Somebody should tell all those small African countries who seem to be in competition with the giant in the limbo to slow down.
On Monday last week, the Kaduna State Government issued a white paper on the report of the Justice Mohammed Garba Judicial Commission of Inquiry that probed December last year’s clashes in Zaria between soldiers and the Shi’ite group Islamic Movement of Nigeria.
The 15-minute promenade from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in Churchillplein under the chilling temperature of about five degrees through the Zorgvliet park and forest to the Peace Palace in Carnegieplein, was memorable.
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From the recent meeting between President Muhammadu Buhari and some senators from the South–East region, it is obvious that the Nigeria’s leader initial promise to be fair to all sections of the country has come to fruition.
There have been interesting developments since the last time I commented on the DSS expose that stunned a nation that is no longer easily stunned.
Commitments toward formally educating girls in northern Nigeria dates back to almost seventy years.