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The Giant Speaks: A Country’s Independence and Democracy

The Giant Speaks: A Country’s Independence and Democracy

It was 1960. The world waited with bated breath as Nigeria shook off the shackles of colonialism and walked tall into her independence. The Federal Republic of Nigeria was born after much ado. Her future beamed bright and fair, and her leaders proudly stepped forward, ready ...

Jennifer Nkem-Eneanya

May 29th, 2013

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Savvy’s Opinions: Saka and the Rest of Us…

Savvy’s Opinions: Saka and the Rest of Us…

Recently the Nigerian Communications Commission announced that consumers now had the freedom to switch to different networks of their choice while still maintaining their original phone numbers. This idea was initiated in an attempt to address the incessant network failure ...

John Offiong [SAVVY]

May 17th, 2013

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Savvy’s Opinions: Wastage on Pilgrimages

Savvy’s Opinions: Wastage on Pilgrimages

Nigeria is one country that never ceases to amaze me. Every day is filled with dramatic events powered by actors that would make movie legends like Mel Gibson go green in envy; if not how do you explain a gigantic naval ship disappearing into the blue sea like a needle in ...

John Offiong [SAVVY]

May 10th, 2013

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Meet the World’s Poorest President

Meet the World’s Poorest President

Corruption is without doubt Nigeria’s biggest problem. In fact, the many societal, political and of course economic ills and vices that bedevil us today have their roots in corruption. In 2012, Transparency International (TI) conducted a survey on corrupt countries in ...

John Offiong [SAVVY]

April 26th, 2013

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World Day Against the Death Penalty

World Day Against the Death Penalty

Today, the 10th of October 2012 is the World Day against Death penalty. Do you know that each time a person is sentenced to death the entire society and justice system could have sentenced an innocent man? Do you know that the death penalty gives no room for correction and ...

Jennifer Nkem-Eneanya

October 10th, 2012

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THE LYNCHING

THE LYNCHING

Konnect Africa commiserates with the families of the four boys lynched and killed by an angry mob in Rivers State, Nigeria. We condemn the perpetrators of this dastardly and inhuman act and join other well meaning Nigerians to seek justice for the victims. They should have ...

Konnect Africa

October 8th, 2012

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