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A vote for research communication

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At a recent research communication summit in Abuja, researchers and university dons bared their minds on the importance of communicating research works to the public, particularly policy makers. The summit, organised by the Kenya-based African Population and Health Research Centre (APHRC) and University of Nigeria Nsukka, under the main sponsorship of Katsina state Government, provided an opportunity for some research-minded university dons to put on 'parade' the research efforts of their universities which have remained largely unsung.


Why Buhari should concede to Ribadu (1)

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I present my esteemed readers                this essay whose exceptional length I am guilty bound to acknowledge at its debut, but whose importance I will leave the impartial mind to acknowledge. I implore my readers to endure the length and carefully consider the logic of its arguments with an open mind.


2011: Jonathan, Buhari and Ribadu

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By Dr. Aliyu U. Tilde

The emergence of presidential candidates in the next Nigerian elections will be completed in the next few days. From the look of things, President Goodluck Jonathan is most likely to emerge as the flag bearer of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Little has changed in the politics of incumbency that has characterised that party if we examine the gubernatorial and other primaries which the party has conducted so far in many states. The presidential primaries will hardly be any different.


The Maimuna Diary

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By Dr. Aliyu U. Tilde

There have been significant developments since I wrote “Maimuna” and I feel that I owe my readers a duty to keep them informed about them.


A hugely political week

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As the 2011 general elections approach faster, the immediate past week was full of political stories commanding the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. General Muhammdu Buhari officially declared his intention to contest the presidential elections for the third consecutive time consecutively.

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