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This registration is another fraud of our time!
Written by Nigerian News Editorial   
Mar 16, 2011 at 05:11 AM

We at the NigerianNews have endeavoured to stay out of  the political fray in this coming April election, and we hope pointing out an obvious lie cannot be ascribed to politics. These are what are known:

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Political Profile of Irrational Voters
Written by Anthony A. Kila, Nigerian News   
Mar 11, 2011 at 02:18 AM


There are roughly two categories of people involved in any electoral process. In the first category we have the very few that actively seek office and each one works to get as much vote as he or she can get; these are the candidates. By the way, the word candidate comes from candid?tus (in Latin dressed in white) because in ancient Rome, those seeking office were dressed in white togas. The second category is made of the very many who have to vote for the very few in the first category, they are the voters and each voter has only one vote to manage

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Electoral Scorecard for Rational Citizens
Written by Anthony A. Kila, Nigerian News Special   
Feb 28, 2011 at 02:55 PM


We now know the names of all the candidates that will be contesting in the forthcoming elections, we also know who their running mates will be. A point needs to be made immediately about these candidates: unlike what we have seen for too long in Nigeria, those running for elections this time around are doing so because they explicitly want to do so.

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Last Updated ( Feb 28, 2011 at 02:56 PM )
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