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Solution For Fulani Herdsmen Problem

I read on February 18, 2018 issue of Daily Post where Professor Ango Abdullahi is defending killings by Fulani herdsman around the country. He is insisting that they are killing people who are about to kill them. That it is justified killings in the name of self-defense. I can understand an illiterate making such comment …

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Nigeria Breakup is inevitable Without Re-organization

I do not like to use the word restructure when discussing the kind of changes needed in Nigeria. It is a word with bad connotation. It is a word that has come to be viewed by certain regions of Nigeria as a way to starve them of fund and resources needed for their daily survival …

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Political Solution for Marginalization, Restructure and Secession Movement

There is unease and a sense that things is out of control in Nigeria today. Some ethnic groups from the southern part of Nigeria wants to secede from the Nigerian federation and the rest wants restructure of Nigerian federation. It is unfortunate that 47 years after the civil war, Nigeria is still grappling with a …

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May 30, 2017: A turning Point for Biafra and Nigeria

May 30th, 2017 marked a turning point in the agitation for the restoration of Biafran Republic. Nigerian police and army were out in full force throughout the five Southeastern States of Anambra, Abia, Ebony, Enugu and Imo looking for the alleged trouble makers, namely members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Movement for the …

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Agitation For The Restructure of Nigerian Federation

A lot of Nigerian from all works of life and ethnicity appears to believe that the current Nigerian federal structure needs restructuring. It is not uncommon to hear that Nigeria will never move forward or develop if restructure of the Nigerian federation do not take place. Some are even saying that breakup of Nigeria is …

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