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For President Buhari, Justice has always been two ways

For those who follow history, you would recall that after Buhari toppled the civilian administration of Shehu Shagari in 1984, he installed himself as the ‘new’ law and order. 301 more words

Politics

Politics in Naij

‘This is Nigeria, that is the way we do things here. So you better pay up or remain where you are.’

Unfortunately, this is the current state of Nigeria’s political system. 579 more words

The Pen

Indian State Elections: Takeaways Part I

The Indian National Congress was once the most feared and powerful institution in India. During Indira Gandhi’s premiership, people said that India is Indira and Indira is India. 319 more words

Corruption in Universities

I am not yet prepared to discuss the name of my university- the one where I work.  However, it has come to my attention that it is incredibly corrupt. 408 more words

Current Events

Local union leader announces retirement amid financial investigation

Days after an investigation into the finances of Honolulu IBEW Local 1260, its leader has announced that he’s stepping down to retire.

The Honolulu chapter was put under trusteeship by its international office to “prevent and correct financial issues within the local.” 361 more words

News

Controlling the local

The junta has been showing its blunt determination to ensure its preferred result in the charter referendum. It has been arresting, intimidating and repressing.

It has also been campaigning for a Yes vote in rural areas, sending out the military and… 252 more words

Journalism & Flattering - Social Evil

Awad ud din Anwari was a Persian language poet, he was born in modern day Turkmenistan. His famous work is ‘Tears of Khorasan’.

He is known for his panegyric poetry, it is said that he once told Sultan Sanjar, that if he appoint him his court poet, he will never be bored. 145 more words