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EXCLUSIVE: How five abducted aid workers were released by Boko Haram - Premium Times NigeriaPost Edited: EXCLUSIVE: How five abducted aid workers were released by Boko Haram Salkida will write a book in the future and all the dumb 'Twitter Generals' that labelled him will be stupefied by his bravery and their own ignorance. Well done A_Salkida 👏 A_Salkida keep doing the good job you're doing. Naysayers won't see this
Amotekun and the Emerging Dimensions of Bigotry, By Simbo Olorunfemi - Premium Times OpinionGood to see Ondo governor, Arakunrin Akeredolu nudging in that direction, promising to engage, as he should, to clear up the needless controversy. Dear Simbo, I read your opinion and I shook my head. It is very obvious that you have been paid to write this. You completely left the issue of insecurity and trying so hard to discredit AMOTEKUN. I expect you to tell us what we can do to make it better. We know your type. Simbo, I understand that you are trying to put food on your table that does not mean you should truncate this laudable initiative. Your writings are beautiful but bereft of sense.
Amotekun and Quest For Centrifugal Federalism, By Banji Ojewale - Premium Times OpinionThe terminal halfway post-1966 coup house of cards we continue to hold on to, in the name of preserving our unity, is rather breaking and killing us slowly.
Masari and Child Bandits In Katsina Forest, By Olabisi Deji-Folutile - Premium Times OpinionFinally, the chickens have come home to roost! The misdeeds of Nigeria’s leaders are coming back to haunt them. Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State painted a vivid picture of this during the week when he spoke about the horrors locked in the Northern forest, where anyone could get hundreds …