Nigerian elections: what if Buhari wins? – The Guardian


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Nigerian elections: what if Buhari wins?
The Guardian
With only two weeks to go until the most closely contested presidential election in Nigeria’s history, the biggest issue on the agenda is security. From Boko Haram to the instability of the oil-producing Niger Delta, the political fight between
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Tinubu, Osinbajo: As Accusations Rule Nigerian Politics – Leadership Newspapers

Leadership NewspapersTinubu, Osinbajo: As Accusations Rule Nigerian PoliticsLeadership NewspapersThey are now worried about what will happen thereafter. The majority of Nigerians have concluded that they have done enough damage to our politics, economy…

Why Nigeria’s elections are do-or-die – Daily Sun


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Why Nigeria’s elections are do-or-die
Daily Sun
In Nigeria, politics has gone beyond the notion of power for the sake of service to the people. It has become a matter of life and death, a “kill me or I kill you” proposition for contestants, especially for the office of president, because whoever
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Nigeria’s Goodluck Jonathan, fact checked – Rand Daily Mail


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Nigeria’s Goodluck Jonathan, fact checked
Rand Daily Mail
Nigeria has been ruled by the same political elite since military rule ended in 1999. The current government of Goodluck Jonathan has faced mounting criticism over its record on corruption and security, with billions of dollars of oil revenue
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African Leaders Must End Hunger Crises Now – Huffington Post (blog)

African Leaders Must End Hunger Crises NowHuffington Post (blog)It might surprise many who know of my life in politics and international affairs but, in my heart, I consider myself a farmer. I am very proud of my two terms as president of Nigeria. I fe…

Lessons For Jonathan And Nigerians – Leadership Newspapers

Lessons For Jonathan And Nigerians - Leadership Newspapers

Leadership NewspapersLessons For Jonathan And NigeriansLeadership NewspapersApart from people with fixated mindsets and some self-seeking, corrupt political appointees of the president, every Nigerian, especially President Goodluck Jonathan, has differ…

African National Congress:100 years of Great Triumphs and Powerful Minds

As racism and oppression against Black Africans gained momentum in the newly established Union of South African, Pixley ka Isaka Seme a visionary leader in 1911 appeal to all non- European ethnic groups in South Africa to unite together. Pixley ka I…

“Shall I Not Avenge Myself On A Nation Such As This?”

“Just as a hunter fills a cage with birds, they have filled their houses with loot. That is why they are powerful and rich; they are fat and well fed. There is no limit to their evil deeds. They do not give orphans their rights or show justice to …