“Nigeria is like a vehicle. While you are fixing the brain box, someone has removed the tyres.

The following was sent to me by a friend (I would have loved to know the Author) After fixing the tyres, you discover that the brake system has been damaged. When done fixing the brain box, you find out that the battery had been stolen. Done with those and about to start the engine, you […]

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Attitudes North must change to develop, by Ahmed Joda

How to resolve farmers-herders conflict From being an agriculturalist to a journalist, and later, civil servant, Ahmed Joda became famous when he was tagged a Super Permanent Secretary during Nigeria’s civil war, between 1966 and 1970. The retired permanent secretary, who now calls himself a farmer and herdsman, also served as the chairman of the […]

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IBB Administration attracted more intellectuals…

IBB Administration attracted more intellectuals and professionals than any other administration.u brought a new temperature to bear on leadership.Humanized the office of the president and commander in chief, in an unprecedented manner, die hard critics age long malcontents , professionals oppositions even ur critics served in the government this is what made u an icon […]

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SERVICE CHIEFS AND THE NEED FOR CAUTION. By JIBRIN BABA NDACE

One of the key appointments of an elected president and Commander-in-Chief in Nigeria, are Service Chiefs and other heads of security agencies. While this may not be a big deal in developed democracies, in emerging democracies such as Nigeria’s, it is a major strategic decision that reverberates across the land. It symbolizes the full taking […]

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THE CALLINGS FOR REVIEW OF SUPREME COURT JUDGMENTS ARE NOT JUDICIAL PERSE BUT POLITICAL AND DANGEROUS TO THE NATION

It is very unfortunate that  the right to fair hearing as contained in section 36 of the 1999 CFRN is being negatively eroded by some unlettered citizens including their guides to subject our Apex Court to redicle by calling for the review of this and that cases just for political negative reasons.I believe that Judges […]

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Dear NIGERLITES: Silent will not be a Solution in our State: By Sadiq Kwatu

Dear NIGERLITES Silent will not end what’s happening in our dear state and folding our hands looking at things going wrong will only consume lay man on the street that’s looking for what to eat with his family. What’s happening in our dear state is geting out of hands and no one is saying anything, […]

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OPEN LETTER TO GOVERNOR ABUBAKAR SANI BELLO OF NIGER STATE.

Your Excellency Sir, I think it is important to state that my letter to you is critical even though I have reserved some approbation for you. So you could decide to read or ignore. I would like to stress that this is not intended to score cheap political point, rather, as a Nigerlite, it becomes […]

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