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China’s emergence as the would-be largest economy despite…Continue
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This issue is si controversial that i find it difficult to take side. What iam sure of is that IBB has committed more crimes than late Abacha. remember our young major in the nigeria Army killed at ejigbo.
He his the one that introduces 419, and he waisted our money to support Baba iyabo when he contested for the post of sec,Gen of UNO.
That means we khow him already comparaed to other vilain politicians we don't know.It is left to Nigerians to decide.
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Over the past few years, corruption has become a topic of increased interest and debate within Nigerian society. Nigeria’s independent media and other commentators worldwide are constantly assessing the government's efforts to address corruption. This public discourse is a critical element in any anticorruption…Continue
Added by Akintokunbo Adejumo on April 13, 2010 at 11:40am — No Comments
That corruption is the source of all our problems, from insecurity, to poverty, to our underdevelopment and everything else is not news anymore either in Nigeria or to
foreigners. However I wish more
journalists would put extreme pressure on the looting and stealing political
"elites" to save our dear country. There are certainly many patriotic
and honest Nigerians who mean well for our dear country. There…
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I'm delighted that we are friends here on Vanguard Online Community; and gladly extend warm…Continue
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All great powers of the world has once had their challenges, from the Roman empire to the British empire from the Germans to the Americans now China. They all have had their struggles, though not same but after the dark tunnel comes the light.
Singapore is an emerging power even with her size but all this is possible because their problems were confronted.
I believe in change and I…Continue
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Will the Bayelsa “Budget of Impact” Deliver Democracy Dividends?
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the nation needs direction, we cannot continiue to have truncated govt policies, we have seen changes in the once yaradua FEC, reflecting that the alling president never came to concencus on certain policies, hence, the diversion ao the Acting president on some of the polices, we need a VICE PRESIDENT, certain parts of the nigerian economy are chaired by th VICE PRESIDENT, If the constitution did not have a function for the Vice president, it would not have created that office, we should…Continue
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ABUJA, Nigeria – Nigeria's acting president has sworn in the oil-rich nation's new Cabinet, which includes a woman overseeing the country's petroleum ministry.…Continue
According to Pentagon reports based on captured documents and interviews with former Iraqi top officials, even at the end of March 2003, Saddam still thought he was the “invincible man”. Why? Because that’s what his
ministers and generals were telling him.
This shows that there is an exception to F M Cornford’s famous definition of propaganda as…Continue
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