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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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The Audacity of Peterside as a Leader:

The Audacity of Peterside as a Leader:

 His Stewardship as NIMASA DG, Rise as Africa’s No. 1 Maritime Administrator & His 2019 politics By EZE CHUKWUEMEKA EZE Preamble Carl von Clausewitz a Prussian general and influential military theorist noted famously for his military treatise Vom Kriege where ...

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FG empowers Nigerians through MSME By Saviour Ekpe

FG empowers Nigerians through MSME  By Saviour Ekpe

Nigerians are developing strong confidence in most of the policies, programmes and projects of the Federal Government as government on her part provides strong indicators in building confidence on its citizenry. These strong indicators made many Nigerian business owners heave ...

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My visit to Edo State: The Heart Beat of the Nation By Saviour Ekpe

My visit to Edo State: The Heart Beat of the Nation  By Saviour Ekpe

Edo State, christened the Heart Beat of the Nation was created precisely in August 27, 1991  by the regime of General Ibrahim Babangida out of former Bendel state with capital in Benin City. Bounded on the north and the east ...

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The True Origin of Easter By David C. Pack

The True Origin of Easter  By David C. Pack

Easter is a worldwide tradition involving many customs that people believe to be Christian. What is the origin of Lent and sunrise services? How did rabbits, eggs and hot cross buns become associated with Christ’s Resurrection? Is Easter mentioned in ...

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Akwa Ibom State- the Industrial Sleeping Giant Arise By Joe Etokudor

Akwa Ibom State- the Industrial Sleeping Giant Arise  By Joe Etokudor

The history of Akwa Ibom industrial growth might not altogether sound like one classical episode of a paranormal investment. Although the scenario might provide all the trappings of an epic exercise in economic misadventure, but the truth remains that at ...

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2016: Thrusting Into Sustainable Development For Journalists By Patrick Albert

Today, Thursday, March 31, 2016, we begin our first Congress in the New Year, envisioned as our year of “Greater Possibilities.”  As you may recall, last year, 2015 was christened “From Glory to Glory”. And we can rightly acknowledge the ...

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INSENSITIVITY-THE ANTI-SOCIAL PHENOMENON By Joe Etokudor

Sophocles, a Greek Philosopher writes: “one word frees us of all the weight and pain of life. That word is love” Nigeria with multi-ethnic nationalities is a country with divergent interests, cultures, and attitudes. It is a country with contrast ...

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Nigerian Economy: Detractors Can’t Rewrite History By Olusola Daniel

Nigerian Economy: Detractors Can’t Rewrite History By Olusola Daniel

That the Nigerian economy is the envy of the black race is not in doubt, thanks to the astute management and foresight of a scholar like Dr. (Mrs) Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the immediate past Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister for ...

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