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Insecurity In Nigeria: Zero Effect Of Foreign Intervention And The Way Forward

 By Chief  Malcolm Emokiniovo Omirhobo.  LAGOS MAY 2ND (NEWSRANGERS)-Barely twenty four hours after Boko Haram  hoisted its flags in Kaure and Shiroro local government areas of Niger State about 140km to the Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria’s seat of power. displacing residents in about 50 communities attaching the wives of the locals to its men,   Senator  […]

Isa Pantami: The Nigerian Embattled Minister Haunted By Extremist Views

LAGOS APRIL 25TH (NEWSRANGERS)-Nigeria’s presidency says it “stands behind” an embattled minister facing calls for his resignation after extreme Islamist views he held in the past recently came to light. Isa Pantami, minister of communications and digital economy, and also a renowned Muslim cleric, expressed views sympathetic to groups such as al-Qaeda and Boko Haram. […]

JUSUN Strike: The Nigerian Constitution And The Manual Of Governance

By Chief Malcolm Emokiniovo Omirhobo . LAGOS APRIL 17TH (NEWSRANGERS0-Let me start by  stating that I  am one  hundred  and ten percent in  support  of the  financial  independence of the Nigerian judiciary because of its  enormous  importance and significance to the administration of justice ,  the rule of law and our nacesent democracy .  I […]

Tinubu: A Presidential Disaster Waiting To Explode?

By Farook Kperogi LAGOS APRIL 10TH (NEWSRANGERS)-Anyone who has watched Bola Ahmed Tinubu closely and dispassionately can’t help but notice that the man is not well. He is a walking psychedelic calamity. His endless verbal miscues and nonverbal cues constantly conspire to construct the profile of a man who is battling a troubling internal turmoil. […]

Ayadesian Principle and Praxis of Expansionary Government

Often times, what is construed as a state’s policy, is a derivative of the leader’s philosophy and what shapes a leader’s philosophy are a combination of favourable/unfavourable political and economic circumstances. Governor Ayade assumed the leadership of Cross River at a time when the state’s economy was grappling for survival in the turbulent waters of […]

Help! Lack Of Clean Water Is Driving Up Diseases In Lagos Highbrow Of Lekki

By Michael Owhoko, Ph.D LAGOS MARCH 24TH (NEWSRANGERS)-Help! Lekki residents are exposed to water-related diseases engendered by sub-standard and unregulated sources of water supply.  Increasing cases of dysentery and diarrhea-induced pathogenic bacteria infections have sparked concerns on public health in the area. Water is an essential element in human life, and inability to have access […]

Lagos Port of Congestion, Corruption And Chaos

LAGOS MARCH 16TH (NEWSRANGERS)-The port of Lagos has long had a reputation in the shipping industry of being a headache — a hub where costly delays and other obstacles are legion. But many in the business say the gateway to the huge market of Nigeria has become even more choked in recent months, its problems […]

Int’l Women’s Day: Women As Challengers Of The Status Quo

By Dr. Abia Nzelu LAGOS MARCH 8TH (NEWSRANGERS)-Globally, March is a landmark month for women.March 8 is International Women’s Day (IWD) and Mothering Sunday will be celebratedon March 14 in Nigeria, as in many other nations.Both IWD and Mothering Sunday celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women andalso signifies a call to […]

How Nigeria’s ‘Guns For Cows’ Offer Backfires With Spate Of Abducted Schoolchildren

LAGOS MARCH 8TH (NEWSRANGERS)-As a gangster, arms dealer and kidnapper extraordinaire, Awwalun Daudawa looked like a character beyond reform. Last December, he masterminded one of Nigeria’s biggest-ever school kidnappings, abducting more than 300 boys in Katsina, the home state of President Muhammadu Buhari. A week later, the boys were freed, amid widespread rumours that Mr […]

Who Are The ‘Bandits’ Behind Nigeria’s Mass Kidnappings?

LAGOS MARCH 5TH (NEWSRANGERS)-For the past decade, criminal gangs in northwest Nigeria have terrorised communities, attacking villages, pillaging, raping, stealing cattle, ambushing travellers and kidnapping people. Groups have also turned to mass kidnapping, seizing hundreds of students in a string of raids on schools — apparently emulating tactics used by jihadists hundreds of kilometres (miles) […]

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