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    The motion was approved by the Speaker of the House, Chukwuma Nwa...


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    Written on Friday, 20 February 2015 02:37 in Parliament
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    Jonathan and the Ekiti rigging allegations President Goodluck Jonathan, the haunting powers of Captain Sagir Koli, a Nigerian military intelligence officer, could result in you carrying around a load of guilt in both your states of awakenness and dreams regarding the recorded Ekiti rigging matter. It could even make you emotionally, spiritually and physically challenged until you personally confront this matter on behalf of our emerging democracy. Just the other day in your interview with a U.S. newspaper, Wall Street Journal, on the question of the…
    Written on Thursday, 19 February 2015 02:10 in Parliament
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    By Dr. John Egbeazien Oshodi: Does Police Officer Mbu Need Emergency Psychological Assessment and Treatment? The Nigerian Police is in dire need of intense psychological screening, followed by psychological certification for potential and already-serving uniformed men and women, judging by another set of recent unreasonable words from Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Joseph Mbu, in Abeokuta during an official visit to the Ogun State Police Command headquarters. The Inspector-General of Police, Suleiman Abba, remains openly aware of the way Mbu thinks and acts, yet he posted him to the South West of Nigeria, an area known…
    Written on Thursday, 19 February 2015 01:37 in Parliament


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