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Why Almajiri, Boko Haram Can’t End Now — Sheik Usman Bauchi

Sheik Dahiru Usman Bauchi is a controversial Islamic Scholar and leader of almajiri in Nigeria. He is among the leaders of the Islamic Sufi group known as the Tijaniyyah in Nigeria. In this interview in Bauchi, the fiery cleric explained why Boko Haram and their violent attacks won’t end anytime soon.

Why Africa Should Champion for an End to 401 Years of Injustice against Black Race–African American

Rashad McCrorey is from Harlem, New York in the United States of America (USA). The African American is the owner of Africa Cross-Culture, a tourism company which takes black Americans to different countries in Africa, these countries include Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Rwanda. He is also a freelance journalist

Interview: We’ve Made Recommendations to Buhari on Reopening of Schools, Religious Centres – Boss Mustapha

Members of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 (PTF), on Sunday, met with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. At the end of the meeting, the chairman of the task force, Boss Mustapha, spoke to journalists on their meeting with the president. Mr Mustapha, who is the Secretary to the

Like Madagascar, Try My Herbal Therapy and See that the Solution to COVID-19 is Within Africa–Adeniyi

Editor's note: He is an Organic Chemistry Researcher based in Nigeria, Mr. Boluwaji Adeniyi, had earlier unveiled a herbal procedure , which he claimed is potent enough to cure COVID-19 and not just treating the symptoms. In this interview, researcher who is a member of the Chemical Society of Nigeria(CSN)

Why women should be accorded roles on security matters – expert

Senator Iroegbu is a security analyst, media and communications consultant . In this chat with Ene Osang he bares his mind on the current security situation calling on the new administration to see the need in bringing women on board in deliberations towards sustainable security. What is your reaction to the

Hausa-Fulani Dichotomy: How farmers-herders conflict snowballed into bloody banditry in northwest Nigeria–Research

Govt ignored warning banditry, kidnapping, killings would escalate, spread to Katsina, Kaduna, Sokoto Third force’ brutal intervention How Sani Yerima’s seizure of the Fulani land fuelled crisis Gov Yari blamed for abandoning state to cruel fate   Editor's note: For years the deadly crisis in Nigeria's North West simply tagged as

Udenta O. Udenta: I’m back with 21 books

When Comrade Udenta O Udenta was forced to abandon his career at Abia State University, Uturu, in 1998 as a Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Igbo Studies and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Humanities on account of his 5th detention by the late General Sani Abacha’s military

Analysis: Security priorities for the new Nigerian government–Experts

Africa Centre From Boko Haram to farmer-herder conflicts, ethno-religious tensions, separatist movements, urban crime, and national identity, Nigeria experts size up the security priorities facing the Buhari government in its second term. On February 23, 2019, Nigerians voted in their sixth presidential election since the transition to civilian rule in 1999,

Peace Accord: Atiku, others were duly invited for signing–Abdusalami Abubakar (interview)

•Details of the 2019 election peace accord Jude Johnson with Hassan Tukur of pt The former Head of State and chairman of the National Peace Committee, Abdulsalami Abubakar, says the committee invited all political parties to Tuesday’s peace accord signing by presidential candidates ahead of the 2019 elections. The candidate of the Peoples

How MTN, IMNCs are ripping off Nigeria through IFF- Prof. Owasanoye (Interview)

Editor's note: The Executive Secretary of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Bolaji Owasanoye, spoke extensively on how International Multinational Corporations (IMNCs) and their collaborators are ruining Nigeria's economy and development through Illicit Financial Flows (IFF), citing the ongoing MTN saga as a perfect example. Owasanoye argued that