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MAY 25,  2015   VOL. 37. NO. 6

Cover Story
Buruji’s Burden
Ogun state born multi-billionaire businessman and politician, Kashamu Buruji, fights to clear his name, but disjoints in his narrations raise questions
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Kashamu, a Certified, Unashamed Criminal
By Olusegun Obasanjo
Putting a certified unashamed criminal, wanted abroad to face justice, and who has greatly contributed to corruption
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My Story
By Prince Buruji Kashamu First, it should be noted that this is part of a renewed campaign of
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Foreword - Editor's Column

Meridian
This Governor Aliyu Sef
Failed Senatorial candidate, and the out-going governor of Niger state,
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Viewpoint
Obiano’s Infantile Promenade And Lessons To Learn
By Tony Nwaezeigwe
THE Igbo are a unique people in Nigeria. Often hated with a ferocious clout of jealousy by their
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Nigeria
Cruel Death
A pregnant woman and her 18 months old son are bathed with acid
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Constitution: Why Senate Backpedalled President Goodluck Jonathan fights off the National Assembly's pressure to whittle down presidential powers through constitution amendment
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Who Killed Edeh?
The family of a slain staff of Protea Hotel in Edo state, Chibuike Edeh tasks the Police to unravel the controversial killing of their 27-year-old son
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End of the Road
Four suspects of a robbery gang fall into police dragnet
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Unwelcome Lobbyists
Okezie Ikpeazu, Abia governor-elect snubs lobbyists for political appointments
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Orji: Kudos And Knocks
With May 29 2015 hand-over date drawing close, Governor Theodore Orji receives accolades from the People's Democratic Party, (PDP) in the
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Hounded By The Law
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, quizzes Chinedu Orji, son of governor Theodore Orji over alleged financial sleaze in local government councils in Abia
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Ekiti: The Kidnappers’ Den
Kidnappers turn Ekiti State their catchment zone as politicians trade words over crime rising in the state
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Uncivil Defence
Some members of the National Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Imo state go berserk shooting Tricycle Operators
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Business & Economy
Profiting From Polls
The successful conclusion of the 2015 general elections has continued to rub off on the financial market, pushing stocks and currency on positive curves
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Akinwumi’s Albatros
Minister of Agriculture, Akinwumi Adesina, battles alleged N21 billion rice scam that threatens his ambition to become African Development Bank President
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Stormy Aero
Aero contractors, the oldestprivate airline in Nigeria fires its Chief Executive Officer
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A Sack And Its Can of Worms
Diamond Bank sacks about 1000 staff citing tough regulatory environment as reason
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Life & Style
Why I Am Building Igbo Village In Ghana”
— Chukwudi Ihenetu, Eze Ndigbo Ghana
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Meridian
This Governor Aliyu Sef

Viewpoint
My Personal Notes

The real losers of the presidential election

The Debt we Owe GEJ

How INEC Defeated Jonathan

The Obasanjo-Buhari Coup

Wole Soyinka’s Seismic Shift

Re: Soludo and Okonjo-Iweala: N30 trillion Mismanagement Claim

Debate: Buhari Has Only Contempt For Nigerians

What Fuel Price Cut Proves

The 2015 Elections and Education Reform in Nigeria

Explanations Buhari Owes The Igbo Race

Between Jonathan And Buhari

Soyinka’s call to Anarchy

Jonathan As Obasanjo’s Nemesis

What Exactly Is ‘Clueless’ About Goodluck Jonathan?(3)

The Good About SA’s Betrayal

What Is 'Clueless' About Jonathan?(2)

What Is 'Clueless' About Jonathan(1)?

Why Nigeria’s Future Is Tied To The Girl-child

Discourse
Why We Should Vote Goodluck(2)

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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