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ATTITUDE: ROBERT ADEYINKA ADEBAYO | A Patriot

Robert Adeyinka Adebayo: 1928 March 9 – 2017 March 8 Adeyinka: You were a man of principle. Despite all the anarchy, betrayals and cross-carpeting, you remained true to your ideals … Continue reading

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FEMALE SEXUALITY | How A Muslim Woman Entices A Man In Bed

We are about to penetrate an adult-only zone. Children and the feeble of mind: Please find some other publications to read on Umm Sulaim’s Thoughts. PROCEDURE ONE: The Unwritten But … Continue reading

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PETITION TO NIGERIA POLICE FORCE OVER GROSS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

My petition to Nigeria Police Force Complaints Response Unit ~ NPF-CRU: The Commissioner Of Police Sokoto State Command Sokoto PETITION ON HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS BY FOUR OFFICERS OF SOKOTO SCIID … Continue reading

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WHAT USAMAH BIN LADEN DID RIGHT

On Wednesday May 20, 2015, I downloaded the latest set of 150 letters from and to Usamah Bin Laden, which has been supposedly declassified* by the Office Of The Department … Continue reading

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PETITION TO DG STATE SERVICES ~SSS

I sent this email to the DGSS on Wednesday December 24, 2014. Certain information are here *’d for privacy. Director General Headquarters State Security Service Abuja Sir, PETITION AGAINST SSS … Continue reading

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MY INCARCERATION IN SOKOTO | Part I

DAY 16: Tuesday September 2, 2014. Around noon – Prisoners are not permitted to have a timepiece, and none except one of the female wardens wears a wristwatch, so my … Continue reading

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Eid Al-Fitr 1438 | Happiness To You And Yours

Salam, all. Have yourself a much deserved ecstatic and exhilarating Eid Al-Fitr. The Ramadhan of this year 1438 is the best I have experienced, as per my memories afford. The … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 37

At the end of week 37, there are only 15:50 hours between years 1 and 2. The percentage difference is 0.57%, with year 2 lagging. At this point, the daily … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 36

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 35

The deficit is now exactly 86 hours at 3.17%. Impressive! Day Average Over 35 Weeks: 2015/ 2016 = 11:04 hours; 2016/ 2017 = 10:43 hours Viewed differently in terms of … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 34

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 33

Subsided has the Niger Delta militancy previously blamed for the dismal performance of the power sector. Nevertheless, there has not been remarkable developments in the electricity supplied to our home. … Continue reading

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41 AND STILL FIT | PROUDLY OLD MAMA

My birthday, I have not marked in decades. This time, I felt I needed to rejoice in abundance. For one, in contrast to cultural perception that encourages women, especially above … Continue reading

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VOTER’S CARD | First Step To 2019 Elections

On Wednesday 2017 May 17, I registered to vote on Day 14 of the Continuous Voters Registration at the local government of my residence in Sokoto metropolis and received my … Continue reading

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HERDSMEN SOLUTIONS IN NIGERIA

Murders of Nigerian citizens, typically farmers, attributed to ‘Fulani’ cattle herders are reported in the media just about every other week. Lasting solutions to these crises, aside from identification, arrest … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 32

These are the comparative electricity hours collected over two years, as supplied to my residence. In the data below: 1. = Year 1 = 2015/ 2016 2. = Year 2 … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 31

At 31 weeks of the year 2016/ 2017, the deficit in energy distribution continues to reduce to 225 hours at 8.6% of last year’s [2015/ 2016] figures. Day Average Power … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 30

The difference in electricity supplied over 30 weeks between Year 1 [2015/ 2016] and Year 2 [2016/ 2017] has decreased to 264 hours of power, a ten percent ~10% drop … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 29

The first 29 weeks of 2016/ 2017 have a daily average electricity supply of 11 hours and lags the same period in 2015/ 2016 by 290 hours of power, i.e. … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 28

This year 2016/ 2017 has a deficit of 304 hours of electricity compared to 2015/ 2016 over the same period of 28 weeks. That is twelve percent ~12% down from … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 27

The difference in electricity supply between 2015/ 2016 and 2016/ 2017 is 341 hours with the current year lagging by 14%. Day Average Over 27 Weeks. 2015/ 2016 = 12:50 … Continue reading

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DAILY ELECTRICITY HOURS | Year 2 – Week 26

At the end of week 26 of 2016/ 2017, the deficit in energy supply has decreased to 364 hours at 15% of electricity supplied in the 26 weeks of the … Continue reading

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