The Nigerian shadow I have always known

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

Along the streets, suburbs, pedestrian walkways and terminal junction in the metropolitan city of Lagos, we have read the tragic stories and observed the dotted analysis of each narrative along with an imaginary caption of the devastating events and occurrences within our society, disseminated by the medium of communication, in addition to publishing materials sold by vendors across the street.

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To The Honorable Chief Justice Of Pakistan

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Imad Zafar

I am an ordinary citizen of this country. Like my million countrymen I am living to meet the needs of daily life for myself and my kids. My life is being spent in this country by watching different kinds of power circuses.

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Ghana In The Eyes Of Lawlessness: A Call To Action

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Isaac Abban

Africa has been viewed by many pundits as a continent rife with three main evils; corruption, coup d’etats and civil wars. The attention given to these three evils is so undivided to the extent that there is a total neglect of other issues.

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Accountability: We Need To Get Rid Of Double Standards

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Imad Zafar

The Prime Minister’s family presented in front of a Joint Investigation Team and Imran Khan appearing before the Supreme Court; this is the news trending everywhere in Pakistan.

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Actor and Boss in the Nigerian Political Drama

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Prince Charles Dickson

I love Nigeria, I sincerely do, possibly because I have no choice. I could love America, England, Poland, or even neighboring Ghana, become a Nigerian-Arabian or Israeli born Nigerian, it makes no difference because we are Nigerians, we are who we are…very special in our own way.

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Nigerian Senator’s Book Launch or an Orchestra of Corruption?

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Awesu Olaniyi Williams

Barely 48 hours ago some of the holiest men in Nigerian politics gathered together to make a concoction to purge our beloved country of corruption.

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Policing the Police

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Ricardo Swire

The United Nations International Commission against Impunity created the Comisión Internacional Contra la Impunidad en Guatemala (CICIG) to conduct a complex exercise reforming the country’s security and judiciary establishments.

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