Opinion

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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The Great Example of Ahmadu Bello University

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NIGERIANS, BEWARE OF ANTI DEMOCRATIC ELEMENTS ON THE PROWL

By Nelson Ekujumi The June 12 Coalition of Democratic Formations (J12CODEF) like other progressive pro people interests, frowns at the recent meeting of the three musketeers at the Minna, hilltop residence of former head of state Gen. Ibrahim Babangida(Rtd.) to purportedly discuss the state of the nation as reported in the media.

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Deputy Senate President Ekweremadu Cheap Blackmail Against EFCC as Legislative Rascality

By Nelson Ekujumi Just this evening on a national TV station at 10pm, one watched the PDP caucus of the national assembly alleged that the Presidency using the EFCC wants to arrest deputy senate President, senator Ike Ekweremadu and all other former PDP governors who are now senators as well as dissenting voices in the APC.

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The search for Peter Obi

By Dare Babarinsa One of the problems confronting Nigerian first generation of leaders was where to find suitable persons to occupy posts hitherto occupied by British citizens. This was the situation in both the public and private sectors. In many companies, especially those that originated from England and other European countries, it took years before Nigerians gained entrance into the ...

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Dear Nigerian Youths, Life Is About Struggle, Betrayer’s Tag Is Blackmail

By Maxwell Adeyemi Adeleye Class Struggle, as posited by Karl Marx, means fight against slavery. It connote Fight for FREEDOM from SLAVERY and EXPLOITATION. Through the class struggle, the earth moved from Ancient Communism/slavery to Feudalism, now Capitalism while Socialism is already knocking at the door step of capitalism.

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University as domain of Sadducees and Philistines.

By Owei Lakemfa The Covenant University, Sango Ota, is like most of the private universities established by religious missions, one of the costliest in the country.

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Emekus; The Frustrations of Young Nigerian Professional

By Blessing Akinsehinwa    ‘Mekus Mekus’, ‘Emekus my man’, ‘My guy open door nau, I know say you dey dis house’. The wooden door opened slowly, and there he was standing by the door wearing a long face, looking downcast and dejected. ‘Ahnahn, Emeka. Guy wetin do you. You dey so? I dey pass for dis your area come say ...

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Anthony Joshua & trail of success

By Olasunkanmi Surajdeen Some years back, our very own Samuel Peter was here, we rooted for him unanimously, last night, we rooted for Anthony Joshua the same way.

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Buhari’s health and challenge of leadership

By Gani Kayode Balogun. (GKB)Jnr. For the better part of his young presidency, Muhamadu Buhari has battled with ill health.

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