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Nigeria @ 57: Some Challenges faced by the Country

By  Rev. Alyuda Moses Iro. Democratic/Political Challenges:  Democracy is said to be a government of the people, by the people and for the people. While Politics is the practice of democracy and process that brings …

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3 Kinds of Criticisms that Will Make Governor Ishaku Listen

So you want the Governor to pay attention to your criticisms? Keep reading to discover what to say that will make your inputs count. Quote the Rescue Agenda. The Governor already has a blueprint of …

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The Journey of A Bill

By Dr. David Charima It is said that the path of success is often always resisted. And the bigger the achievement in view, the greater its challenges but the best its outcomes. Today’s accent into …

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Taraba State: The Need for more Streetlights in the Capital

Plangnaan Longmut Arch Darius Dickson Ishaku and his administration in assuming office, had a methodical inspection of the power generating facilities in Taraba State which led to the rehabilitation of dilapidated power transmitters in some …

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Tribute: Governor Suntai’s Unusual Style at Campaigns

Tribute: Governor Suntai's Unusual Style at Campaigns

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SPECIAL NEWS COMMENTARY ON THE NEGATIVE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE SOCIETY

The social media is primarily an avenue to fast track and facilitate open communication, leading to enhanced information discrimination. It allows for wider spectrum for cross-fertilization of ideas, postings, news, carrying out research through gestures and sharing of links.

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How Sentiment is Destroying Good Intentions in Taraba

I wonder if the Executive Governor goes to sleep wondering if we are encouraging sentiments or we are to encourage One Nigeria.

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How Senator Bwacha Saved Taraba from Emergency Rule.

How Senator Bwacha Saved Taraba from Emergency Rule.

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Governor Suntai’s Dislike for Sirens, Praise Singing and Too Much “surutu”. 

Governor Suntai's Dislike for Sirens, Praise Singing and Too Much "surutu". 

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Another Red Alert…: “Subversion of Democracy”?

A Pro Democracy group known as Taraba Youth For Democracy ( TYD ) called on the Acting President to weigh the negative implication of aligning towards the ongoing one-sided measures

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