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Nigeria vs AI: Consequences of ignoring credible reports on rights violations–Intersociety

Emeka Umeagbalasi, Uju Joy Igboeli and Chidinma Udegbunam   Combination of Government insincerity and dishonesty, falsehood and propaganda, ethnic chauvinism and religious extremism, tribalism and nepotism, militarization and failed intelligence, incorrigibility and entrenched impunity and intolerance and censorship are the fundamental drawbacks inherent in the central Administration of Retired Major Gen Muhammadu

2019: I can’t be beutral, Buhari must go- Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria has stated that he cannot be neutral ahead of next year’s general elections, insisiting that he wants incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari out. There were media reports quoting the former president of saying he will not be campaigning for any candidate in the 2019 polls though

Security chiefs busy with Buhari’s campaign rally while soldiers were being killed– Atiku

 Jude Johnson    The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr. Atiku Abubakar, has accused Nigeria's security chiefs of negligence and partisan politics in the wake of killing of soldiers at the hands of Boko Haram terrorists in parts of the North East of the country. Atiku regretted that soldiers were

Boko Haram: Osita Chidoka’s faux decency

Kennedy Emetulu     Mr. Osita Chidoka and all those who think like him may mean well, but they need to be guided right. First, every true patriot needs to condemn anybody who plays politics with our fallen soldiers. But it is perfectly legitimate for the Nigerian people to call government to account

Boko Haram: Buhari, Jonathan and Shettima urged to bury the hatchet for peace

  Jude Johnson  Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari, his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan and Borno State Governor,  Kashim Shettima, have been advised to bury the hatchet and focus energies on solving the numerous problems confronting the country, especially the state of insecurity. This advice was given on Monday by the Northeast Intellectuals Forum, a group