Daily Archives: November 7, 2020

#ENDSARS: A revolution delayed

By Dul Johnson   SOMETIME in the early 80s I published an article in the Nigeria Standard in which I predicted that there could be no revolution in Nigeria. I gave three reasons for my claim: We are so blessed with food that we could never get hungry enough to …

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UK congratulates Biden and Harris, vows climate action

JOE BIDEN and KAMALA HARRIS. PHOTO: Brian Cahn/ZUMA Wire British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday congratulated Joe Biden “on his election” as US president and Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris “on her historic achievement”. “The US is our most important ally and I look forward to working closely together …

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‘We condemn destruction of government-private properties’

By Nwabueze Onwuneme   WE, the foremost pro-President Muhammadu Buhari youth group in the Southeast; the Buhari Southeast Youth Movement (BUSEYM) condemn in its entirety the recent attacks by hoodlums who took advantage of the peaceful EndSARS protest to unleash mayhem and wanton destruction on government/private properties and also on …

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Governors’ dilemma

Tunji Adegboyega   IT is just as well that some governors have realised the security implications of the demoralisation of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) over the #EndSARS protests that rocked the country for the better part of last month. Some of them (governors) have therefore started fence-mending overtures to …

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