Opinion

Let The gods Resolve The Seeming Royal Snub/Feud

Let The gods Resolve The Seeming Royal Snub/Feud Since the video went viral some couple of days ago about how the Olowo Eko, Oba Rilwan Akiolu, the Oba of Lagos seemingly snubbed the handshake from the Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi at a public function, a lot of commentators have gone to town joining issues on what is obviously ...

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Nnamdi Kanu Bail Conditions and Ohaneze Response

Nnamdi Kanu Bail Conditions and Ohaneze Response I just heard with one ear that Ohaneze is kicking against the bail conditions granted Nnamdi Kanu by the court yesterday and I wonder?

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Why Oba Akiolu is correct and right to disrespect Ooni of Ife walai tala

Why Oba Akiolu is correct and right to disrespect Ooni of Ife walai talai By Wale Ojo Lanre I have watched the video where Oba Akiolu of Lagos threw it’s royal sensibilities into the winds ,

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The empty life

by TOLA ADENIYI I am not going to talk about heroic figures whose names have continued to resonate in public discourse and in spaces far beyond their places of birth.

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Ikoyigate latest and the conspiracy silence of Wike, Fayose and FFK

Following the EFCC discovery and recovery of about $43 million from a private apartment in Ikoyi, Lagos state recently, tongues started wagging as to the identity of the owner or owners in view of other discoveries without ownership in Kaduna airport, Legico shopping mall, Balogun market, etc.

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Celebrating a Royal Gem: Bob-Manuel Udokwu

By Rachel Okporu Veterran Nollywood actor, director, producer and politician Bob-Manuel Udokwu is a year older today. He is a native of Idemmili North local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. Who prides himself as having come from the same town as the literary legend Chinua Achebe.

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LAGOS @50

    No doubt, that the whole city is agog and every single person can attest that Lagos is in a joyous, celebratory mood of its landmark anniversary. As a home for all and sundry, the golden jubilee anniversary of Lagos is pertinent to all.

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History, not Ekpu’s verdict, will be kind to Aregbesola

I have been reading Ray Ekpu’s column since the 1970s when he was at the Daily Times and I literarily went with him as his journalism career coursed through National Concord before berthing at Newswatch. I was embittered when the Newswatch dream died and became happy again when he started writing for The Guardian.

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Tinubu: A political colossus continues his dancing steps

Idowu Ajanaku “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader” —John Quincy Adams Questions have always been asked, over the centuries, about the secret ingredients that make up the pot pourri of political leadership, especially with regard to those who dictate the affairs of men and materials. While William ...

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Justice for all in the land of the virtuous

The peace and serenity of Sabo, a section of this ancient city of Ile Ife was shattered when violence erupted among some hoodlums, leading regrettably to loss of lives and destruction of property. May the souls of the departed find eternal repose and may the peace of the Almighty God reign supreme in Osun and in our nation.

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