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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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The twin evil of homicide and gang war in Jalingo

By Victor Gai, Jalingo Like other cities in Nigeria, Jalingo, the Taraba state capital has its fair share of criminality. Created in 1991, Taraba is one of the youngest States in the federation and is …

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FG should employ new strategies at Peace Building Initiatives – Innocent Solomon

A global Peace advocate, Innocent Solomon has charged the Federal Government to develop strategy in communities that would encourage peace building initiative. Innocent Solomon who was speaking at the wake of the incessant clashes between …

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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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Echoes from the Maiden Taraba Cultural Carnival

Boaz Ishaku SA. The first ever Taraba Cultural Carnival, organized by the Office of the wife of the Executive Governor of Taraba State, Barr. Mrs. Anna Darius Ishaku through her NGO (None Governmental Organization) “The …

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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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