Monday, February 20, 2017
Authors Posts by Unini Chioma

Unini Chioma

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NYSC Corps Members

SIR; The NYSC scheme is fast losing its golden values. Nigeria now produces triple number of graduates it used to produce in the 70s and 80s. She has insufficient funds to sustain the scheme.

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Justice Mary Odili

My attention has been drawn to the above-captioned article which was published today, MAY 29, 2016 in the online medium Sahararreporters. My first reaction was to laugh it off and totally ignore it but on second thought, I decided it would be unwise to unwittingly lend credence to the falsehood contained therein by keeping silent.

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Justice Mary Odili

The controversy surrounding Justice Mary Ukaego Odili’s alleged misconduct of sitting as a judge in her own case in a criminal appeal has become messier. The case was brought before the Supreme Court in 2013 by radical lawyer and human rights activist, Timipa Jenkins Okponipere. ‎It was reported in the Nigerian Weekly Law Report (NWLR) as Timipa Okponipere VS. The State (2013) 10 NWLR (1362).

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Ondo State Governor, Dr. Olusegum Mimiko

As the controversy over the Federal Government’s move to realize the establishment of grazing reserves in several parts of the country rages, Ondo State Governor, Dr Olusegun Mimiko, at the weekend restated that there is no room for grazing land in the state.

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Activist

……says, Buhari’s government is a disaster

A human rights activist and Executive Chairman, Centre for Human Rights and social Justice (CHRSJ), Comrade Adeniyi, Alimi Sulaiman has
declared that President Muhammadu Buhari lacked educational requirement of Senior school Certificate(SSCE) to become the President of this country, saying that this error has shown clearly in his style of governance of this nation in the last one year, for not being able to proffer a single solution to the one of the problems facing the country but aggravate it.

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Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) chairman Maulana Muhammad Khan Sherani (C) addresses

Pakistan’s 20-member Council of Islamic Ideology has proposed allowing a man to ‘lightly beat’ his wife if she commits certain ‘offences’. The council which is a constitutional body of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan advises the government but cannot make laws.