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Even the Downtrodden Can Testify.

By Jumlang Stephen Jumlang  As a keen observer of the unfolding political spectrum of Taraba, I concluded that democracy in my Taraba was a government of the elite for the elite and by the elite. Little …

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Redefining Taraba Youths in Entrepreneurship

 By Zanau Hassan Maikasuwa. Taraba state is one of the states with least investments from outside. This has remained so for the almost 20 years of our democracy. Tarabans are psychologically wired towards the civil …

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Taraba By-election: The atrocities that haunted Sen. Alhassan

There is the saying that goes: “the pit you dig for someone, might land you in”. That was the true picture of the craft, the conspiracy and the intrigues hatched by the Minister for Women …

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Dariusiyya: Why Gov. Darius Ishaku, PDP are Winning Elections in Taraba

By Emmanuel Bello Winning two fierce by-elections battles back to back for his party the PDP, while working to keep the state prosperous, has helped etched Governor Darius Ishaku in the political consciousness of Taraba …

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Darius: Finding the Finest Hour in a Time of Trouble

Emmanuel Bello With London under attacks from Nazi warplanes during the Second World War, Winston Churchill proclaimed that Britain has just experienced its finest hour. And with that, Churchill joined the immortals and still providing …

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How to Improve Your Parent-Child Affair in 2018 Part 1

It’s the little things that really make a difference. You want to be the kind of parent who takes the time to instill in your child good manners, habits and behavior. But how? And with …

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World Diabetes Day: Women and Diabetes – Our Right to a Healthy Future.

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Diabetes also known as diabetes mellitus is a group of diseases that results in too much sugar in the blood (high blood glucose). Diabetes is a disease that affects women, men as well as children …

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UN Day 2017: International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development

United Nations Day is devoted to making known to people of the world the aims and achievements of the United Nations Organization. United Nations Day is part of United Nations Week, which runs from 20 to 26 October. …

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Mambilla: An Abandoned Plateau of Enormous Agricultural Potential

 By Zanau Hassan The Mambilla Plateau is one of the three plateau locations in Nigeria, located in the Southeastern part of Taraba State. The Mambilla Plateau has an average elevation of about 1,600 meters (5,249 …

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International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer: Caring for All Life Under the Sun

The 16th of September every year, has been set aside globally to mark the Ozone Layer Day with the theme for this year as ‘Caring for all life under the Sun’. The United Nations International …

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