Body Bombers: By Patrick Nwadike

From Pinjher, we flew to Talum. The flight was bumpy but to my amazement, all the soldiers slept as soon as the copter took off, bodies bumping bodies as the fight jerked on. The noise from the copter blade kept me awake all through the three hours flight, that is, besides the jerking. Fifteen minutes to dropping, the soldiers woke, cleared their eyes, checked their kits and began to parachute.

At 49, the world is passing us by - By Reuben Abati

By this time next week, Nigeria would have celebrated its 49th anniversary as an independent nation: there will be speeches, prayer sessions, the same old hollow rituals. Almost immediately after, you may expect talks about Nigeria at 50, the landmark, golden anniversary that is bound to come up in October 2010.

UNIBEN - TO BE OR NOT TO BE? by P O UADIA

It is no longer news that the University of Benin has been embroiled in a crisis of monumental proportions since the past six months over the selection of a substantive Vice-Chancellor. However, it must be brought to the fore that the current crisis goes beyond the selection of a Vice-Chancellor.

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