Opinion

Biafrians are free to go

By Oluwakayode Olumide Ogundamisi Failure is free, success comes with a price tag. Biafran activists so overplayed their hands, pushing ?? into a mood of “OYA COME AND GO!”

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Are we not breeding more Evans?

By Lateef Adedigba I don’t know whether I belong to the majority or minority School of thought in terms of our ways and manner of using social media platforms.

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Senator Mudashiru Hussein: A prize for loyalty

Senator Mudashiru Hussein: A prize for loyalty By Tunde Oladunjoye The above heading is suggestive of a ceremonial prize or instituted award. However, this write-up is not too far from it, as it is on reward for a humble political actor and party loyalist, Senator Hussein Oyetunde Mudashiru.

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Metamorphosis of street Begging: The Nigeria Example

Blackface Media Correspondent, Rachel Okporu, in this all-encompassing article, analyzed the activities of street beggars in Nigeria using Lagos, the commercial headquarters of the federation as an example. She affirmed that from direct and indirect observations, many Nigerians have adopted begging as their chosen career thereby leading to insecurity. She appealed to government at all levels to ensure that steps are ...

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Northern Youth Groups Threat Notice, Nigerians be vigilant

By Nelson Ekujumi Just like millions of Nigerians and lovers of peace, harmonious cohabitation and relations of people across the world, yours sincerely was taken aback by the crude, irresponsible, provocative, reckless and invitation to anarchy threat by some youth groups which claimed to represent the the interest of the people of northern region of Nigeria.

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Governors Nyesom and Ayo Fayose As the New Face of Nigeria’s Opposition Politics

Since the PDP lost the 2015 general elections to the APC, the role of the opposition which is indispensable in a democracy has been redefined by governors Nyesom Wike of Rivers and Ayo Fayose of Ekiti states as the arrowhead with their infantile tantrums and theatrics which is a great disservice to the responsibility and responsiveness of opposition politics in ...

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Ogbeni @ 60: The Power of Conviction

By Semiu Okanlawon Early in the life of his administration, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola brought up a video for those he believed were going to play critical roles in the implementation of his development agenda. It was a video on Bogota, the once decrepit, dreaded slummy province of Columbia.

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The ban on Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS) on Lagos roads and Matters Arising

By Nelson Ekujumi Following Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s announcement of the ban of Vehicle Inspection Service officials (VIS) from Lagos roads at the public commissioning of the Ojodu Berger bus stop pedestrian bridges, a lay by and a slip road some few days ago, the public space has been awash with divergent comments on the proprietary or otherwise of the government’s ...

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The Largeness Of Aregbesola In Osun, Lagos And Nigeria

Our progenitor, the great Oranmiyan who has become a phenomenon in Yorubaland traversing the old Oyo empire up to the present day Ile Ife was a Prince, a King, warrior and custodian of cultural authority during his heroic days. Many centuries after he left, another symbol of peace, progress and prosperity for the Yoruba race emanated with unquenchable zeal, implosive ...

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DR. AYODELE FAYOSE, CHIBOK GIRLS AND OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

DR. AYODELE FAYOSE, CHIBOK GIRLS AND OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM I listened with rapt attention, although by accident or co-incidence, the discourse on the issues raised by the Governor of Ekiti State , Dr Ayodele Fayose as it concerns the 82 Chibok Girls which were just negotiatedly released by the Federal Government from the Boko Haram terrorist group.

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