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Boko Haram and National Conference by Mbasekei Martin Obono

Boko Haram and National Conference by Mbasekei Martin Obono

In some climes, humanity and development mean everything. But in ours, politics and religion has replaced everything.

Nigeria National Conference Review – Week 4

Week 4 was unique. The conference plenary sat for less than half of the normal. The conference was flooded with issues of deteriorating security in Nigeria. But they set up 20 committees to deal with various aspects of Nigeria’s existence. This short expert review captures all that transpired in Week 4 of the ongoing National

Nigeria National Conference Review – Week 2

The second week of plenaries at the ongoing National Conference in Nigeria showed a progressing excitement. This week, the delegates agreed on how to vote on issues but lost their powers to elect committee leaders. The alliance between minority groups – women, youth, people living with disability – in the conference is growing. Catch expert

#NaijaHaardtalk #NGconfab with OSIWA, Berekete Family, PREMIUM TIMES – Live

Following the death of at least 20 applicants in last Saturday’s Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS, recruitment examination, the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) in collaboration Premium Times, Say No Campaign, and Berekete Family Radio is organizing a “tweetup” today at 4:00 p.m. to discuss its implications and lessons learnt. The “tweetup”, will feature