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DECEMBER 22,  2014   VOL. 36. NO. 10

Cover Story
Final Battle
Old issues will now be exhumed as President Goodluck Jonathan and former Head of State, General Muhammadu Buhari, slug it out, again, in a presidential poll following nomination by their parties
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A Gentleman From the Creeks
By Oji Odu
Described as the most criticised President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe
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A “Troubled Democrat”
By Oji Odu
Although worshipped by his friends, as sociates and supporters as the High
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‘I Will Not Fail Nigeria’
By Goodluck Jonathan
Today is another great day in the history of our great Party; The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and indeed in the history of our great Nation.
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‘Change Is Imperative’
By Muhammadu Buhari
I wish to express my gratitude to the Chairman and members of the Convention Committee for planning and conducting a hitch-free
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Foreword - Editor's Column

Meridian
The Ordeal of Citizens Ejeh & Grace Smith
I don’t know whether you read The Punch of Wednesday, December 10, 2014. If so, you couldn’t have missed the story carried on pages
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Viewpoint
Soyinka’s call to Anarchy
By Ochereome Nnanna
Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka clocked 80 on July 14th 2014. He is, effectively, one of the surviving fathers of this nation.
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Ray Ekpu:
The Poetry of his Prose
PROFESSOR Niyi Osundare is well known by poetry aficionados worldwide as a
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Dangerous Days
These are dangerous days as the parties engage in their election or selection primaries. There are
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Tambuwal’s u turn
By Ray Ekpu
My friends and I were still dissecting the entry of Aminu Tambuwal into
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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)
Atiku’s Woeful Defeat
Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, is humiliated at the APC 2015 presidential primary as he is handed a shameful defeat
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Uduaghan’s Burden
Political oblivion stares Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan in the face as he fails to install his successor after he was forced to stand down his senatorial ambition
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Imo: Contest of Heavyweights
Deputy Speaker of the House Representatives, Emeka Ihedioha leads the pack of political heavyweights who won their parties nomimation to contest the state’s guber election
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Uncommon Support
Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso breaks tradition as he anoints his deputy as successor
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Aborted Ambition
Six out of seven former ministers crash out of the People’s Democratic Party, gubernatorial primaries in their respective states
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Dashed Hopes
Most celebrities lost out in their quest to play a role in Nigeria politics as The Source evaluates their deflated ambitions
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Rivers Of Crisis
The emergence of governorship candidates of the PDP and APC in Rivers state stirs discontentment among aspirants who are spoiling for war
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Tempestuous Primaries
Governorship candidates emerge to contest next year’s election following tension soaked primaries across the country
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Battle of Gladiators
The Source x-rays the gladiators
Delta State
Ifeanyi Okowa and Olorogun O’Tega Emerhor
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Consensus Candidate Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, the candidate hand picked by Governor Sullivan Chime wins the Enugu guber ticket PDP
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How Umahi Won
Deputy Governor of Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi emerges winner of the People’s Democratic Party primaries without the support of his boss
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A Sweet Victory
Ikpeazu’s triumph in the keenly contested Abia PDP governorship primaries marks the end of controversies over who flies the party’s ticket in 2015
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Tightening The Noose
Security agencies and National Task Force personnel clash at Seme border over road block
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Business & Economy
Deal or No Deal?
Mixed reactions continue to trail the recent price slash by Dangote Cement
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“Why We Set Up The Maritime Bank”
–Bolaji Akinola, Director, Maritime Micro Finance Bank, MMFB
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Life & Style
Mistaken Identity?
The arrest of an alleged female cocaine peddler in the United Kingdom, generates controversy in Ghana
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Buhari, Atiku: In a fix over choice of a running mate Ogwuche with DSS operatives, as he leaves court last week. Government Ekpemupolo






Meridian
The Ordeal of Citizens Ejeh & Grace Smith

Viewpoint
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

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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