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PRESIDENT BUHARI AND HIS LIFELESS PRESIDENCY BY ADEBAYO RAPHAEL

          Since the beginning of Nigeria's fourth republic in 1999, the present administration of the All Progressives Congress (APC) led by President Muhammadu Buhari is unarguably the worst. The failure of the incumbent administration to live up to expectations, within and outside Nigeria, relegates every measure of the towering hope that welcomed it. The current president of Nigeria has consistently proved to the world that he is undeserving of leading this magnificent country of 180million extraordinary people imbued with unimaginable potential. The Nigeria that our current president projects in the world, is a backward, ignorant, antiquated, unalluring, visionless, confused, unimaginative rudderless...

#FreeSamuelOgundipe: A Growing Consciousness and The Impending Revolution. BY ADEBAYO RAPHAEL

The recent victories over dictatorship in Nigeria is an attestation to the oncoming revolution that will engulf the country. Whether the ruling elites who have perpetuated themselves in power since independence like it or not, it is inevitably going to happen. When the publisher of the Weekly Source Magazine, Mr. Jones Abiri was arrested on July 21, 2016, by the Department of State Services (DSS), the public briefly denounced the appalling arrest. However, the case of Mr. Jones Abiri became a big reason to worry when after a year, he was yet to be released, and neither was he charged...

OURMUMUDONDO MOVEMENT DEMANDS IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF DETAINED PREMIUM TIMES JOURNALIST OGUNDIPE

The OurMumuDonDo Movement wishes to express its outright disapproval of the current onslaught on press freedom in Nigeria by the Nigerian Police Force. We are extremely concerned that the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Kpotum Idris, the vanguard man of the Nigerian Police Force, would openly flout the law of the land by unlawfully detaining Mr. Samuel Ogundipe of Premium Times Newspaper for refusing to disclose the source of his story. This arrest is an open affront on Chapter IV, S. 39 (1) of CFRN 1999 as amended, which guarantees the freedom of expression of Nigerian citizens and the...