Opinion

By Abubakar Ismail Let’s first look at the role of the media in politics. The media is supposed to be a medium where news and events is transmitted in its…

By Victor Ojelabi For the umpteenth time, Chief Tony Okoroji uses his weekly SATURDAY BREAKFAST with TONY OKOROJI on his Facebook page to affirm his innocence, promote his pedigree, sell…

This plantain rots away, you delude yourself claiming it’s ripening. The Copyright Society of Nigeria is a 9-year-old Collective Management Organization (CMO) that has shown the potential to succeed in…

Opinion

‘Audit COSON’ Vs ‘Stop Efe Omorogbe’ – Tragedy of the Nigerian Way

By Sunny Neji The relentless attacks on the person and reputation of Efe Omorogbe by those masquerading as defenders of “thousands of innocent Nigerian musicians” must be condemned by every…

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New dawn in Ekiti as Fayemi’s cabinet members named

By Victor Ojelabi Ekiti state undoubtedly has the most literate population in Nigeria. Put at about 99% of young adults, and often reckoned as the state with most professors per…

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The Daniel’s Cross By Yiseyon Agboyinu

One would need to think like the Biblical Daniel to be able to appreciate what must have been going on in his mind when he was, for no just cause,…

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The Lies and the Liars of the Election

By Senator Godswill Akpabio, CON There are three kinds of people. In the first category you have those who make things happen. In the second category you have those who…

Opinion

RIGHT OF REPLY: Law Mefor’s Treachery to Truth

A liar begins with making falsehood appear like truth, and ends with making truth itself appear like falsehood -William Shenstone Few hours ago, Mr. Law Mefor penned an opinion piece…

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My tribute to Chief James Onanefe Ibori – Duchess Onyekaah

That day the rumour nearly broke the internet: Chief James Onanefe Ibori has decamped to the ruling party, I was jolted and hit psychologically as if by a thunderbolt! Within…

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Fighting Corruption: Lessons From Kano and Ibadan

By Wole Arisekola Ibadan and Kano are not just the largest cities in Nigeria, they are the most politically advanced cities in Africa’s most populous nation. You may call them…

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Why It May be Sanwo-Olu on Saturday!

By Olawale Olaleye I’d followed the groundbreaking support for continuity in Lagos, which therefore throws up a very good chance for Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, candidate of the APC or suggests…

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Akinlade, the Ideal Choice!

By Olawale Olaleye Just before INEC calls in time on campaigns at midnight today, the responsibility of deconstructing the concept of objectivity and aligning right in a political bout has…

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Saraki: Kwarans define leadership

By Tunde Ajose The term leadership could simply be defined as exemplified between the good people of Kwara State and their leader, the Nigerian senate president, Bukola Saraki, especially due…

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Ogun 2019: Tinubu, a toothless lion

By Tunde Ajose Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu has been hailed in many quarters as being a ranging bull across the country especially the southwestern part of Nigeria. He has lived in…

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Ogun2019: Who are Tinubu and Adams in the gateway state?

By Tunde Ajose The emergence of President Muhammadu Buhari on the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC) in a state does not mean that the party’s gubernatorial candidate would have…

Opinion Politics

OPINION: No! APC was the opposition during Buhari’s first term

By Victor Ojelabi The All Progressive Congress, APC, won 2019 presidential election using three (3) strategies; pre, during and post 2019 election. The party started preparing for reelection from day…

Opinion

Voting For Peace And Progress By Ehi Braimah

It’s decision day for Nigerians as voting began this morning as early as 8.00 am at all polling units nationwide. Over 72 million Nigerians, according to the Independent National Electoral…

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What the word ‘Nigger’ actually meant to our ancestors

BY BRANDO SIMEO STARKEY A few years ago, I read slave narratives to explore the lives of black agricultural workers after the end of the Civil War. The narratives came…

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