The Chief Judge of Akwa Ibom State, Justice Ekaete Obot, has been dragged to court by the jailed Human Rights Lawyer in the state, Mr. Inibehe Effiong.
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The lack of good governance of natural resources is resulting in untold economic consequences as mining host communities continue to grapple with loss of farmlands, source of livelihoods and water.
The government must take bold steps to ensure ethical mining practices across the communities in Nigeria.

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The Section 14 (2B) of our constitution states that "....the security and welfare of the people shall be the primary purpose of government.."

Better to wait 8 hours to #GETYOURPVC than another 8 years to be in "Prison".
Remember, Sunday, 31st July 2022 is the deadline for the Continuous Voter Registration exercise, as announced by @inecnigeria
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Wealth and income inequalities in West Africa are staggering. West Africa houses three of the ten wealthiest countries in Africa.
In 2017, wealth held by individuals in West Africa’s wealthiest economy, Nigeria, exceeded US$250 billion. Individual wealth held by the second largest economy in the sub-region, Ghana, exceeds US$60bn.
A large part of this wealth is derived from natural resources. The inequities in the distribution of this wealth are stark.
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