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British intelligence reports on how Ironsi took over

Elias concluded that NPC¬NNDP held the mandate not the NCNC and so the most senior NPC politician should fill the post of the Prime Minister. The NCNC ministers disagreed arguing that it should be the most senior minister in the cabinet, not merely ... Daily Trust Nigera, 1 month ago

[ January 18, 2017 ] YPM: An idea whose time has come Politics

just as Jos is wont to be, it was another chilly dawn at the Township Stadium as the dry unrelenting cold weather kept blasting and whistling, even with thousands of party faithful huddled together.The year was 1993 and the event was the ...
 Nigerian Tribune20 hours ago

Nibras — a leading national program for drug prevention

RIYADH: The National Project for the Prevention of Narcotics (Nibras) aims to create a drug-free environment by using various media, including advertising, to promote and encourage positive values and raise awareness about the importance of ...
 Arab News23 hours ago

Accord concondiale: The continuous search for Nigeria's elusive unity and indivisibility (5)

Recap on iconic Nigerian leaders We shall today continue and conclude our discourse on another iconic Nigerian leader Sir Ahmadu Bello and start a new treatise on the acclaimed late sage Chief Obafemi Awolowo Ahmadu Bello Contd from ...
 Uncova1 day ago

Obiano and Anambra's next guber polls

By Chiedu Uche Okoye Is national development not put in perpetual abeyance in countries and states with egregious and ineffectual political leadership? There is a connection between growth and political leadership. It is leaders that imagine and ...
 Daily Sun1 day ago
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Remembering S.L. Akintola

The Samuel Ladoke Akintola Foundation was set up at the weekend by some youths to immortalise the former Premier of the defunct Western Region, who was killed by soldiers on January 15, 1966. Group Political Editor EMMANUEL OLADESU, who witnessed ...
 LiveNewsNG.com2 days ago
Blueprint.ng

Fifty-one years after Sardauna

It is generally established that time changes everything; but a long span of time was completely incapable of transforming the mentality and political viewpoints of some Nigerians. As a result, the unfortunate events that triggered the tragic 1966 ...
 Blueprint.ng3 days ago

51 years ago!

TheNEWS trilogy on the first coup It is exactly 51 years today that the military struck in Nigeria. In that intervention, a crop of First Republic politicians lost their lives: Prime Minister Tafawa Balewa; Sir Ahmadu Bello, the Sardauna of ...
 News Nigeria.com.ng3 days ago

Our headache as opposition party Bode George

Warns Buhari on N-Delta: Tread softly •Reminisces at 71: We also had Area Fathers in Lagos C HIEF Olabode Ibiyinka George celebrated his 71st birthday recently. George, a former Deputy National Chairman of the People's Democratic Party, PDP, in ...
 Nigeria Today.ng1 week ago
News Express Nigeria

Ohanaeze after the Jan. 2017 elections

By News Express on 06/01/2017 Share on Tweet Views: 3 The Ibo giant is waking from his stupor… I shall now state the facts which should be well known to all honest students of Nigerian history. Outside of Government College, ...
 News Express Nigeria1 week ago Ohanaeze after the January 7 elections  Nigeria Today.ng2 weeks ago
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