CRFFN Election: Fight To Finish

By Bayo Bernard Business Editor The bickering appears to have stopped for the moment. The die is now cast for election into the Governing Council of Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarders in Nigeria, CRFFN. The Mike Jukwe led council is trying to prove critics wrong that it’s incapable of organizing a credible, fair and fair election for the body. if the council succeeds the jinx that nothing good can come under Jukwe administration would be broken, having presided over a chaotic CRFFN in the last few years. The…

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2019: Kalu Campaigns For Buhari Re-election Bid, As Rashidi Ladoja battles EFCC

By Stephen Ubanna In spite of the  fact  that Mahmood Yakubu, a Professor and Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, and his electoral officials, have not officially lifted the ban on political Campaigns for the 2019, general elections, the political Elites appear to have jumped the jumped gun . This is evident going by what is happening in the states as the political Elites are taking advantage of every social gathering to sell their party manifesto and Candidates. The last Father’s day celebration in the country speaks volume. Orji Uzor…

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Mama Shekau’s Bombshell : Political Elites Behind Boko Haram

By  Stephen Ubanna For years, there had been rumours making the rounds that the political elites  were behind    the  Yobe state born terrorist  Abubbakar Shekau and Boko Haram , the Islamic Fundamentalist  group, terrorising Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states , in the north east geo-political region  but ”swept it under the carpet”. Even former President Goodluck Jonathan had  complained  that there were Boko Haram members in his government and the security agencies but nobody too him serious.  Again, the complaint was swept under the carpet by the political class   as…

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Election: How Wike Silenced Amaechi in Rivers State

By Stephen Ubanna Nyesom Wike, a former minister of state, Education, under for President Goodluck Jonathan Administration and now governor of Rivers state may have  finally settled the his scores with Rotimi Amaechi, a former governor of the state and now minister of Transport, over who is in control of the affairs of the state  with the conduct of the last Saturday, June 16, 2018,  local government election . The Magazine learnt that Amaechi never showed up in PortHarcourt throughout the election period for fear of his life. The Amaechi…

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Dispersed from Syria, ISIS targets the world from Nigeria

By Uche Mbah   Rumors that the Boko Haram terrorist organization has been taken over by ISIS seem to be substantiated by reports that Nigeria may have become a training ground for the group, with further reports of Exchange program by the Islamic state, ISIS, on terror tactics. To this end, Nigeria may have become the new base of the international terror group. Reports by the Sun, a UK tabloid, expressed worry that such terror couriers could be passed on to the United Kingdom through the porous Air borders in…

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