THE ECOWAS OF YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW.

By Paul Ejime. Photo credit: Google. Nigeria’s late Professor Adebayo Adedeji and Togo’s Edem (Kodjovi) Kodjo would likely be turning in their graves in disappointment if not utter shock at what has become of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which they laboured with others to establish in 1975. After its civil war…

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THE ECOWAS OF YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW By Paul Ejime Nigeria’s late Professor Adebayo Adedeji and Togo’s Edem (Kodjovi) Kodjo would likely be turning in their graves in disappointment if not utter shock at what has become of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which they laboured with others to establish in 1975….

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SIM Boxing, And The Unboxing of a Crime Syndicate.

Dear Colleagues, Kindly find below an educative Opinion Article which you could run as a feeler on your respected new By Suleiman Bala Bakori. Boxes have a multitude of uses, and the word “box”, lends itself to diverse contexts. For “Ajala Travelers,” the box is a necessity for keeping goods for their endless journeys. In…

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The Uncertain Future of Nigeria: Reflecting on the Next Generation .

By Ussiju Medaner. Photo credit:Priterest. As we engage in fervent discussions about the state of Nigeria today, we often overlook a crucial consideration – Nigeria’s future, particularly the next twenty-five years. Reflecting on historical milestones can provide perspective: On October 1, 1979, Alhaji Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari took the oath of office as Nigeria’s president….

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Providing deeper understanding of relationship between social media and politics.

(News Analysis). By Dada Ahmed. Dr.Aminu Maida, EVC,NCC. To many, particularly the uninformed segment of the Nigerian population, there is hardly any relationship between cyber, social media and politics. One may not blame these Nigerians as intellectual discourse on this subject matter is evolving in Nigeria. The author. Therefore, this class of the people in…

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