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The role of a Professional Accountant in this coronavirus pandemic, By EZEKIEL TERZURUM AGIR

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The World has come to a standstill with practically little or no movement, suggesting that it may ...

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An interim inquiry into the political economy of Odejo aggression, By PAUL ADAJI 

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A brief analysis of the praxis of the unprovoked attack on Ikobi community by Odejo   last week, ...

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Africa Leadership: Upturning the Lynch Theory, From Slavery to Liberty (II)

By IKE NELIAKU 14. The MCIA died because the president’s image was jeopardized and without weighing the ...

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Africa Leadership: Upturning the Lynch Theory, From Slavery to Liberty (1)

By IKE NELIAKU   Paper Presented to One Africa Initiative (OAI), Friday April 24, 2020   “I ...

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TICAD 7: Count your blessings; name them one by one – Femi Adesina

Today is the last dance of the Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD 7), and ...

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When PDP Takes Nigerian Army To United Nations For Unprofessionalism

By ODIMEGWU ONWUMERE The Nigerian Army has been in the news in the recent times not for ...

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Liberia: the contradictions are coming to a head

By  Alfred P. B. Kiadii Coming to mind a terse and witty Greek proverb relevant to the sum ...

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Venezuela and Nigeria – A tale of two countries

By EMMANUEL YAWE On May 13 1958, the hapless Richard Nixon as Vice President of the United ...

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The War  in PDP’s Legacy House

By  OKEY IKECHUKWU With the presidential elections only a few weeks away, the question on the table is: ...

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What Angola can learn from Nigeria as it creates remarkable opportunities for marginal oil production

Opinion Editorial   The Nigerian experience with marginal oil field development had measurable success, with 24 licenses ...

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