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NO! THE YOUTHS ARE NOT COWARDS

By Steven Atogi They travelled through mother Africa’s womb and were birthed after nine months, in a time of economic turmoil. A time where those who had free education made education inaccessible to all citizens, rather a privilege patronized by …

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Orkuma Hembe wrote;

I don’t get to hear much from Ameachi Rotimi and Elrufai these days. Anambra, Ekiti elections, Elrufai’s DSS invitation, Kano Emirate appointment etc. They were all over every where but I didn’t hear any of them attempt to visit Adamawa …

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What, another doctors’ strike?

By Dr Abdul   With due respect to my teachers, senior colleagues and colleagues, the call for downing of tool by the doctors is needless having read the ratio in which the strike was called upon. Over the years, having …

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ON THE VERGE OF SUBVERSION By Chuks Akamadu

Mr. Martin Meredith’s State of Africa made an interesting read. It’s actually a fascinating account of how African statesmen squandered every hope and capability of greatness that post-colonial Africa had without leaving a shred. From Patrice Lumumba to Kwame Nkrumah; …

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Dele Momodu and the mockery of patriotism

By Simeon Nwakaudu   Dele Momodu’s column in Thisday Newspapers, Pendulum, has become a platform that he freely uses to mock the collective will of Nigerians and weekly cast aspersions on President Goodluck Jonathan.   After woefully losing the 2011 …

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Why plot against Jonathan will fail

NO single human has defined the treachery of Nigerian politics than President Goodluck Jonathan. For some uncanny reasons, Jonathan has become the prime target of a legion of treacherous politicians massing like garrisons in a war-ragged zone. The All Progressives …

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Ekiti: Some Hard Lessons For The APC

  PRESS STATEMENT BY FEMI FANI-KAYODE There  are three things that Ayo Fayose told me during a lively and prolonged discussion in my hotel suite at the Ideal Nest Hotel in Osogbo, Osun state a few months ago.  The first …

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All eyes on Ekiti

By Bola Tinubu With today’s election, Ekiti State has become the epicenter of Nigerian electoral politics. Here, the major political fault lines converge into a great foreshadowing. Fateful questions not only about Ekiti but about the course of our nation …

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