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SIMON KOLAWOLE AND HIS MANY TERMINAL DISEASES

Written on March 27th, 2009 by
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SIMON KOLAWOLE AND HIS MANY Terminal Diseases   By Aloy Ejimakor   On the back page of THISDAY  of March 15, 2009, one Simon Kolawole impliedly claimed to have been privy to a grand Nigerian conspiracy of an Imo variety where Professor Maurice Iwu, INEC and Ohakim got together somepla...
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BEFORE MAURICE IWU GOES, HEAR THIS

Written on March 15th, 2009 by
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BEFORE MAURICE IWU GOES, HEAR THIS.   By: Aloy Ejimakor   Now that elements of opposition politicians led by Barrister Femi Falana (SAN) of the NCP have taken the anti-Iwu (and anti-system) battle to the judiciary, let us pause a moment to hear some enduring home truths. It is only when th...
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REASONS WHY MAURICE IWU MUST STAY

Written on March 14th, 2009 by
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REASONS WHY MAURICE IWU MUST STAY   By: Aloy Ejimakor   It is becoming clear that for some of our politicians, contest for power in Nigeria is driven most by the unbridled desire to control the resources of the country. By contrast, if a politician is truly driven by the desire for public ...
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The Electoral Processes and the Imperatives of Electoral Reform in Nigeria

Written on March 3rd, 2009 by
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THE ELECTORAL PROCESSES AND THE IMPERATIVES OF ELECTORAL REFORM IN NIGERIA Lecture presented by Honourable Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC),Professor Maurice M. Iwu at the Senior Executive Course 31 of the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies,...
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Aloy Ejimakor's Interview to Nigerian Press, Feb 2009

Written on February 23rd, 2009 by
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Aloy Ejimakor is a Nigerian jurist based in America. He is the President of Organisation of Nigerian Lawyers in Diaspora (ONLID) and also of Nigerian Patriots in Diaspora (NPID). He traveled to Nigeria recently and granted an interview to members of the Press. Below is the text of the interview. A...
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Igboezuo State Best Represents the PARITY Nigerians Intended for Southeast

Written on October 14th, 2008 by
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Igboezuo State Best Represents the Party Nigerians Intended for Southeast � By: aloy ejimakor � Creation of a new state has always been a hot-button issue since the inception of Nigeria. The very first – the creation of two protectorates of North and South was by sheer colonial fiat and it...
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Reasons Why the Governorship Tribunal Ruling in Abia Cannot Stand: Part Three

Written on August 13th, 2008 by
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REASONS WHY THE GOVERNORSHIP TRIBUNAL RULING IN ABIA CANNOT STAND: Part Three   By: Aloy Ejimakor   On July 20, 2008, I honored an invitation by a group of American Lawyers who had converged on Washington from all corners of continental United States for a one-day seminar captioned ‘...
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Reasons Why Senate Committees’ Report of El-Rufai Cannot Stand

Written on July 12th, 2008 by
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Reasons Why Senate Committees' Report of El-Rufai Cannot Stand By: Aloy Ejimakor Recently, two separate senate committees on El-Rufai/FCT made public disclosures of their findings and conclusions from hearings and investigations of the past several weeks on El-Rufai’s handling of affairs of ...
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YAR'ADUA HAS SEPARATED THE REALITY FROM THE SLOGAN ON RULE OF LAW

Written on July 10th, 2008 by
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By: ALOY EJIMAKOR � Since the inception of organized constitutional democracy that brought government by dialogue and consent, nations and their leaders have tended to deploy plain old hypes, clich�s or slogans as selling points aimed at igniting and sustaining the tempo of public consci...
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