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Posts From Godwin Onyeacholem

Ibrahim Magu: A case for fair hearing

    Ibrahim Magu: A case for fair hearing

No sincere follower of the purported ongoing investigation of Ibrahim Magu, who was recently forcibly sacked as Acting chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), would not describe the

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For Soyinka at 86, and a scoop denied

    For Soyinka at 86, and a scoop denied

Just off Ozumba Mbadiwe Street in Victoria Island, immediately behind a cluster of residential apartments popularly known as 1004 flats, and directly opposite a quaint one-storey building on the other

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Malami: Portrait of a ‘barrier-in-chief’

    Malami: Portrait of a ‘barrier-in-chief’

Much as one tries, it has been difficult to find something for which to commend Nigeria’s current Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami. He has been the chief

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Clearing the path for good journalism

    Clearing the path for good journalism

Time and again, there are desperate calls not just by veterans but also by younger and discriminating practitioners about the compelling need to rescue journalism practice in Nigeria from obvious

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Anti-corruption war: A case for whistleblower law

  Anti-corruption war: A case for whistleblower law

At every given opportunity, President Muhammadu Buhari not only proudly re-affirms his administration’s commitment to mount a vigorous fight against

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Nigeria: How not to fight corruption

  Nigeria: How not to fight corruption

Between fighting corruptionwith bare knuckles in an inspired manner and wearing well-padded gloves to do half-hearted battle with a monster

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Seriake Dickson and the quest for restructuring

  Seriake Dickson and the quest for restructuring

Henry Seriake Dickson, the countryman governor of Bayelsa state, is an engaging personality, highly cultivated, courageous and exuding a charming

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The recall of Jibrin and the fight against corruption

  The recall of Jibrin and the fight against corruption

Muhammadu Buhari, once a military ruler of Nigeria, was finally elected President in 2015 after four grueling attempts. In between,

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One year on… lest we forget Joy Odama

  One year on… lest we forget Joy Odama

By this time last year, fate had dealt a cruel card to the  Odama family. Instead of basking in the celebratory

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APC leadership, not Sagay, is the real ‘rogue elephant’

  APC leadership, not Sagay, is the real ‘rogue elephant’

I met Professor Itse Sagay for the first and only time thus far one evening in the early 1990s. It

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