Army University: The Vision And Geography 

Army University: The Vision And Geography 

By Bukar Raheem (GVE) – The plan by the Nigerian military to transform the Nigerian Army Institute of Technology and Environmental Studies NAITES in Makurdi, Benue State  into a specialized military university must be seen as a welcome development due...
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The CDS And Coordination  In The Military

The CDS And Coordination In The Military

By Ebuka Ebuka (GVE) – Last year, when President Muhammadu Buhari extended the tenure of the Chief of Defence Staff, General Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin‎ for another year, it stood as a mark of the esteem he is held in the...
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Schooling The Coup Plotters, By Ademola Adegboruwa

Schooling The Coup Plotters, By Ademola Adegboruwa

SOUTH MILWAUKEE, WI. (GVE) – Recent months have proven over and over again that Nigerians cannot afford to be complacent in how they protect our democracy; our very future and the wellbeing of future generations depend on it. It will...
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Transparency Intnl’s Costly Mistake In Rafsanjani

Transparency Intnl’s Costly Mistake In Rafsanjani

By Israel Akinyele (GVE) -The world monitors its progress independently.  The idea of a United Nations assemblage, in the first place, was anchored on the need to collectively advance the positive cause of humanity, wherever they are domiciled. We often...
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Nigeria: Helping Buhari To Help Us  

Nigeria: Helping Buhari To Help Us  

By Okanga Agila (GVE) – Perception of Nigerians on leadership is often faulty. We most times, indulge in the error of judgment by feeling that every responsibility about leadership resides only on the leader of the federation.  But this is...
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Obasanjo’s Biafra Solution

Obasanjo’s Biafra Solution

By Jideofor Adibe( GVE) – Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has reportedly called for dialogue with those agitating for Biafra. Speaking at the event, ‘Biafra, 50 Years After’ at the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre recently, Obasanjo was quoted by th...
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Biafra: When Enough Is Enough

Biafra: When Enough Is Enough

By Kenneth Kaunda Adamu (GVE) – In the wake of the Nigeria’s Civil War almost five decades ago a mistake that could well be hounding us all now was made. That mistake was in not addressing the emotional facet of...
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The Saraki Led Senate: A Midterm Assessment

The Saraki Led Senate: A Midterm Assessment

By Omoshola Deji The Nigerian legislative arm of government, comprising the Senate and the House of Representatives, is rarely in the good books of the public. No congregation of legislators in Nigeria has arguably suffered public condemnation like the 8th...
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BIAFRA: An Open Letter 

BIAFRA: An Open Letter 

By John Paul Iloduba REPRESSION OF THE INNOCENT POPULATION OF NIGERIANS BY SEPARATISTS IN THE SOUTH-EAST: THE WORLD MUST ACT NOW  On May 30, 2017 small businesses in Abia, Anambra, Enugu, Imo and Ebonyi were forced shut down by separatists...
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Transparency International’s Apologetic Reversal On Nigeria

Transparency International’s Apologetic Reversal On Nigeria

By Richards Murphy (GVE) –  Africans do not lose sight of the power of natural nemesis.  I know,   the strength in this expression alludes to the irrepressibility of the truth, much as the vindication of the innocent. Transparency International (TI),...
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