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AUGUST 25,  2014   VOL. 35. NO. 19

Cover Story
Gateway of Crisis
Segun Osoba plots a future out of the ruling All Progressives Congress in Ogun state as the death knell sounds for the party and incumbent Governor Ibikunle Amosun
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A Reporter’s Reporter
James Olusegun Osoba is an accomplished Journalist. He rose through the ranks to become the Editor and later, Managing Director of Daily
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Foreword - Editor's Column

Letters: - Readers Comments

Front of the Book
Quail Magic
Although, small in size, experts say the Quail eggs offer more nutritional value four times greater than chicken eggs
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The Source's Editorial
“NEF And The Chibok Girls”
Leader: A person who rules or guides or inspires others. Such is the base
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Meridian
Sawyer: From The Pit Of Hell
I know the Holy Books – The Bible and the Quran – enjoin us to forgive those who sinned against us. They also insist we must love
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Nigeria (Politics)
Okorocha’s Cheque Controversy
Governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha’s alleged N50million dud Cheque to the Catholic Archdiocese of Owerri causes stir
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Scary Ebola
Nigerians adopt new measures to prevent further spread of the deadly Ebola virus
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On A Happy Note
The National Conference comes to an end with an optmistic report that may reshape Nigeria
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On A Happy Note
The National Conference comes to an end with an optmistic report that may reshape Nigeria
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Adamant Doctors
Public hospitals remain shut as the NMA elects to continue its nationwide with strike
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Business & Economy
Standing Tall
After five years in the saddle, Abdullahi Dikko, Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service, NCS receives accolades for transforming the service
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Shake-up In FOU
Major change at the Federal Operations Unit, zone A, Ikeja, Lagos leads to redeployment of former Comptroller and the appointment of an acting Deputy Comptroller
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Blame Game
The Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA blames government policies for decline in ports activities
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Life & Style
Murderous Lovers
In what could be termed lethal love, two ladies lose their lives to men they called lovers
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Traders’ Agony
Displaced traders at Tejuosho, Yaba main market, gutted by mysterious fire few years ago, lament the high cost of new shops in the market
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Back of the Book
Stars War
As the 2014/2015 European soccer season commences, clubs beef up their squad with the acquisition of star players
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Night Diary
Angels On Night Duty?
By Oluwasegun Abifarin
Last Tuesday, I decided to visit my Mum, Mama Segun, who has been in Mowe, a settlement along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
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Meridian
Sawyer: From The Pit Of Hell

Viewpoint Jonathan and the Challenge of Greatness

Discourse
Policing Has Changed


PDP Zoning: Like Ekiti, Like Imo
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Terrorism: Nigeria Is on Course
By Mike Okiro
On 17th April, 2012, back home in Nigeria, at the Congress Hall, Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja, there was an International Summit on
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Re: The Transgression in the Aviation Sector
By Joe Obi

Challenge Of Regional Development in Nigeria: The Case Of The Niger Delta
By Elder Godsday Peter Orubebe

Flood: ‘People Ignored our Warning’
– Babatunde Olowookere,

Special Report
Uncommon Strides
Nigeria’s Aviation Minister, Princess Stella Adaeze Oduah profers uncommon solutions to challenges in the nation’s aviation sector
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‘We Put Airlines Through Acid Test’
— Stella Oduah, Aviation Minister
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Oduah’s Milestones In Aviation Sector

Aviation: Jonathan’s Inheritance

RE: FRAUD AT THE CORRIDOR

Attention: Chief of Army Staff


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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