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OPINION: KEMI ADEOSUN, A POSTSCRIPT

By Yemi Ajayi Finally and with no place to hide any further, Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, had no choice than to quit on September 14, 2018. For over 60 days, she had defiantly ridden the storm, given cover and encouragement by accomplices in top government positions, including a …

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BORNO 2019: ADAMU DIBAL GOT IT ALL WRONG ON MODU SHERIFF’

By Baba Kabiru, Abuja  There are indications that, the former Borno state deputy governor, Alhaji Adamu Shettima Yuguda Dibal may have in his usual characteristic stoob low again to his former boss Senator Ali Modu Sheriff. Checks, already within the political firmament reveal that, Dibal may have been used by some strong …

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2019: WHY NIGERIANS NEED TO SHINE THEIR EYES

By Emmanuel Ekwueme   The old saying that what an elderly man sees while sitting down will not be seen by a young man standing up has been playing out in Nigeria’s contemporary politics.   When interpreted the adage simply means that experience and wisdom are not picked on the …

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WHEN THE RAIN THAT BEATS THE EAGLE MAKES IT GLOW

By Emmanuel Ugoji One lesson that history teaches mankind is to look before leaping. When extrapolated in real terms, it means that a person or group should think, strategize, and review strategy, test run before acting or implementing. The whole idea is to avoid mistakes of the past as well …

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FILLING THE GAP IN 2019

By Azibola Omekwe Georges Benjamin Clemenceau came to power in France in 1917. That was when the First World War was full blown. But how did the world war start? Very simple! Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was murdered and that was all. Some events that led to world wars …

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PMB AT ICC: PROUD TO BE NIGERIAN

by Femi Adesina  I’ve seen him address the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). Seen him speak at AU (African Union) summits. Seen him address the European Parliament at Salzburg, France. Watched him speak to the world a number of times at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). And …

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ABUSE OF OFFICE: MEMO TO VP YEMI OSINBAJO

Your Excellency, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, You have, no doubt, a reputation to protect against agencies under your supervisions that are engaged in unethical practices and gross misconduct including corruption, nepotism and victimizations of civil servants while dropping your name in their misdemeanour.   As a respected Pastor of the Redeemed …

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FOUR WAYS TO OVERCOME SMARTPHONE ADDICTION

That we are living in an age of near constant digital distraction is now old news. By this point, you have no doubt read about the studies linking the devices in your pocket to diminished happiness, focus, productivity and cognitive performance. You have also likely heard that the urge to pick up …

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