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Only Gov Shettima Knows Boko Haram’s Whereabouts

Revealed: “Only Gov Shettima Knows Boko Haram’s Whereabouts”
It has been revealed to that the incumbent Governor of Borno state, Alhaji Kashim Shettima and his predecessor former Governor Ali Modu Sheriff are the only persons who have access to the hideouts of members of the dreaded Boko Haram.Read more @

“Boko Haram, MEND Not Cause Of Nigeria’s Low Key Liberation Birthday” –FG
The fear of Boko Haram and Movement for the Emancipation of Niger Delta (MEND) over likely detonation of bombs in strategic areas in Nigeria may not have been responsible for the low-key arrangement for the51st independence anniversary by federal government.Read more @

Fayemi Seeks Abrogation Of Law Against Foreign Account
Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi has called on the National Assembly to amend the 1999 constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with an aim to compel public officials to disclose their foreign accounts for close monitoring by anti-corruption.Read more @

Facebook, SMS, Twitter Responsible For Students’ Poor Spelling
Nigeria’s Minister of State for Finance, Dr. Lawal Ngama, has said that the advent of face book, twitter and SMS (Short Message Service) and the young generation’s preference for the abbreviated words, was partly responsible for most students’inability to use correct spellings in English language.Read more @

Housing for All under Vision 20:2020? – By Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai
In most developing economies, the construction industry not only contributes between 3-8 percent of GDP, but is usually among the top two employers of labour, and Nigeria was no exception up until the late 1980s.Read more @

Why the sponsors & operators of “FAMOU-TANGBEI” in bayelsa state should be prosecuted
We wish to thank the President and Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces Dr. Goodluck Jonathan for ensuring the disbandment of the notorious Operation Famou-Tangbei in Bayelsa State. It is a decision that is long overdue to bring succor to the.Read more @

51st Anniversary Monologue – By Uche Igwe
October 1st is around the corner. Yet another time for my countrymen and women to roll out drums, to celebrate. This time; fifty one years of the birth of the nation called Nigeria. If we can approach this ritual with any sincerity of purpose.Read more @

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