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By Bashir Ibrahim Hassan Below Letter (Fashola) “You see, this job is a tough job. When I took this job, at the age of 44, I was counting the number of white hair on my head. Today, at 52, I am counting the number of black hair on my head”- Fashola  Babatunde Fashola In a few days’ time, the impressive...

LIKE I have always said, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan of Nigeria is a good man. His administration will be ending on 29th May 2015. But please Sir,...

History, they say, is subjective. It takes on the life of whoever is writing it. But there are some events that will always be viewed from the standpoint...

Sexual, racial, gender violence and other forms of discrimination and violence in a culture cannot be eliminated without changing (modifying) culture....

By Sam Ekpe   A recurrent feature of the politics of our dear country is petition writing at all levels of government – local government, state...

By Susan Olije   Very soon, the Nigeria Youth Service Corps, NYSC, will be passing out a crop of new corps members. The big question, however, is:...

Kebbi Sate is lagging far behind in terms of development, being it infrastructural or otherwise. The outgoing administration under the leadership of Saidu...

By Prince Chima Williams.   My personal experience with Senior Oronto Douglas – a brother, comrade, friend and colleague aptly qualifies him...

I was moved after watching the stabbing, slaughtering, stoning and burning of Nigerians and other immigrants in South Africa by South Africans. From the...

By Dele Akinola   “There’s no stopping me until I have put a church within five minutes of everyman’s reach.” That powerful ministration was...