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Afro-phobia: Defying South Africa, Nigerian geniuses and scammers, by Taju Tijani

Tongues are clattering. Tails are wagging.  Adrenalin rage is on the boiling point. A ground swell of rising tide of negative opinion is bitterly working against Nigerians from Andalusia to Zimbabwe. And that is for real!! Arguably, today, diaspora Nigerians are the most endangered species on this planet.  Simply put, all eyes are on Nigerians

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Diary of an ex-anti-apartheid activist: These South Africans are simply ungrateful, by Kayode Oladele

As a young law student at the University of Lagos, I belonged to several campus organizations that were devoted to anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. Unilag at the time was also home to several South African Students who were granted full scholarships by the Federal Government of Nigeria. Their housing, tuition and feeding were free.

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Who do ‘Magu boys’ work for, EFCC or an emperor? By Fredrick Nwabufo

A scathing detraction to professionalism in Nigeria is the customisation of public offices. Institutions are built around personalities rather than on principles and service. The corrugation of Nigeria’s public offices and institutions has a long history. But of significance is the brazen privatisation and deployment of public office to insular ends by Michael Aondooakaa, attorney-general

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Kidnapped Enugu State Perm Sec regains freedom – Police

The Police Command in Enugu State says the abducted Permanent Secretary in Enugu State Ministry of Lands, Augustine Udeh, has regained freedom.The Command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Ebere Amaraizu, revealed this on Tuesday in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Enugu.Amaraizu said the abductors bowed to pressure mounted as a

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