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By George Onmonya Daniel We must be really careful with the Coronavirus. When comedians can joke about it on social media, say the weather here is too harsh for the virus to survive, government must prepare the people for any eventuality. Some virus can be stubborn, there is no evidence yet that Coronavirus cannot survive heat.  Government isn’t […]
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By Happiness Galadima Since its passage in July 2017 by the National Assembly and the signing of the bill by President Muhammadu Buhari in May, 2018, many young Nigerians had hinged their political hope on the Not Too Young Run law which gives them equal opportunities at political office. The Not Too Young to Run […]
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By Aliyu Maina Senator Kashim Shettima, Senator Abubakar Kyari, Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume are all senators from Borno state. I believe they are very well aware of the worsening security situation in the state. All roads leading to the state capital and other local governments are are virtually under Boko Haram occupation, travellers are constantly […]
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The Presidency said it isn’t a legal violation or even a subversion of convention for Buhari’s daughter to use a publicly funded presidential jet for private purposes. That’s flat-out untrue. But even if it were true, things don’t always have to be illegal for them to be condemnable. Something can be condemnable because it’s unethical […]
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By Ezrel Tabiowo Since assuming office as President of the Senate on June 11, 2019, Senator Ahmad Lawan has practically demonstrated at intervals that he possesses the grit to take the Ninth National Assembly to record breaking heights under his leadership. Without a doubt, his long years of stewardship as a lawmaker from his days […]
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By George Onmonya Daniel In the past one decade the Biafran agitation has grown into an unimaginable force, both at home and in the Diaspora. Despite the Nigerian government force solution of attacking agitators by using the security apparatuses of the state to suppress Biafran agitation, it continues to grow. The whole thing took a new […]
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By Professor Pita Agbese Although Benue State is highly polarized, polarized by politics, polarized by ethnicity, there is probably considerable consensus that warehousing Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) permanently in IDP camps is not an ideal solution to the violence that forced the IDPs from their homes. Providing immediate shelter and safety for innocent people on […]
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By George Onmonya Daniel  Nigeria’s election violence has now become an accepted part of the culture of election in Nigeria. Political thuggery and political thugs have become normal words in our political lexicon. These political thugs are the ones who decide who wins election and not the voters. The elections in Kogi State and Bayelsa […]
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By Na-Allah Mohammed Zagga  According The Punch newspaper, “the jobs of 40,000 operators of tricycles (popularly known as keke) in Abuja would be under serious threat as the Federal Capital Territory Administration begins mass arrest of those who fail to comply with the restriction order and ban from the city.” It was difficult for many […]

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Of the four fundamental interactions, gravitation is the dominant at astronomical length scales. Gravity effects are cumulative; by contrast, the effects of positive and negative charges tend to cancel one another, making electromagnetism relatively insignificant on astronomical length scales. The remaining two interactions, the weak and strong nuclear forces, decline very rapidly with distance; their […]
By astronomical convention, the four seasons can be determined by the solstices—the points in the orbit of maximum axial tilt toward or away from the Sun—and the equinoxes, when Earth rotational axis is aligned with its orbital axis. In the Northern Hemisphere, winter solstice currently occurs around 21 December; summer solstice is near 21 June, […]
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BY George Onmonya Daniel Those who don’t support the EndSARS protest, mostly because of primordial sentiments, are wrapping some form of conspiracy theory around it all to change the narrative that it is a Western conspiracy to end Nigeria. That’s exactly what Iliyasu Gadu article published in Daily Trust of 25th October, 2020, attempts to […]
Many are feared dead as throughout Monday morning till Tuesday, from Abuja to Lagos, Kano to Jos, Port Harcourt to Ibadan, and all over Nigeria, where young people are protesting peacefully over police brutality, government thugs are seen in multiple videos laughing attacks on peaceful protesters. In Apo in Abuja, Apo mechanic village, Kabusa junction, […]
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Cream skimmed from milk may be called “sweet cream” to distinguish it from cream skimmed from whey, a by-product of cheese-making. Whey cream has a lower fat content and tastes more salty, tangy and “cheesy”. In many countries, cream is usually sold partially fermented: sour cream, crème fraîche, and so on. Both forms have many […]