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Nigeria@57: Numbers That Tell The Nation's Story - CHANNELS TELEVISION

As Nigeria celebrates 57th year of independence, here are some great numbers that tell part of the story of the country. 1 – Number of Interim Presidents – Lawyer and Politician Ernest Shonekan was appointed as the interim president of Nigeria on ...and more »

Only dialogue, renegotiation can save us —IBB, Anyaoku, Agbakoba, Others - NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has again talked tough against those he described as highly irresponsible groups calling for the dismemberment of the country, saying his government would not tolerate such advocacy. In his national broadcast ...and more »

Nigeria @57: Unforgettable happenings in Nigeria [1960- 2017] - TheNewsGuru

As Nigeria marks its 57th independence anniversary today, TheNewsGuru.com has compiled some of the major happenings in the country, between October 1, 1960 which marks the birth of Nigeria as an Independent nation till date. 1. July 1960: Sir Adesoji ...and more »

Nigeria at 57: IBB urges Nigerians to embrace dialogue in resolving challenges - Vanguard

Former Military President, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) (rtd), has urged Nigerians to embrace dialogue in resolving the country's challenges in order to ensure peace and development. Babangida made the remark on Saturday in Minna to mark ...and more »

Nigeria's missed opportunities in nation-building - BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (blog)

In spite of several decades of mouthing the slogan 'One Nigeria', and notwithstanding the grandstanding by successive governments since independence that the unity of Nigeria is not negotiable, one does not need to consult a soothsayer or gaze into the ...and more »

IBB finally speaks on conflicts, agitations in Nigeria - Daily Post Nigeria

As Nigeria marks her 57th Independence anniversary, former Military President, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, IBB, has urged all Nigerians to always embrace peace and dialogue as they are antidotes for conflict resolution. He said even though the ...and more »