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A local paraglider who spoke on condition of anonymity, revealed that the camera had been installed some time ago and that he had no doubt that the couple did not know that they were being filmed. We the student body known as Biafran Students in Diaspora (BSD) wish to take this opportunity to respond formally to the utterances attributed to the Nigerian Foreign Affairs Minister Geoffrey Onyeama, an Igbo. A leader’s job is not to dictate, but rather to be respected, admired and be a trustee, of the land we love, with so much potential, a land which should be freer than free. We spend all our Naira to acquire his inventions because we so oblivious of our natural endowments that we allow him have it for free. ADSU integrity forum has accused the Sunday Joshua Wugira, a lawyer, of adopting unorthodox tactics by abusing his privilege by attacking the integrity of ADSU Vice Chancellor Dr.


Paragliding enthusiasts looking to see what conditions were like on the hill got a little more than they bargained for when the feed from the camera caught an X-rated performance from the lovers instead. It is worth noting that in the GPI 2016 ranking, Nigeria occupies the 15th position as one of the least peaceful countries in the world.Police in southern Brazil were swift to investigate the matter after receiving a string of text message reporting the racy rendezvous. This revelation is damaging to Nigeria’s image and places emphasis on the security discourse in our nation. Emmanuel Ezeagwu’s essay on "Critical Thinking in a deeply religious society" on News24 can be considered an important contribution to discourse on Nigeria’s National Project, writes Dominic Ayegba Okoliko. The issue of the resurgence of Lassa Fever in Delta state should not be treated with a kid-glove approach as we have in the past, reading about the incalculable devastation it has done in one fell swoop on people’s lives, writes Isaac Asabor. A lot of people have been known to proffer generic solutions to these problems that abound while expecting miracles the next second yet we berate the average Nigerian for their addiction to miracles promised by religion, writes Kathy Ohiaeri.


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