert I count it a great deal of honour to be invited to this unique gathering of participants for the National Brigade School programme for South South & South East mounted by Boys Brigade, Nigeria to offer worthwhile ...

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Safety of Journalists, Democracy and Good Governance

Safety of Journalists, Democracy and Good Governance

By Patrick Albert Today, we have gathered to ruminate with our professional colleagues and media workers across the globe on our duties and challenges under the auspices of the 2018 World Press Freedom Day. Quite remarkably, this year’s World Press ...

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Africa’s Takeaway from the World Economic Forum

By Adele Adeniji The World Economic Forum for 2018 may have come and gone, but the question that will linger remains what lessons African leaders took out of it. The summit in Davos had ‘Creating a Shared Future in a ...

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Banters In Lagos, Poverty And Disease In The Niger Delta

Banters In Lagos, Poverty And Disease In The Niger Delta

By Jerome-Mario Utomi. The Eko Convention Centre, Lagos, venue of the meeting was lavishly decorated to impress, and it did impressed. The participants were corporately kitted; men and women alike. All seated in such a manner that could be mistaken ...

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‘I Killed Bob Marley’ – CIA Agent, Bill Oxley

‘I Killed Bob Marley’ – CIA Agent, Bill Oxley

A 79-year-old retired officer of the CIA, Bill Oxley, has made a series of stunning confessions since he was admitted to the Mercy Hospital in Maine on Monday and told he has weeks to live. He claims he committed 17 ...

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99 Years Celebrating Ireland’s Independence Day ​

99 Years Celebrating Ireland’s Independence Day  ​

The 21st January this year (2018) marks the 99th Anniversary of the establishment by the Irish Republican Brotherhood, the Sovereign Republic of Éire and its’ legitimate Sovereign Dáil Éireann Government and Sovereign Dáil Éireann Courts (4 Courts), democratically elected by ...

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Nigeria Peace Corps: an Antidote to Youth Unemployment By Micah Usoro

Nigeria Peace Corps: an Antidote to Youth Unemployment  By Micah Usoro

The increasing rates of youth unemployment in Nigeria is alarming and needs urgent attention by the different levels of government; the federal, state, and local including members of the society, to strategize means to salvage the overwhelming awkward situation in ...

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Freedom Of Expression Vis A Vis Defamation And Sedition By O. E. Enwere Esq

Freedom Of Expression Vis A Vis Defamation And Sedition  By O. E. Enwere Esq

INTRODUCTION ‘‘A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches’’[1] The freedom of speech is an inalienable right of every human being. However, the right to freedom of expression, in a civilized society is subject to the right ...

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Theft in Church: A Lesson to All By Christian George

Church could be seen as a place where Christians carry out their religion activities. One may also see it as a group of people who follow the same Christian religious believers, local or general. Theft, according to an English Dictionary, ...

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