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Standing facts on their head

Reading through Steve Oliyide’s reaction to my article published in some national newspapers on July 12 and 13, gave me an initial feeling that at last, Nigerians will enjoy a…

Tackling examination malpractices in Nigeria

Examination malpractice can simply be referred to as a deliberate misconduct or improper practice or motive, before, during or after examinations with the aim of attaining good grades through dubious…

Sokoto and ‘sokoto’ trouser

By Chuks Iloegbunam In recent weeks, the major political parties have accused each other of hiring the services of foreign media advisers, to launder their images and make them eligible…

Adieu! Quintessential Dr. Femi Segun

Dr. FEMI SEGUN was a man that kept his star shining per second, his exotic and likeable character kept the moon rotating at the speed of an aircraft, he laid…

FCT Minister’s alleged 22 buses to Bauchi PDP

Recently, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), came out in full force and berated the FCT minister Senator Bala Mohammed for allegedly donating 22…

Education: Between man and objects in Ogun

By Steve Oliyide Obviously since the former governor of Ogun State raised an issue about the construction of bogus Model schools by his successor in office as a misplaced priority…

Petroleum Industry Bill: Need for adaptive reconciliation

By Emeka Chiakwelu The much debated and contentious Petroleum Industry Bill 2012 (PIB) is a quantum leap in the remaking of Nigeria’s oil and gas industry, if and when it…

The world’s blind eye towards Gaza

I might not be an expert on Middle East or an analyst on the various crises that has rocked the various Middle East nations over the years, but the fact…

The leaven of Ogun Pharisees

By Olusola Balogun “Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy…’’ was a timely warning from Jesus Christ to his disciples in ancient Rome. He didn’t leave his…

Aregbesola’s real ‘stomach infrastructure’

By Mike Ogundele The governorship election of June 20 in Ekiti State has come and gone. However, one development that lingers on in the aftermath is a new phrase that has…

Ojokoro: Let the people decide

Governance at whatever level is a serious business. It is in fact the most sensitive aspect of life and an aspect of humanity that should be handled with care and…

The rise of Osita Chidoka

By Edwin Ekene Uhara “Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them”– William Shakespeare As a student of the world, I have come to…

Helping girls worldwide requires a united stand

Helping girls worldwide requires a united stand

By Malala Yousafzai Birthdays are a time to move forward. We look back with gratitude on what has passed and decide that this year we will be even stronger. I…

Irate soldiers destruction of BRT buses: Before the bubble bursts

Since, the destruction of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti’s “Kalakuta Republic” in 1978, by the unknown soldiers, it has become the norm by the members of the Armed forces to engage in malicious…

We are not gluttons

The future of our generation to come begins from you and me. We need solid planning and sincere leaders that will rescue the masses for better tomorrow. We don’t need…

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