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Deen Adavize is a Researcher and trained multimedia Journalist | deenadavize@gmail.com

Hon. Aminu Obiyo: Sunset At Noon

Honorable Aminu Obiyo is a humble, visionary and well-bred young Ebira politician with a refined mind. He played politics without rancoure.

Social Media, Fake News And 2019 Elections, By Deen Adavize

The rapidly evolving technology and the changing media landscape have reshaped communication mechanism to be instant, participatory, and global in scale. This modern communication...

Facebook, A Hidden Toxic To Meaningful Life, By Deen Adavize

Recently, one of my friends deleted his account with Facebook and quit the platform. I inquired, what could have informed his decision to quit....

Gov Yahaya Bello’s 2 Years: Feats And Flaws, By Deen Adavize

Tomorrow, January 27, it would be exactly two years since Alhaji Yahaya Adoza Bello was sworn-in as governor of Kogi State. Ever since he was...

Between Hate Speech And Criticism, By Deen Adavize

When President Buhari declared last month that the debate for restructuring of the country is in order but that those who were using it...

A Look Into The Plight Of Rohingya Muslims As World Leaders Gather In New...

“Humans are all the same, religions do not make us different… We are all human and all born equal” - anonymous. The gory images coming...

Nnamdi Kanu’s IPOB, A Reincarnation Of Boko Haram? By Deen Adavize

Not long ago, while I was waiting to be called for the National Youth Service Scheme (NYSC), my brother, who had graduated before me...

As Gov Bello Crushes Criminals, Kidnappers In Kogi, By Deen Adavize

There is no doubt that Kogi state is on the path of development. Since his assumption as the fourth executive governor of the confluence...

Repositioning NYSC For Industrial Revolution In Nigeria, By Deen Adavize

The National Youth Service Scheme (NYSC) was established in 1973 by the General Yakubu Gowon military administration as a mechanism to promote national integration...

Sorry Igala Vanguard, It’s Too Early To Cry, By Deen Adavize

I read with profound sadness, the recent self-disgraceful open letter to Ohinoyi of Ebiraland, His Royal Highness, Dr. Ado Ibrahim, by a faceless group...
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