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By Dan Amor It would be recalled that The Guardian started off in 1983 as a distinct publication, very solid and dynamic, yet aesthetically illuminating. The editorials of the paper were works of craftsmanship and serious scholarship. Indeed, the Editorial Board could boast some of the best informed minds...

By Dan Amor One unique problem the beginner is faced with today is how to develop an idea for a story or a poem, or even an essay, of a considerably high...

By Dan Amor The game is up. We are midway into the climax. But there appears to be no rules for the game. Yet the players are jostling for action and attention....

By Dan Amor Is one of Nigeria’s prime states, not only because of its status as one of the core Niger Delta states that produce oil in large quantity...

By Dan Amor In culture and tourism, he is the  most supportive President in the Movie industry who provided a support fund of N3 billion for Nollywood....

By Dan Amor In the past six months of its stringent activism in the advocacy space during which it has successfully dwarfed all superlatives, the Transformation...

By Dan Amor As a mark of solidarity for the Goodluck Jonathan led Administration, the organised Private Sector in Nigeria Thursday July 31, 2014, once...

By Dan Amor As epitomized by our national culture in which we shamelessly advertise our greed and invidious penchant for disrespecting constituted authorities...

By Dan Amor Undoubtedly, the news of the transition to eternal glory of the urbane and cerebral teacher, Mr. Donatus Igbeng (KSM), frontline tutor, educationist,...

By Dan Amor Whereas it is sad that the Igbo and Yoruba have once more found themselves in an open show of shame, at least in the media, due to mismanagement...