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SEPTEMBER 22,  2014   VOL. 35. NO. 23

Cover Story
How Far Can Lamido Go?
Governor Sule Lamido of Jigawa state sets machinery in motion for his presidential ambition, but will first have to scale a formidable hurdle within the ruling People’s Democratic Party
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Lamido: The Making of A Gadfly
The Jigawa state governor marches against President Goodluck Jonathan, relying on his profile
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Letters - Readers' Response

Foreword - Editor's Column

Meridian
Adamawa: Fintiri’s Moral Burden
On Saturday, September 6, 2014, the Acting Governor of Adamawa state, Ahmadu Fintiri, picked the governorship ticket of the People’s
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Discourse
Why We Should Vote Goodluck(1)
By Hope Uzodimma
The concept of an annual summit of all Igbo across the globe is truly laudable. Igbos are a
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Nigeria (Politics)
Jega’s Cross
Allegation of ethnic bias and partisanship trail INEC Chairman, Professor Attahiru Jega over the Commission’s proposed allocation of new polling units as the South kicks
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Rumbling APGA
Obi’s resignation as BoT Chairman of the APGA ruffles feathers
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Battling Uduaghan
Deltans express outrage over Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan’s donation of a multi million naira edifice to the University of Nigeria Nsukka
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Questionable Arbiter
Stephen Davies, the self-styled Australian negotiator raises doubt about his role between Nigeria and Boko Haram.
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The World
Murder: End Of A Long Trial
Oscar Pistorius is cleared of murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, but convicted for culpable homicide and unlawful possession of fire arms thus, setting the stage for a time in jail for the Blade runner
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Bussiness & Economy
A Growing Cash Cow
Nigeria earns more revenue from gas and crude oil sales in the second quarter of the year
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Phoney Packages
Despite their poor Quality of Service, telecommunications companies delve into the insurance and health sectors
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Marching Order
The Nigerian Customs Service, NCS puts Area Commands on their toes to generate more revenue for the service
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Life & Style
Agony Of The Rich
Incessant flooding continues to ravage Lekki and other highbrow areas in Lagos
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Battle Of Liquors
Varieties of herbal liquors invade the Nigerian market battling for the attention of consumers
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Back of the Book
The Writer Takes A Bow
The media is once again thrown into mourning following the sudden death of Dimgba Igwe, Vice Chairman, The Sun at the age of 58
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A Broken Glass House
The crisis emanating from the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, escalates even as Nigeria narrowly escapes FIFA’s ban
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Night Diary
Narrow Escape

By Victoria Olubi
The manner my friend ran that night shocked me. I never knew she could run so fast despite her drunkenness at a binge party we attended that night. In the face of obvious danger, anything can happen, even a drunk knows

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Oscar Pistorius


Meridian
Adamawa: Fintiri’s Moral Burden

Viewpoint
The Ebola Virus Success Story

Jonathan and the Challenge of Greatness

Discourse
Why We Should Vote Goodluck(1)


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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