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MHNG Editorial Pick of the Week

According to United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), children in conflict zones around the world came under attack on a shocking scale throughout 2017 and have become frontline targets, used as human shields, killed, traumatised, maimed and recruited to fight. The multilateral agency further stated that apart from Nigeria’s North-East, the...

MHNG Editorial Pick of the Week

From indications, it is becoming obvious that the Kaduna State government and its teachers have a long battle ahead. The Governor, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, seem poised to return fire for fire as the teachers themselves threaten to embark on strike to make good their position that sack is not the...

MHNG Editorial Pick of the Week

The Body of Benchers may need to review its rules on who to admit as a barrister The controversy involving a female Law graduate, Ms Amasa Firdaus, who was recently denied a call to the Nigerian Bar for wearing a black Hijab, an apparel worn by Muslim women as a...

MHNG Editorial Pick of the Week

VERY early at the start of his tenure, President Muhammadu Buhari voluntarily promised to release the list of those he called looters. On 12th December 2015 the President said the only thing holding back the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, from publishing the list of those who looted Nigeria and...

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Though it is not clear if the striking oil industry workers have indeed called off the strike which partly led to the sudden return of fuel queues at filling stations in Lagos and around the country, that Nigerians are in pains occasioned by the sudden fuel scarcity is not in...

MHNG Editorial Pick of the Week

Human Rights Day is an international event celebrated every year to honour the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption and proclamation, on 10 December 1948, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the first global enunciation of human rights and one of the first major achievements of the new United...

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That a faithful implementation of the Whistleblower Policy of the Federal Government has to be challenged in court by supposed benefactors or beneficiaries barely a year after it was instituted poses a threat to the  continued  effectiveness and, therefore, usefulness of the  policy. Even worse,  the  credibility of the Federal...

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ALTHOUGH some religious cultures and state systems rooted in religion are still generally tolerant of practices that verge on slavery, the recent exposé by the CNN of thriving slave markets in Libya confirmed, to the shock of the civilised peoples of the world, the existence of this long abolished abominable...

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The heated debate over the incompetence or otherwise of the Nigeria Police Force will not subside anytime soon. At the weekend, three global think tanks confirmed the worst fears of Nigerians yet again  with a report that rated the country’s police as “the worst globally.” In response, the police authorities...

MHNG Editorial Pick of the Week

The discovery by the Italian authorities of the bodies of 26 Nigerian girls reportedly murdered on the Mediterranean Sea has triggered a public outpouring of anger, and illuminated the horror of irregular migration. Italian prosecutors were reportedly investigating the death of the victims, mostly teenagers, whose bodies were recovered at sea...

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