Who Wrote Things Fall Apart? By Uzor Maxim Uzoatu

It all started at the local secondary school in Ndiorumbe when the literature teacher, Holy Nwankpi, asked his students: “Who wrote Things Fall Apart?” Another student pointed an accusing finger at the denying student and screamed: “He is a liar. I know he wrote it!” The class prefect joined the fray with these words: “I saw […]

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OPINION: FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ABANDONED PROJECTS IN NIGER STATE.

Niger has three Senators with not less than ten Federal Members. A state with a Minister of State Foreign,FIRS Chairman,CG,NSCDC,Deputy Governor,CBN, CG,Fire Service and rest. A state with four Hydro Power Stations fully located .A state that housed two former Heads of State .A state that housed one of the River Basins. Yet,Niger state becomes […]

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OPINION: THE IMPORTANCE OF NIGER STATE IN THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA BY Lakpene Yusuf Bida,Esq – Voice of Niger

Niger state politically and economically contributed to the growth of Nigeria right back to 1960s.Prominent Nigerlites were in the first Parliamentary administration of late Alhaji Tafawa Balewa of 1960 to 1966. Nigerlites were in the military regime of former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon between 1967 to 1975 helping to give Nigeria stability and […]

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An Irresistible Asset: His name is Mallam Iliyasu Dhacko. He is the incumbent Coordinator Media and Communication Strategy to the government of Niger State. By Shehu Tanko.

His name is Mallam Iliyasu Dhacko. He is the incumbent Coordinator Media and Communication Strategy to the government of Niger State. “So what?” you may ask. But there is so much about this seasoned journalist, who Dr Abubakar Sani Bello, Niger State governor, has found irresistible. While it is unarguably true that men of destiny […]

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CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM IN POLITICS- THE ONLY WAY OUT. BY BALA SHAFI’U

Politics is the activities associated with governance, debates between parties having power and those seeking power, according to the Oxford dictionary. We see a good number of disagreements in Nigerian politics. Some of those disagreements are between members of one political party. Yes, members disagree with one another if things are not done in accordance […]

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THE UNTOLD STORY ABOUT THE STATE OF SOME SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGER STATE. :BY BALA SHAFI’U

Last week, my friend asked me to take him to his former secondary school in Minna, to see one of his science teachers. We were in the school at about nine ‘o’ clock in the morning, exactly the time when the SS3 students were about to begin their Biology (WAEC) practical examinations that is currently […]

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SULTAN SA’AD: A PEACEMAKER AT 64 :By Jibrin Baba Ndace

“The crown of the leader is his integrity, his stronghold is his impartiality and his wealth is [the prosperity] of his people.” — Shaykh Uthman Ibn Fodio The 20th Sultan Sokoto and Amir Mumini in Nigeria, Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar III, belongs to the group of the prominent few. He was born great, he achieved greatness […]

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Alhaji Ahmed Ibrahim Matane, is today occupying a position in administration, which demands the best qualities of sensitivity, intellectual activism and spirit of administration enterprise.

By Shehu Tanko Alhaji Ahmed Ibrahim Matane, is today occupying a position in administration, which demands the best qualities of sensitivity, intellectual activism and spirit of administration enterprise. Brilliant, vast-minded and friendly, youth looking, dynamic and focused, Ahmed Ibrahim Matane who is also a man of unusual courage, has been known to serve the Niger […]

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