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WHY MAI MALA BONI SHOULD STEP-DOWN NOW – KAYODE AJULO

It’s no news that the Supreme Court by a split of 4-3 dismissed the Petition filed by the People’s Democratic Party’s Aspirant for the 2020 Ondo State Governorship Election, Eyitayo Jegede SAN against the incumbent Governor of Ondo State and the All Progressives Congress. Without prejudice to the ratio decidendi …

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MidTerm Report: OrderPaper Releases Performance Scorecards of NASS Members from Abia, Ekiti, Plateau, Delta, Borno, and Sokoto States

Consistent with its data-driven periodic analysis of performance of the National Assembly and its members, OrderPaper Nigeria is set to begin the official release of the midterm scorecard of members of the National Assembly. The release, which will be undertaken in phases, begins on Wednesday, July 28th 2021, with the …

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Governor Ortom’s litany of excuses, By Dan-Mogan Ihomun 

Governor Samuel Ortom’s knee jerk response  to valid questions on his six-year maladministration of Benue State bears his usual vitriolic trade marks of being long on recitative rhetoric and short on logic. The task of laundering Ortom’s permanently stained reputation garments now falls on one Nathaniel Ikyur who once functioned …

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Buhari is focused on strengthening democracy, says Adesina

Presidential spokesman, Mr. Femi Adesina, on Thursday revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari’s primary focus in office is to concretise democratic institutions and culture that will continue to drive development. Adesina disclosed this at the State House while receiving an award from Progressive Councilors Forum (PCF), an association of past and …

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Ngige’s sermon on the mount, by Femi Adesina

Did you watch the interview granted about 10 days ago by Labour and Employment Minister, Dr Chris Nwabueze Ngige, to Channels Television NewsNight program anchored by Ladi Akeredolu Ale? If you didn’t, then you missed something. But not to worry, you can still get to watch it online. I have …

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