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    • 01 APR 14
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    Political Conference of Hope!

    Political Conference of Hope!

    GUARDIAN APRIL 1, 2014 Now that Nigerians are talking let us give hope a chance. “When hope is taken away from a people, moral degeneration follows swiftly after,” Henry Wadsworth Long-Fellow (Tales of wayside inn, 1886) said. Let us remember Edgar Waston Howe when he said, “there is nothing so well known as that we

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    • 12 SEP 13
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    Jonathan’s Looming Political Battles

    Jonathan’s Looming Political Battles

    Until a few months ago, President Goodluck Jonathan was striving hard to get the public to focus on governance, rather than politicking. Thus, whenever the issue of the 2015 presidential election popped up, and answers were demanded whether or not he would run, the President, or more frequently, his media handlers, retorted that the incumbent

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    • 25 AUG 13
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    Resolving Rivers’ Political Crisis

    Resolving Rivers’ Political Crisis

    While the Boko Haram menace raged, destroying lives and property and bringing the economy of Northern Nigeria to its knees, no group of governors in the North deemed it wise to gather and approach the country’s former military Heads of State, to save the North, and by implication, Nigeria. Boko Haram Islamists had slaughtered Christians

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    • 07 AUG 13
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    Dickson’s Fresh Momentum in Bayelsa

    Every government always has work to do and no government can fully undertake or finish all the work that is required in the polity. It is therefore unthinkable that any government will be so bereft of tasks that it idles away, until its tenure expires. The fact that new seasons present their unique challenges that

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    • 24 MAY 13
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    State of Emergency against Boko Haram

    State of Emergency against Boko Haram

    By most accounts, save a few disagreeable voices of implacable opposition foes, the May 14 State of Emergency imposed by President Goodluck Jonathan on Borno, Yobe, and Adamawa States is as much a welcome development, as it is a political masterstroke. The country had been long-suffering in enduring the spiralling menace of Boko Haram in

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    • 24 JAN 12
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    The Shame of Bayelsa

    The Shame of Bayelsa

    It was Thomas Carlyle in Heroes and Hero Worship 1, 1840 who said; the illimitable, silent, never-resting thing called Time is rolling, rushing on, swift, silent, like an all-embracing Ocean – tide, on which we and the entire universe swim like exhalations. Perhaps, deriving from the above, it is also true, that Bayelsa State was

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    • 17 NOV 11
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    Nothing is Conclusive yet on the Bayelsa Race

    Nothing is Conclusive yet on the Bayelsa Race

    Former Secretary To The Bayelsa State Government, Steve Azaiki spoke with Abuja deputy bureau chief, MADU ONUORAH on the national awards. GURDIAN NOVEMBER 17, 2011 Excerpts: WHAT: do you make of the crititsms that have trailed the calibre and number of people who were bestowed with national awards? The awards are becoming too easy to

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