General Buratai and his Strategic Ministration to Nigeria

By Abubakar Gana PhD “…tactics …is only a small part of generalship. For a general must also be capable of furnishing military equipment and providing supplies for the men; he must be resourceful, active, careful, hardy and quick-witted; he must be both gentle and brutal, at once straightforward and designing, capable of both caution and surprise, lavish and rapacious, generous and mean, skilful in defence and attack; and there are many other qualifications, some natural, some acquired, that are necessary to one who would succeed as a general.” -Socrates. The…

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Centre commends Nigeria’s progress on peace despite threats

….dismisses fake report on nation’s terrorism index The Centre for International and Strategic Studies (CISS) has applauded Nigeria’s progress on peace as indicated by the Global Peace Index.  The centre also dismissed reports which ranked Nigeria as one of the most terrorised countries in the world. Based on this year’s rating by the Institute for Economics and Peace, Nigeria climbed one spot to 147 ahead of some supposed peaceful nations like Russia, Ukraine and Turkey.  And according to CISS, this is a welcomed development that must be commended despite the barrage of…

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Former Gov. Obaseki Aide Lauds him Over Election Victory

A former Commissioner representing Edo Central on the Board of Edopadec Prince Emmanuel Odigie, Has lauded the victory of Governor Godwin Obaseki and his deputy, Comrade Philip Shaibu in the just concluded governorship election.Ecclesiastes 3 A Time for Everything.There is a time for everything,and a season for every activity under the heavens:The time for campaigns and elections are over. It is time to work and build a more prosperous Edo.I congratulate you on your  election victory. I  sincerely salute your steadfastness, courage and doggedness. Your excellency, I pray God Almighty grants you divine…

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Independence Day: Inter-Faith Group Commences Prayers for Nigeria, PMB

Ahead of Nigeria’s 60th independence anniversary, the National Inter-Faith and Religious Organization for Peace (NIFROP) has commenced prayer and fasting for President Muhammadu Buhari and the entire country.  At its meeting on Tuesday at the Unity Fountain, Abuja, the group described October 1st as a “day of convenant” which marked the end of colonial rule. Speaking on behalf of the group, National President, Bishop Sunday Garuba said now is the best time to intercede for Nigeria as the country has remained united despite the plans of the devil and cohorts.  “We are…

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