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NOVEMBER 24,  2014   VOL. 36. NO. 6

Cover Story
The Jonathan Challenge
The formal declaration of interest in the 2015 presidential election by President Goodluck Jonathan has revved up the political temperature in the country
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A Declaration To End All Declarations
By Amanze Obi
His sartorial appearance be lied the expectations of his critics. He stepped out with
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Foreword - Editor's Column

Letters - Readers' Comments

Meridian
The Sad World Of Deputy Governors
Daily Trust’s lead story of Monday, November 10, was refreshing.“Eight deputy governors defy bosses, join governorship race”, it screamed. For those
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For the Records
We Cannot Go Back to Old Ways
By Goodluck Jonathan
Four years ago, precisely September 18, 2010; I stood in this Eagle
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Ray Ekpu:
Jonathan's Journey
By Ray Ekpu
President Goodluck Jonathan earned his pips last Tuesday. The man from Otuoke who didn’t wear
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Compaore’s Comeuppance
By Ray Ekpu
Blaise Compaore was a strappling 36 year old army officer when he arrived with a smoking gun and

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A kick on the Shin

By Ray Ekpu
As this column was being written, FIFA, the world’s football governing body,
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A gentleman Soldier - November 3, 2014
Yakubu Gowon, Nigeria’s Head of State probably had a premonition before leaving Nigeria
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No Primrose Path - October 27, 2014
To bring Boko Haram to its knees we must realise that these is no primrose path, or easy solution. That is because in the war against Boko Haram
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Benefits of Ebola - October 20, 2014
By Ray Ekpu
It is sweet to hear the World Health Organisation (WHO) give Nigeria a clean bill of health on the dreaded Ebola virus disease. Apart from Nigeria
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The Synagogue Sin - October 13, 2014
However you look at it, someone had severely sinned on the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) tragedy. It is
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The Right Step - October 6, 2014
In 2003, some state Governors tried to put President Olusegun Obasanjo through the hoop. They went to
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Nigeria (Politics)
Terror In Hijab And School Uniforms
By Pita Okute
Morning Assembly is a daily ritual of primary and secondary school education in Nigeria
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End Of The Road
The exploration of the vast Bitumen deposit in Ondo state has been foreclosed with the closing down of the Implementation Office located in Akure, Ondo state capital
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Tambuwal’s Gamble
Aminu Tambuwal throws his hat into the APC presidential bid thereby ruffling party feathers
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Angry Dons
Lecturers from the University of Lagos, UNILAG under the aegis of the Academic Staff Union of Universities protest against poor treatment by the school’s management
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Unholy War
Catholic Priests fight dirty over the continued rejection of the appointment of a none indigene as a Bishop
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Pains In The Neck
The just concluded third phase for the distribution of Permanent Voter’s Cards (PVCs) by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is trailed by controversies
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Business & Economy
Cola Trouble
The Federal government drags Nigerian Bottling Company, makers of Coca-cola, to court over poor quality of its products
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Dollar Intervention
The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN increases the amount it offers at its Regulated Retail Dutch Auctions System, RDAS
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Hammer Falls
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) axes two dealing members for unauthorized sale of their clients’ shares
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Life & Style
Baseless Rumour
Yet again, an hoax death announcement of multi award winning musician, Tuface Idibia makes headline.
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Painful Loss
Christians around the world are shocked by the death of popular Christian Leader, Myles Munroe
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Thorny Path
The journey to the pinnacle of Nigerian music industry could be very daunting for young and talented artistes
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Cruel Nephew
Chioma Utuonye, a primary school head teacher in Imo state, killed and burnt by her nephew
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Back of the Book
Wasted Stadia
The recent opening of the Akwa Ibom International Stadium raises questions about the use and maintenance of stadia across the country
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Members of the National Assembly at the Eagle Square, venue of the Jonathan declaration. Coca cola truck





Meridian
The Sad World Of Deputy Governors

Viewpoint
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

The Ebola Virus Success Story

Jonathan and the Challenge of Greatness

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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‘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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