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YORUBA ASSEMBLY MEMO TO PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE on NOVEMBER 1, 2013

Written on November 1st, 2013 by
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  YORUBA ASSEMBLY MEMO TO PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON NOVEMBER 1, 2013     MEMORANDUM   TO THE   PRESIDENTIAL CONSTITUTION CONFERENCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE   PREPARED AND SUBMITTED   BY     THE YORUBA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY   ...
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Subject national dialogue report to referendum, says Ohanaeze

Written on October 30th, 2013 by
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  Subject national dialogue report to referendum, says Ohanaeze Umbrella Igbo socio-cultural organisation Ohanaeze Ndigbo has insisted on equal representation of the six geo-political zones in the composition of the national dialogue. Ohanaeze, which presented its memorandum to the Nat...
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Controversial Demands Before National Confab

Written on October 27th, 2013 by
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    SUNDAY TRUST   October 27, 2013   Controversial Demands Before National Confab   Category: Lead stories Published on Sunday, 27 October 2013 05:02 Written by Fidelis Mac-Leva, Onimisi Alao, Jos, Tony Adibe, Enugu & Eyo Charles, Calabar      In his address ma...
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National confab: I was touched when the Fulani asked for protection – Col Tony Nyiam

Written on October 27th, 2013 by
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  October 27, 2013 National confab: I was touched when the Fulani asked for protection – Col Tony Nyiam   Category: Lead stories Published on Sunday, 27 October 2013 05:00 Written by Fidelis Mac-Leva, who was in Minna       Retired Col Tony Nyiam had been a frontline proponent ...
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‘Jonathan’s national confab, good diversion’ – Odumakin

Written on October 20th, 2013 by
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    ‘Jonathan’s national confab, good diversion’ Yinka Odumakin, the spokesman of Afenifere, the Yoruba apex socio-political group, in this interview with Assistant Politics Editor, Sunday, EMMA MADUABUCHI, says President Goodluck Jonathan has proven to be the only Nigerian l...
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Confab: PRONACO boss slumps, dies

Written on October 20th, 2013 by
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  THE NATION Confab: PRONACO boss slumps, dies Posted by: Dare Odufowokan in Featured, News 11 hours ago •Tinubu, Oodua groups mourn  CO-FOUNDER of the Pro National Conference Organisation (PRONACO), Baba Oluwide Omojola, yesterday slumped and died in his hotel room i...
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Okurounmu panel begins town hall meetings

Written on October 16th, 2013 by
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    S/N Town Political Zone Forum Date 2013 1 Akure  South-West Friday, October 18 2 Jos  North Central Monday, October 21 3 Minna  North Central Wednesday, October 23 4 Calabar  South-South Friday, October 25 5  Benin...
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National Conference Too Critical to be Left to the Flip-Flopping Presidency of Goodluck Jonathan – Bola Tinubu

Written on October 15th, 2013 by
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THE NATION NATIONAL CONFERENCE TOO CRITICAL TO BE LEFT TO THE FLIP-FLOPPING PRESIDENCY OF GOODLUCK JONATHAN  I remain an ardent supporter of SNC, but Jonathan must answer some questions -Bola Tinubu   Since I first made known my initial reaction to President Jonathan’s pr...
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Is Nigeria A Secular or Non-Secular State? Part 2

Written on May 25th, 2012 by
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Secularism in Other countries Even though not all legally secular states are truly secular in practice, few of them are secular to a greater extent. All countries of the world are multi-religious and as such secularism is seen as the only option to stamp out religious persecution and denial of the ...
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Is Nigeria A Secular or Non-Secular State?

Written on May 25th, 2012 by
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Section 101 of the Nigerian Constitution provides: “The Government of the Federation or of a State shall not adopt any religion as State Religion.” It is in the light of this constitutional provision that some people say – Nigeria is a secular state. As a matter of fact, the phrase ...
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