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Allegory of a Waterlogged Country

By Emmanuel Onwubiko   Today’s (Friday September 21st 2018) mainstream newspapers competed amongst themselves on which should decorate their front pages with photograph of the vice president Professor Yemi Osinbanjo and the governor of Anambra state Chief Willie Obiano paddling a …

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WHY DO WE PREPARE PEANUTS  ?

One of the reasons why some of our elected political office holders do not care about the welfare of the electorates/constituents  after election is because of the activities of some sycophants who would always sing praises of them , even …

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THIS WAS CERTAINLY NOT AN ELECTION

▪OSUN IS THE LAST BRIDGE OF TOERANCE …INEC and APC will be making 1983 Electoral crisis a child’s play if they act like this in 2019 The Secretariat of the Coalition of United Political Parties is worried that the Independent …

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Key Take-Aways from Osun 2018

By Simeon Nwakaudu I have said a lot about about the Osun State Governorship Election which will be concluded on September 27, 2018. But I want to share my views on what  I consider the key Take-Aways  from the political …

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THE OSUN ELECTION AND MATTERS ARISING!

By Kenneth Ikonne The legality of the declaration by the State Returning Officer of the Osun State Governorship election as inconclusive, on the ground of the purported cancellation of results of some polling units, will depend on the particular INEC …

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Osun: Bye-bye to Propaganda 

 By Nat Apir The Osun State Governorship election was indeed too close to call – with this down to the wire outcome it is very obvious that we have learnt from the Ekiti fiasco. We can do it – Lagos …

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AN APPEAL TO MY DEAR ASIWAJU BOLA AHMED TINUBU

By Dele Momodu My dear Asiwaju, I pray my letter meets you and yours in fantastic spirit. It has almost become a tradition for me to write, or openly express my views, to you periodically on political issues, since about …

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