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Atiku Abubakar is a man of peace

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By Emmanuel Y. Kwache

On Wednesday, 15th December, 2010, the National Stakeholders gathered at Thisday Dome, Ahmadu Bello Way, Abuja for solidarity messages to Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the Turakin Adamawa and former Vice-President, who was recently selected as a consensus candidate based on the zoning which was agreed upon in 2002.


Nigeria: Season of procurement abuses and settlements

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By Ugo Jim-Nwoko

There is no gainsaying that the Nigerian procurement system has been thoroughly abused by the multinational companies and international businesses in Nigeria; opening up a lot of shortcomings in our judicial system and questioning the capacity of our government to enforce our laws particularly when foreign institutions are involved.


Policing of Zuba: Accusation of extortion

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Our organisation (ADC LAW which was founded in Ghana) has shown its presence in Abuja since 2005.  Ours being a human rights/pro-democracy advocacy group has often come into clash with the Nigerian police.  We have published two articles or reports against the Zuba Police Division on two occasions when we felt that the rights of residents of Zuba and environs including visitors to Zuba, or those who were coming to Zuba motor Ppark to board vehicles to various destinations were being violated by the police because of indiscriminate raiding and arrests.


PDP Primaries: Atiku and Jonathan’s politics of smear

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By Senior Fyneface

When the former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar on Wednesday 16th December, 2010 said “those who resist peaceful change, make violent change inevitable,” President Goodluck Jonathan immediately replied describing such talk as a reckless and treasonable challenge to Nigeria’s sovereignty and stability. According to the president, Atiku’s statement, was unpalatable to the ear, and would no longer be tolerated.


CPC: Checking anti- democratic tendencies in Sokoto

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By Aliyu Mustapha

At this time when the political climate is rife with much uncertainty, and Nigerians are increasingly seeking an alternative to the ruling party and searching  for credible opposition parties for possible solutions to the leadership problems facing this country, the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) cannot afford to allow laxity and corruption in its midst.

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