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Thursday, December 12, 2013
By MOHAMMED ISMAIL DESERT HERALD has predicted in the past, without necessarily being boastful or prophesying doom for the country, the proliferation of violent insurgency in the country since the extension of the controversial and widely debated amnesty was extended to the Niger Delta militants by the Yar'Adua Government in its futile and hasty attempt to engender peace in the turbulent Niger ...
By NASIR AHMED EL-RUFAI If any ques tions remain as to why, despite huge oil revenues and massive...
Elder statesman Malam Adamu Ciroma has expressed hope that God will soon bring a leader in Nigeria t...
but Egypt is going through special circumstances most of them negative. The priorities are confused." He refused to confirm which way he would argue in Tuesday’s meeting. The election for a new parlia
particularly in protest against well-publicised acts of police brutality. A victory in new elections in which the opposition refused to participitate would bring more of the increasingly violent prote
saying that the opposition cannot accept it as a legitimately elected government. Mr Moussa said: “We do not challenge the fact that the president was elected democratically and that he is the preside
the former head of the United Nations Atomic Energy Agency who first became a figurehead for the liberal opposition under President Hosni Mubarak and has maintained the same role under the Muslim Brot
though he had to issue a new set of dates on Saturday after it was pointed out that the first two rounds coincided with Coptic Orthodox Palm Sunday and Easter. That was itself another sign of the lack
whose preference for conducting politics by issuing occasional brief statements through Twitter has annoyed many liberals. Mr Moussa then went on to say a boycott would require unanimity or at least a