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Democracy Day amidst revolutionary pressures in Nigeria

Democracy Day amidst revolutionary pressures in Nigeria By Umar Musa AREWA AGENDA - To infuse some of the words of Abraham Lincoln, Democracy represents a government of the people, by the people and for the people. The 20th century witnessed a rapid...

Karaye Emirate – A Symbol of Hope and Prosperity

Karaye Emirate - A Symbol of Hope and Prosperity By Usman Sarki Madobi Traditional ruling system is as old as the history of northern Nigeria as it was the ancient form of leadership that united people particularly in the northern States...

Fulani are not the Problem of Nigeria- An Igbo Woman’s Perspective

Fulani are not the Problem of Nigeria- An Igbo Woman's Perspective By Chisom Omeokachie Before our dear Government bans opinion writing and blogging in Nigeria, a beautifully written piece titled "One-Sided Report on Igbos: A Fulani Woman’s Dilemma," by Zubaida Baba...

The Option between Open Grazing and Ranching

The Option between Open Grazing and Ranching By Nafeesat Bello The intractable herders-farmers’ clash has remained unresolved for over a decade and yet the disagreement between the Federal government and some states is exacerbating the situation. Rather than having right measures...

JUST IN: JUSUN suspends strike, Courts to Reopen on Monday

JUST IN: JUSUN suspends strike, Courts to Reopen on Monday   AREWA AGENDA - The Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, has suspended its strike action that paralysed judicial activites across the federation for over two months. JUSUN had on April 6,...

How Member Representing Ajingi, Albasu and Gaya Federal Constituency Empowers Constituents

How Member Representing Ajingi, Albasu and Gaya Federal Constituency Empowers Constituents By Ibrahim Umar AREWA AGENDA - When the country returned to the civil rule in 1999 there was positive excitements and hope, but all these enthusiasm and hope conceived has...

The Looming Dangers of Hate Speech and Fake News, By Ya’u Mukhtar

The Looming Dangers of Hate Speech and Fake News, By Ya’u Mukhtar AREWA AGENDA - Recently, the Federal Government announced the indefinite suspension of the micro-blogging platform “Twitter”, citing national security as the reason behind taking the critical decision. Furthermore, the...

WhatsApp’s new privacy policy and its implications for Nigeria, by Inyene Ibanga

WhatsApp’s new privacy policy and its implications for Nigeria, by Inyene Ibanga   AREWA AGENDA - The discovery of data as the new oil to power the global economy has directed more attention to the issue of data governance. Concerns over...

One-Sided Report on Igbos: A Fulani Woman’s  Dilemma

One-Sided Report on Igbos: A Fulani Woman's  Dilemma By Zubaida Baba Ibrahim There is a school of thought that writer’s block comes from having no ideas at all. I like to refer to it as the ‘creative juices’ not flowing enough...

Nigeria Vs America: The Double Standards on Terrorism of Social Media

Nigeria Vs America: The Double Standards on Terrorism of Social Media By Labaran Saleh There was not even a road block. It was just one day. They didn't break any prison. They didn't attack any police station. No election commission office was burnt. No Governor's home...

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BREAKING: Another man jumps into Lagos Lagoon

BREAKING: Another man jumps into Lagos Lagoon NEWS DIGEST - Another man has alighted from an UBER car and jumped into the Lagos Lagoon on...

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