Thursday, April 24, 2014

The Political Metaphor From Rivers State, By Nasiru Suwaid

January 20, 2014

Nasiru Suwaid There is this widely held belief in Nigeria, though some people hold it as universal, that in any altercation between individuals of higher... read more

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The Moral Realism of Regime Change, By Nasiru Suwaid

January 4, 2014

Nasiru Suwaid This is the beginning of a new year, away from the end of another year that marked itself as a season of long... read more

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Budget Rituals and Presidential Responsibilities, By Nasiru Suwaid

December 28, 2013

Nasiru Suwaid When it happened, many an American citizen situated it as an innocuous mistake or even an innocent misrepresentation, where during the first inauguration... read more

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Mr. Jonathan Counsels a Kenyan Colleague! By Nasiru Suwaid

September 11, 2013

Nasiru Suwaid “I believe that any law whether local or international as well as Treaties and Conventions should be instruments for the resolution of human... read more

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Reflections on the New CBN Credit Revolution, By Nasiru Suwaid

August 31, 2013

Nasiru Suwaid Let us hold the old adage true that a person who does not produce cannot generate wealth nor should her or her require... read more

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The Perfect Pitch From Borno, By Nasiru Suwaid

August 21, 2013

Nasiru Suwald When the story appeared about a month ago unto the media space, it came like a classic make believe, a sort of moral... read more

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The Big Dilemma in the Local Government Reform, By Nasiru Suwaid

August 7, 2013

Nasiru Suwaid The local government system is a problematic concept to situate. For this reason, there is no institution of government that is abused, confused,... read more

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Common Sense Approach to Marriage Age Amendment, By Nasiru Suwaid

July 24, 2013

Nasiru Suwaid Any true nation-state, worth its name, is ultimately built around some core sacred principles, among which are: the fundamental agreement to coalesce into... read more

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A Mama in the Villa, By Nasiru Suwaid

March 7, 2013

Nasiru Suwaid Testimonies in places of worship, just like the ones given in the courtrooms, create an opportunity for the strategic unburdening of the soul,... read more

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Integrity is no barrier for Nigerian Ports, By Nasiru Suwaid

January 17, 2013

Nasiru Suwaid The hall was so magnificently set with a lot of chandeliers reflecting every object on sight and in around every couple of minutes,... read more

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Burden of an electoral system with ill-repute by Nasiru Suwaid

December 15, 2012

Nasiru Suwaid “Doesn’t an announcement of an election result usurp the function of electoral Returning Officers to announce election results?…... read more

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Malabu: When policy took precedence over law by Nasiru Suwaid

December 11, 2012

Nasiru Suwaid  “However, the leadership of the committee only expressed interest in investigating a mere breach of the federal government’s indigenous ownership policy.”…... read more

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The President’s inadvertent disclosure by Nasiru Suwaid

November 29, 2012

Nasiru Suwaid “Mr. President actually knew what he was inferring, about his administrations unfair economic distribution system.”…... read more

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A congratulatory letter to “Honourable” Farouk Lawan, By Nasiru Suwaid

November 25, 2012

Nasiru Suwaid An open letter to a “cap-banking” lawmaker…... read more

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Here we go again By Nasiru Suwaid

November 8, 2012

Nasiru Suwaid There is a new trend of rubbishing findings of probe with charges of illegitimacy, Nasiru Suwaid opines.…... read more

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Ibori’s sentencing lacked compassion

April 26, 2012

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Ibori’s conviction rescuing the essence of plea deal

March 8, 2012

Nasiru Suwaid “He was never the legitimate governor and there was effectively a thief in government house. As the pretender of that public office, he... read more

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