Customs: Sanity Returns To Seme Joint Border Post

By Stephen Ubanna For the first time, sanity appears to have returned  to Seme, the busiest  International  border community, between Nigeria and the Republic of Benin, a neighbouring country in the West African sub-region in the conduct of business transactions. The Source finding shows that the usual uncontrolled movement of people , particular,  tricycle and motorcycle operators from Benin part of the border  into the Nigeria  side of the border with smuggled bags of foreign parboiled rice and bales of second hand clothing including hawkers  in broad day light  under…

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Forgery Consumes Adeosun

By Chidiebere Onyemaizu Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun, has finally been consumed by the three month old forgery scandal which she was embroiled in. An online medium, Premium Times, had in June reported that Adeosun forged the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC’s Exemption certificate to enable her qualify to work or hold political office in Nigeria. Adeosun who was Ogun state Commissioner for Finance before her appointment in 2015 as Finance Minister graduated from a British Polytechnic at the age of 22, an age bracket within which she was qualified for…

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Why Akume & Ortom Should Shut-Up

By Comfort Obi Former Governor of Benue state and now, the Senator representing Benue North-West Senatorial District, George Akume and, the incumbent Benue state Governor, Samuel Ortom are disgracefully tearing  at each other. In the face of the sufferings of Benue people – economic, physical, emotional – Akume and Ortom are dancing naked in the market square. They are telling the people why  both of them should be spat on the face. The irony: Both see themselves as leaders of their people. My sincere advice to them: Shut-up and hide your faces in…

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