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Malam Nasir El Rufai And The Politicisation Of Terrorism

Malam Nasir El Rufai And The Politicisation Of Terrorism

Malam Nasir El Rufai And The Politicisation Of TerrorismThe hard fact remains that Boko haram is a creation of misrule, social injustice, corruption and decades of unpunished ethno-religious violence in the North often targeting Christians and people of other ethnic groups which people like El Rufai

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My fear for Borno (2)

My fear for Borno (2)

My fear for Borno (2)On the very important issue of trying to persuade Ali Modu Sheriff from doing anything that might bring about bloodshed and destruction of property in Borno, my next appeal is to the elders of Borno.

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Ebola, the story of poor health systems

Ebola, the story of poor health systems

Ebola, the story of poor health systemsBefore becoming ground zero for the Ebola virus, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone were all making progress to rebuild after long and bloody civil wars.

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The Gospel According To Tom Ikimi

The Gospel According To Tom Ikimi

The Gospel According To Tom IkimiFellow Nigerians, let me start by quickly stating my admiration for the person and personality of Chief Tom Ikimi.

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Women And Inheritance: A Comparative Analysis Of The African Law And The Rest Of The World

Women And Inheritance: A Comparative Analysis Of The African Law And The Rest Of The World

Women And Inheritance: A Comparative Analysis Of The African Law And The Rest Of The WorldIt discusses the plight of women and female children in relation to their right to inherit property under African customs. Majority of customs in Africa discriminate against women.

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Do They Have Rights?

Do They Have Rights?

Do They Have Rights?It discusses the restriction placed on the right of civil servants in Nigeria to be involved in partisan politics. Although a civil servant can vote, he cannot be a card-carrying of a political party.

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