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Jonathan says Obama humiliated him by interfering in 2015 elections

Former president, Goodluck Jonathan, says he felt humiliated by the interference of former United States president, Barack Obama, in Nigeria’s 2015 elections which he lost to current president, Muhammadu Buhari. In the excerpts of his new book, ‘The Transition Hours’, as reported by TheCable, Jonathan said Obama’s decision to send …

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REVIEW: Introducing Ordinary Saviour: New Stories from Nigeria’s Northeast, By Richard Ali

Ordinary Saviour is an anthology of short stories edited by Richard Ali and Abubakar Adam Ibrahim. Comprising eleven stories written by the Northeast Regional Initiative’s NEIEF Fellows, the collection provides a voice for local experiences of the conflict as well as counternarratives. It was published by Parrésia Publishers Limited for …

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South-South Christians shutdown Asaba in protest against indiscriminate killings by herdsmen

Business activities including vehicular movement in Asaba, the Delta State capital were on Thursday morning paralyzed following a protest by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) South-South. The protesters, amid continuous killings in Benue, and other states by herdsmen, took to different streets around Inter-Bau to Nnebisi road and adjourning …

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Enough of political violence

In the past two weeks, preparations have gone into top gear by political actors towards the 2019 elections. With the release of the timetable for the elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), all political actors, both in the ruling party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and other political …

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