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Rape Spree in Maiduguri

Boko Haram strikes again, kill 7…As Ohaneze calls for a state of emergency understands that suspected members of a radical Muslim religious sect, Boko Harram, have wounded seven civilians in a car-bombing in Nigeria`s restive northeastern state of Borno.Read more @

Rape Spree in Maiduguri
When I wrote Boko Haram and the Military three days ago, in my heart the accusation of rape against the Nigerian military was the weightiest of all the allegations. The obscenity of the act is what every normal citizen should abhor.Read more @

There is a “Boko Haram” in us
On an average Nigeria is good nation , her people are a bunch of like a Banana bunch, a few rotten ones, will always give the whole bunch a bad look and that particular rotten smell. Read more @

Open letter to Lemu’s panel.
“Let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widows and the orphans to do all which may.Read more @

Who will tell the Men and Women of God.
Up until not too long ago, everybody we knew was Anglican, Catholic or something similar to that. The clergymen were then known by titles such as canon, reverend, father and vicar. Read more @

Abeg, Somebody Should Tell Jonathan…By Michael Egbejumi-David
Until a fatal combination of cirrhosis of the liver and excess Viagra did the lunatic Abacha in, between November 1993 and June 1998 everyone knew their place in Nigeria. All our noisemaking warmongers kept well quiet, muttered undertone or stayed put in their various hilltop residences. Read more @

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