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Columnist: JOHN EGBEAZIEN OSHODI

President Buhari Should Issue An Executive Order To End The Use And Death Of Police As Private Security Guards And Itinerant Escorts

President Buhari Should Issue An Executive Order To End The Use And Death Of Police As Private Security Guards And Itinerant Escorts

Nov 25, 2022 | Feature Article

President Muhammadu Buhari, too many of our police officers have been killed over and over, not in regard to their p ...

Nov 24, 2022 | Feature Article

Every election cycle, an apparent rigged system produces winners. As usual, voter fraud and intimidation-related tal ...

Nov 22, 2022 | Feature Article

Some Nigerians, particularly his critics, doubt Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidentia ...

Nov 18, 2022 | Feature Article

Governor Charles Soludo of Anambra State has announced that the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, ...

Nov 17, 2022 | Feature Article

According to Mr. Yakubu Maikyua, the recent president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) the Minister of Women Af ...

Nov 7, 2022 | Feature Article

The Nigerian media reports that the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Olukayode Ariwoola, will in the coming days be ...

Oct 30, 2022 | Feature Article

In a recent headline in the media, titled Give Security, Terror Alerts To Police, Not General Public ndash; Inspec ...

Oct 30, 2022 | Feature Article

The African descendants of British North American slaves and colonists are overjoyed at the extraordinary rise of ...

Oct 28, 2022 | Feature Article

Alhaji Atiku Abubakar as the presidential candidate of the People rsquo;s Democratic Party (PDP), it is looking t ...

Sep 29, 2022 | Feature Article

In May of 2022, as widely reported by the media, the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, told Nigerians, I stand here be ...

Aug 8, 2022 | Feature Article

Rightly, speaking the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno recently stated that The truth is that no country ...

Aug 8, 2022 | Feature Article

Nigerians let Peter Obi take the presidential oath. Are you not tired? Just try him out. He is actively everywhere, ...

Aug 8, 2022 | Feature Article

Globally, one in eight women aged 18 to 60 worldwide is unmarried. 4.3 percent of women reach their forties without ...

Aug 6, 2022 | Feature Article

The Catholic World News of July 22, 2022, showed the following headline, In 2 months, 68 Christians are killed in N ...

Aug 3, 2022 | Feature Article

Terrorists from various locations and forest continue to attack across the country, including Abuja, the nation 39; ...

Aug 1, 2022 | Feature Article

In Florida, the state under the governorship of Ron DeSantis passed the Parental Rights in Education bill mdash;a la ...

About Author
John Egbeazien Oshodi, who was born in Uromi, Edo State in Nigeria to a father who served in the Nigeria police for 37 years, is an American-based Police/Prison Scientist and Forensic/Clinical/Legal Psychologist.

A government consultant on matters of forensic-clinical adult and child psychological services in the USA; Chief Educator and Clinician at the Transatlantic Enrichment and Refresher Institute, an Online Lifelong Center for Personal, Professional, and Career Development.

He is a former Interim Associate Dean/Assistant Professor at Broward College, Florida. The Founder of the Dr. John Egbeazien Oshodi Foundation, Center for Psychological Health and Behavioral Change in African Settings In 2011, he introduced State-of-the-Art Forensic Psychology into Nigeria through N.U.C and Nasarawa State University, where he served in the Department of Psychology as an Associate Professor.

He is currently a Virtual Behavioral Leadership Professor at ISCOM University, Republic of Benin. Founder of the proposed Transatlantic Egbeazien Open University (TEU) of Values and Ethics, a digital project of Truth, Ethics, and Openness. Over forty academic publications and creations, at least 200 public opinion pieces on African issues, and various books have been written by him.

He specializes in psycho-prescriptive writings regarding African institutional and governance issues.

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