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The Sad Chronicles of a Failed ‘Messiah’ – By Nosa Igiebor

  “Any nation that has the misfortune of being led by an insular, mendacious president with a provincial mindset inevitably ends up in existential crises, as Nigeria has experienced in the past six years. How else could Miyetti Allah be so emboldened to constantly stoke the fires of ethnic strife and threaten anyone who stands in their way without even ...

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ECONOMY: Subsidy Removal: A Governments Insensitivity Towards A Supportive People – By Adolphus Aletor

  “The Federal Government should have consciously phased this over the last 6 years especially when they told Nigerians that subsidy does not exist. Bringing it up now at the twilight of their administration does not only amount to taking Nigerians for granted but is deceptive” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER 4, 2021 I recently watched a short video of ...

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BONDING IN A RELATIONSHIP: Sex Does Not Equate Intimacy – Tai Isong

  “Throughout history, when you think of the word “intimacy,” you may assume it means sexual relationships. But while one can boost the other, one doesn’t necessarily include the other” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER 4, 2021 Intimacy is often confused with sex. But just as people can be sexual without being intimate, intimacy can happen without a sexual component ...

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ECHOES OF AWKUZU: The Menace Of Drugs In Awkuzu – By Ozor Odutche

  For better analysis, heroine, opium, cocaine have traditionally been the main headline grabbing flagships and headmasters of narcotics especially during the time of Pablo Escobar and Medellin Cartels of Colombia and their rings across the wide world in the 1980s and 1990s. PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | DECEMBER 2, 2021 There’s a sweeping wave of narcotics and substance abuse across ...

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ANALYSIS: Private Jet Ownership In Nigeria & The Ego Trip

  According to reports released by Bombardier Corporation of Canada, Nigeria is only behind US, China and UK in placement of orders for private jets. PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | NOVEMBER 29, 2021 A Boeing Business Jet, currently the one used by president Buhari cost $80M, while the other jets favoured by other private individuals like Dangote and Adenuga are the ...

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Nigeria’s Suicidal COP26 2060 Net Zero Emissions Commitment – Abubakar A. Nuhu-Koko

  “This is in direct conflict with Nigeria’s drive to increase its proven crude oil reserves currently estimated at 37.07 billion barrels to 40 billion barrels in the next few years. Nigeria is ranked as the 10th nation with largest oil reserves (2017) after the troubled Libya” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | NOVEMBER 29, 2021 How Realistic And How Prepared A ...

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Our Hero Of The Week: Police Detective, Barr. Kayode Uareroro & The Lawrence Anini Saga

“They broke into the apartment and in the altercations that followed, Lawrence Anini was shot on his left ankle by Kayode and immobilized. That was the end of the reign of Lawrence Anini and the national embarrassment he orchestrated. There was jubilation all over the land!” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | NOVEMBER 27, 2021 Mr. Kayode Uareroro died in the morning ...

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FOR THE RECORD: Insider’s Narrative Of Men Who Funded The 1983 Coup D’etat

  “In the book, the ringleaders and active participants were listed as Major-General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, Chief of Army Staff who replaced Muhammadu Inuwa Wushishi after the 1983 coup; Brigadier Sani Abacha, G.O.C, 2 Mechanised Division, Ibadan who replaced M.D Jega after the 1983 coup…” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | NOVEMBER 26, 2021 Bashar, the 20th Emir of Gwandu who was ...

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