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Originally posted on The Blog of The Re-Enlightenment:
If corporations can care enough to plant a few trees, they can care enough to defend free speech. It’s tempting to think of corporations as living, breathing entities and consequently to project human qualities onto them. We are so accustomed to hearing and talking about a corporation’s “culture”…
The Egyptian people deserve our congratulations and admiration. Their 16 month Arab Spring revolt has finally led to the emergence of their first democratically elected President. The resolve they showed at Tahrir Square was an unequivocal demonstration that they are well prepared for the hazards that accompany the long walk to freedom. There is still […]
The Purported Bomb Explosion In Okene: A Conspiracy Against The Prevailing Peace In Ebiraland By Ebira Unity Association
In recent time the central senatorial district of Kogi state (Ebiraland) has been vulnerable to all forms of accusation, infiltration and intimidation by some people in taking advantage of the recurrent restiveness in the area amidst un-ending security challenge in Nigeria. However, since the inception of the said dreaded Boko Haram insurgency in the country, […]
Courageous youths in Rigasa, the volatile community in Kaduna State, this morning chased and captured two gunmen who allegedly specialize in killing security operatives and traditional rulers in the area. One of the youths involved called the New York office of SaharaReporters with the story, which was then confirmed by a senior security operative. The […]