Monthly Archives: November 2011

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PROTECTION RIGHTS OF JOURNALISTS OF AFRICA (PRJA)

PROTECTION RIGHTS OF JOURNALISTS OF AFRICA (PRJA)

PROTECTION RIGHTS OF JOURNALISTS OF AFRICA (PRJA)                                                                                                                          27th November, 2011 The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) Justice Dahiru Musdapher (GCON) Supreme Court Complex Abuja, Nigeria. Sir, Attempts by the Yobe State Government to use Kaduna Chief Magistrate, the DPP and the Nigeria Police to persecute our member (Mr. Tukur Mamu): An urgent call for

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Boko Haram Siege Gov. Gaidam’s Home Town For Six Hours

Barely three weeks after the complete taking over of the Yobe State capital, Damaturu for many hours in an operation that resulted to the killing over 200 people most of them Police officers and other security agents by the members of Jama’a tus Sunnah Wal Da’a Wati popularly referred to as Boko Haram and precisely

Boko Haram’s Yobe Killings Expose National Security Flop

Police’s Contradiction on the Casualty figures in Yobe’s Tragedy. How Security Chiefs Struggle to Justify Wasted Billions On Security. Inside Story of Politics of Boko Haram Debacle In The Presidency. Why FG Spurned Yobe Government After Attack. The well-coordinated siege of the capital of rural Yobe State, Damaturu, penultimate week by the dreaded members of

‘You Have The Watches, We Have The Time’

Afghanistan: Ten Years Of War In A Land Where Your Enemy Will Fight You Forever. By SAMI YOUSAFZAI and RON MOREAU Hold up at a mud-brick house in eastern Afghanistan’s mountainous Paktika province, 28-year-old Mujahid Rahman says he can’t remember how long he’s been battling the Americans. Seven or eight years is his best guess.

POLITICAL MIRROR

How To Steal A Nigerian Election -Sen. Yusuf Tuggar By ROBERT AMSTERDAM The presidential election held this past April in Nigeria were seen as sufficiently “free and fair” by many observers, but at the local level for the gubernatorial election, reports of fraud, violence, ballot stuffing, and intimidation were rife. In several key states, candidates

OPINION

Gov. Kwankwaso’s Silent Revolution In the context of 100-days-in-office of state governors in the country and in relation to Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso of Kano State, history is in the making, as the two-time governor strategizes to restore responsibility and responsiveness in governance. This standpoint however raises the question of what constitutes the direction and

Can Adamawa State Endure This Debaucherous Economic Rape?

Can Adamawa State Endure This Debaucherous Economic Rape? By ISMAIL MOHAMMED Just like yesterday, governor Nyako was sworn in amidst fanfare and hope for a greater future. Four years later, the hopes and expectations were only met in the breach with governance taking its lowest drift in the history of contemporary governance in the state.

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Can Adamawa State Endure This Debaucherous Economic Rape?

Can Adamawa State Endure This Debaucherous Economic Rape? By ISMAIL MOHAMMED Just like yesterday, governor Nyako was sworn in amidst fanfare and hope for a greater future. Four years later, the hopes and expectations were only met in the breach with governance taking its lowest drift in the history of contemporary governance in the state.

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