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Is Omatseye still in touch? 

By.Dr.Mrs. Magdalyne Dura Sam Oritsetimeyin Omatseye is one of the journalists that is supposed to be a protege and ambassador of the golden age in our journalism history that thrilled us. That age, which was tutored by the Newswatch and …

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CP Singham and the Price of Integrity!

By Dr  Nuruddeen Muhammad Let me start by confessing that l am a huge fan of Singham. First, he irrevocably won my heart with his actionable rhetoric on drugs. He led an onslaught on the tripod upon which drugs use …

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The prominent Non-Governmental organisation- HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has upbraided the acting Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu for dereliction of duty tantamount to criminal negligence which must not go unpunished for permitting armed thugs of political …

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11 Takeaways from Osun Tribunal Ruling

1. A key outcome is that Senator Ademola Adeleke is fully qualified to contest and occupy the office of governorship or any other offices.The tribunal holds that the respondents did not prove their allegations that Senator Adeleke is not qualified …

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Gun-point and bullion van democracy 

By KASSIM AFEGBUA There is something melancholic about the mentality of an average Nigerian. I was almost tempted to say a black man, but it will be inappropriate to generalise it to such oceanic spread. But just to make the …

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The President’s Hardened Heart

By Femi Fani-Kayode When a President hardens his heart to reason and resorts to terrorising and killing his own citizens, when he is prepared to do anything, including turning a blind eye to mass murder, ethnic cleansing and genocide, in …

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