Our Dear Army, Please Cool Temper By Dele Momodu

Fellow Nigerians, let me confess my admiration for security forces generally. It is not just because of the cleanliness and crispiness of their uniform or the famed discipline that they…

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Nkem Says: Every Rich Man Is Handsome (Or Not?)

Before you join me in psycho-analyzing the issue of a man’s “beauty” being subject to the weight of his pocket, let’s get one thing straight: Money is sexy as hell….

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Opinion: Buhari and the People of the Lie

So dry bones could still rise again? So corpses do walk? So “spot diagnosis” that can spot the dead from a far without medical prognosis could fail abysmally? So the…

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Diversification: Kwara Lawmakers’ proactive step towards achieving food security

The Kwara State House of Assembly, particularly the 8th Legislature, for the umpteenth time has not only proven its acumen in lawmaking business, but the members have on several occasions…

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Attempt to stop LASPOTECH Staff Unions’ Strike By Special Adviser On Education To Lagos State Governor Suffers Set Back

Kindly ignore the rumour making rounds in media that, an ex-parte order has been granted the state to force the suspension of the ongoing strike by the unions. This information…

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Youth impact on economic growth

-Dr/ Kayode Ajulo An important variable in determining the economic growth or development of a country is in how it affects the quality of life of the people within the…

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Cultural Re-Birth As A Panacea To Societal Evil: The Need For A New Path By Ass. Professor Temitope Olumuyiwa

A Lecture delivered at Okota Festival Arigidi-Akoko Ondo State Nigeria on the 21st of July 2017 by Ass. Professor Temitope Olumuyiwa Department of Linguistics & Languages, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko,…

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Aare Ona Kakanfo! The Untold Story of How MKO Abiola Was Nearly Prevented From Becoming the Generalissimo

Where were you in 1987? That was the year Oba Yesufu Oloyede Asanike, Olubadan of Ibadan made history. Olubadan installed Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola as the Bashorun of Ibadan. It…

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IBB’s New Bundle Of Joy Finally Arrives

A fine glass vase goes from treasure to trash, the moment it is broken. Fortunately, something else happens to Mohammed Babangida and Aisha Umma Wali. He picks up her pieces,…

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Re: Buruji’s Attack on OGD (Release)

My attention has been drawn to some needless, baseless and wild allegations against the person of the revered former Governor of Ogun State and my own Leader, Otunba Gbenga Daniel…

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Pray For Remi Surutu

It took me this long to be able to pen this message since I heard the death of Ayo,Remi Oshodi Popularly referred to as Remi Surutu’s first daughter. I spent…

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What Femi Falana has to say about Ango Abdullahi

“On May 23, 1986, four young people were killed at the Ahmadu Bello University. I am saying this because somebody has said we are supporting this quit notice. Prof. Ango…

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Bukola Saraki: Between CCT and EFCC

“I swear by the Almighty Allah to do justice. We are all human beings and not God, we must be fair and just,” – Umar Danladi Those were the words…

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Curious Fight Against Graft

By Kunle Somorin In the early days of his administration, President Muhammadu Buhari hit the nail on the head about how serious a problem corruption had become. “If we don’t…

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My Manchester Night of Terror

By Praise Davies It’s the type of heart-breaking bad news that our young hearts and minds cannot comprehend. Why must terrorists seeking attention make innocent children in concert halls their…

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Before They Set Nigeria Ablaze Again

Those fanning the embers of disunity would have no cause to pursue their agenda if the Buhari/Osinbajo magic endures. May God bless Nigeria.

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A senate with many firsts

Recently, the Eighth Senate clocked two years and the senators marked the day by devoting a special session to reviewing their activities in order to talk about what and what…

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Anti-Corruption: The Role of Media as a Change Agent

By Nuhu Ribadu I am happy to be in the midst of a gathering of journalists and media practitioners, today. I am especially glad that you chose to have us…

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