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WELCOME BACK HOME, PRESIDENT BUHARI

PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI OF NIGERIA Mr. President, Nigerians warmly welcome you back home from London after your medical vacation. You shall live long for our dear country. You shall live to see part of your elaborate, long-term, prosperous plans and solid foundation for national growth. Welcome ‘Baba Development’, even though slow and steady win the…

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COME BACK HOME, MR. PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI OF NIGERIA COME BACK HOME, MR. PRESIDENT Come back home, come back home Come back home, come back home Come back home; Nigerians are missing you Come back home; Nigerians are waiting for you. Mr. President, your health and wellbeing are important to us. Nigerians want to see and feel you. We…

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WHY GOV. GANDUJE EMBARKS ON RAIL PROJECT IN KANO By Comrade Garba Mohammed

Comrade Garba Mohammed, Hon. Commissioner of Information, Youths, Sports and Culture, Kano State It is on record that the news of the Kano light rail project elicited joy from the good people of Kano State, who are not in doubt of the enormous benefits derivable from the transport system in a cosmopolitan, commercial and emerging…

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GANDUJE ONE YEAR IN OFFICE: AN ACHIEVEMENT TOO MANY

By Ahmed Zakari One year ago, specifically on 29th May, 2015, the new governor of Kano state, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje was sworn in and took mantle of leadership from his former Boss after the latter had completed his constitutionally required eight years in office. Dr. Ganduje came at a time of dwindling economy in…

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THE PRICE OF ‘PAROCHIAL’ STATES

By Amir Abdulazeez It has gradually but finally emerged that more than 20 states in Nigeria are still unable to pay workers’ salaries despite a Federal Government bail-out given to 27 of them through the Central Bank of Nigeria between July to September last year. Before the bail-out, the states owed workers from between 2…

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WHY NIGERIA’S FUTURE LOOKS BLEAKER?

By: Amir Abdulazeez If we are banking on the majority of present day Nigerian youths as the custodians of a better and more prosperous country tomorrow, then we need to seriously reconsider. Many (not all) of the youths and potential leaders of tomorrow that we currently have are most likely to be worse than today’s…

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FREE EDUCATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES DURING GOV. RABIU MUSA KWANKWASO

Former Governor Kwankwaso of Kano state By Engineer Sani Musa Iam confident that by the time i finished this submission to fellow Kano citizens, it will be of great Importance for parents and well wishers whose Kith and Kin were sent abroad during Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso to study one course or another in different…

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EDUCATING KANO POPULACE ABOUT KWANKWASO/GANDUJE FEUD

    By Eng. Sani Musa. The recent political imborglio that rocked the citadel of Nigerian politics left many people wandering on the sudden appearance of conflict a year after Nigeria’s General elections. The Kwankwaso /Ganduje Feud that has become a Subject of public discussion is not a Surprise to any discering mind who has…

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A CRITICAL LOOK INTO THE GANDUJE/KWANKWASO DEBACLE

BY ENGR. AUWAL RABIU DANSHARIF “The moment of victory is often the moment of greatest peril. In the heat of victory, arrogance and over confidence can push you past the goal you had aimed for, and by going too far, you make more enemies than you defeat. Do not allow success to go to your…

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