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Kwankwaso’s new drive to change Kano

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Since his return to the mantle of leadership last year, Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has shown some determination to transform Kano state. Aminu Imam, who was among a team of journalists that toured some of the Kwankwaso-led administration’s projects in the housing, education, health,roads and agriculture sectors, reports.


Obasanjo and his resignation as PDP BoT Chair

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By Richard Ihediwa

Last Tuesday, Former President Olusegun Obasanjo shocked the nation when he resigned as the Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Board of Trustees (BoT) just a few months to the expiration of his five years tenure in July.


First ladies pet projects and need for sustainability

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By Miriam Humbe

Since the days of late former First Lady Maryam Babangida's Better Life for Rural Women, spouses of Presidents, state governors and even local government chairmen have contiued to float one pet project or the other apparently for philathropic reasons.


Pension probe not over, says Senate

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By Ali Alkali

Sen. Aloysius Etuk, Chairman Senate Joint Committee on Establishment, States and Local Governments, probing pension management in the country has re-assured the nation that the committee will continue with its work even though the public hearing at the Senate had come to an end, saying the committee will continue the public hearing at zonal levels of the country.


Why we’ll dialogue with Boko Haram, by Azazi

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Nigerian security services are considering making contact with moderate members of shadowy Islamist sect Boko Haram via “back channels”, even though explicit talks are officially ruled out, the national security adviser said on Friday.

Speaking a day after emergency meetings with President Goodluck Jonathan and top security officials in response to a spate of deadly Christmas Day bombings by the sect, National Security Adviser General Owoye Andrew Azazi told Reuters officials were looking at broadening efforts beyond pure security measures — including addressing northern economic grievances.

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