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Tunji Abayomi, lawyer and human rights activist

Abayomi Tasks NASS on New Constitution

Abayomi Tasks NASS on New Constitution

The National Assembly is in the best position to help Nigeria out of the current constitutional crisis. Tunji Abayomi, lawyer and human rights activist stated this in a letter to Ovie Omo-Agege, deputy Senate president. According to the lawyer, the legislature can set in motion a new constitutional order, having derived its powers from the

Protesters Carry placard and banners during a June 12 democracy day rally in Abuja. Photo: Afolabi Sotunde/Reuter.

Nigerians Denied Freedom on Democracy Day

Saturday, June 12, 2021, appeared to have been a national referendum on President Muhammadu Buhari’s six years rule as Nigerians protested bad governance, attempt to regulate the social media, intimidating the electronic media through the Nigeria Broadcasting Commission, NBC and spiraling insecurity across the country. Nigerians gathered in their numbers in Abuja, Lagos, and other

Doyin Okupe Photo

It’ll Be National Shame if Nigeria Does Not Learn Great Lesson from COVID-19, Doyin Okupe, Former Presidential Aide and Survivor

…Says with about $150 million, it’s possible to build world-class hospital. Former senior special assistant to Nigeria’s ex-president, Olusegun Obasanjo on public affairs, Doyin Okupe, a medical doctor, and a recent survivor of the rampaging coronavirus disease, has said that the lesson of the deadly disease would be lost on Nigeria if it did not

From left, Managing Director, Delta State Oil Producing Areas Commission (DESOPADEC), Bashorun Askia Ogieh, President, Northern Youth Council of Nigeria, Dr. Isah Abubakar and Head of Public Affairs Unit, Mrs. Chinenye Ezonfade, when the NYCN leadership paid Ogieh a courtesy visit in Warri, at the weekend.

DESOPADEC MD Preaches Peaceful Coexistence Among Nigerians

Managing Director of Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, (DESOPADEC), Bashorun Askia Ogieh has charged the Northern Youth Council of Nigeria to formulate programmes that would enhance cohesion among all ethnic groups and to foster democratic ideals in the country. Ogieh, who expressed the need for peaceful coexistence among northerners and southerners, expressed concern

The Judiciary and The Phantom Certificate

…When judges are unable and unwilling to defend their independence and the rule of law, that’s the surest way to enable the enthronement of an autocratic government – Nosa Igiebor Time is the unerring teacher of things unknown. What was not clear yesterday would become obvious tomorrow. Five years ago, millions of Nigerians gave Muhammadu

Respect the People’s Will –Jonathan Tells Candidates

As Nigerians return to the polls tomorrow, President Goodluck Jonathan has urged contestants in Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections across the country to respect the will of the people. This, he said, became important as his administration promotes a new Nigeria, “that is a pacesetter and light bearer in the practice of democratic

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