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Nigerians: Guilty As Charged? By Debo Adejugbe

“Then Peter said, Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have give I thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk.” Acts 3 vs 6. “It’s not what you do once in ...

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El-Rufai on Friday – Introducing YOUNG VOICES (3) : Taking Responsilibity – by Elnathan John

El-Rufai on Friday – Introducing YOUNG VOICES (3) : Taking Responsilibity – by Elnathan John Friday, 5th October 2012. Guest Columnist: Elnathan John I first noticed Elnathan John when I read his “How to Worship the Nigerian God” some months ...

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King Woodruff and his blood guards (Part 5) by Debo Adejugbe

Part 1 is here: http://t.co/bDawOyT8 Part 2 is here: http://t.co/wKhBdNke Part 3 is here: http://t.co/9zIccmdH Part 4 is here: http://wp.me/p2zvzx-dr And there came a time in the land of wazobia, when king Woodruff wanted to celebrate the freedom of his ...

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Privatisation in Nigeria: The Promise and the Peril – by: Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai

Privatisation in Nigeria: The Promise and the Peril – by: Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai ‘When the government owns, nobody owns. When nobody owns, nobody cares.’ – Atiku Abubakar, 1999 Recently, many of us involved in the design and implementation of the ...

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PRESS RELEASE: Nigeria at 52: Fading hope, fading glory? – Congress for Progressive Change CPC

PRESS RELEASE: Nigeria at 52: Fading hope, fading glory? – Congress for Progressive Change CPC The Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), as a Political Party, recognizes the hollow ritual of celebrating or marking another anniversary of the existence of Nigeria ...

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“Medical Doctors and Public Service in Nigeria – Issues and Challenges” – By: Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai (Speech at Nigerian Medical Association Kano Chapter Seminar, September 15, 2012)

“Medical Doctors and Public Service in Nigeria – Issues and Challenges” – By: Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai (Speech at Nigerian Medical Association Kano Chapter Seminar, September 15, 2012) Protocols It is not an exaggeration to say that our nation is now ...

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