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From the concept of Risqué Blackmail to Sacrilegious Laughter. Charlie Hebdo have had a tough voyage through the entrails of satirical publications. At the beginning, the magazine was a small journal without huge readership, but one with big punch given its controversial approach to news. Soon, the pages turned on to the Olympian height of fortune. After the January 7, 2015 massacre of 12 of the magazine's most celebrated cartoonists, Google's Media fund and several donors made sympathetic pledges to the medium. Now, its weakly print run of 60,000 have incredibly leapfrog to over 5million copies.


In any ideal nation of the world, it is always a noticeable and remarkable attribute of any political aspirant, especially for the office of the Presidency, to be an articulate individual with the ability to intelligently answer questions on topical national or international issues. The American people must have been conscious of something - that words are products of thoughts and that to a great extent, words determine actions. If that was a guess, they were never wrong. Lincoln, Kennedy and Obama are examples of what such a consciousness births, but only in an ideal nation.

Bad and good people want to become leaders in our country. Everyone is desperate for power; even the good ones want to get there by any means. Taking a look at the state of the nation, one can finally deduce that the ratio of good leaders to bad leaders that have ruled us would be around 1:9. A degrading Nigeria has been effectively achieved in every democratic dispense. Every term of leaders has its own bad sides always greater than their good side which has been placing Nigeria on a pedestrian of underdevelopment and retarded growth.



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