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Environment, not a dump site

  By Obinna Chukwuezie One of the things that have become common sights in Nigeria is refuse dumps and garbage. Everywhere one goes, one will find “pure water” sachet, plastic bottles, cans, glass bottles, polystyrene containers, paper, cups and several other waste materials littering the environment which covers the parks, residential areas,

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Exiting Recession through LG Autonomy

Olawale Rasheed Nigeria is struggling with local poverty and grassroots under-development. Economically, depressed nations face several challenges. Uniquely, economic depression is not of the same dimension across nations. Within each country, the challenges also vary from States to States, and within States, from local government or counties to counties. Several strategies are therefore

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#OndoDecides Will Buhari intervene in Ondo political crises?

Obinna Chukwuezie Within 24 hours after the Indepent National Electoral Commision (INEC) released names of the candidates for the November Governorship elections in Ondo state, the Ondo state Governor, Olusegun Mimiko left Akure to Abuja to meet President Muhammadu Buhari at the President's office. communitystories.ng gathered that the list that was released

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Nigeria-a knocked engine?

By Dr. Emmanuel Onucheyo (written in September, 1994) “African countries often consist of twenty to thirty tribes, a mishmash of mini-nations, while many tribes have been cut into two by inherited colonial boundaries. The resulting lack of national unity makes democracy almost an impossibility, economic development a distant dream, internal tension

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