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We have no leaders but demagogues

Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, and NNPC Group Managing Director, Dr Maikanti Baru...are they leaders?

*That our youths may not be blamed tomorrow From Jerome-Mario Utomi In a conventional conversation, it is a general belief that the habit of sitting on the fence may not be the best decision. But in an applied sense, it avails one the vintage opportunity to view the two sides …

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Dstv and its demonic plan to kill Tstv

TELCOM Satellites TV (TSTV)...ogbonge

*Nigerians, this new baby must not die We must all build national unity, build all revolutionary forces, into one powerful wave to sweep away our main enemy, political imperialism and economic imperialism. Sukarno: Whatever guts and arrogance popular satellite television DSTV had many years ago died completely two weeks ago in …

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Who becomes Kwara Governor in 2019?

Abdulfatah Ahmed and Bukola Saraki. Who rules Kwara next?

*Current leaders have no covenant with the people From Tunde Mohammed It is not pleasurable to read minds. And because of its attendant challenges, I have never been a good reader of minds. Upon this, I cannot unequivocally vow for those that seek leadership positions what motivate them. It is …

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Kano Gov, Ganduje, also muscles journalists?

Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje...journalists

*Journalists are now cowards, they can’t defend themselves From Alhassan A. Bala “Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I will not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.” This was a statement by Lord Northclift on …

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Deconstructing  Delta  Local Government  polls

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State

*Apathy and complacency demonstrated by the electorates From Jerome-Mario Utomi The sleepy political landscape of Delta State has very recently become a beehive of activities.  This development, however, should not be a surprise to many as the Delta State Government recently announced its readiness to conduct the local council poll …

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Presidential Task Force: Abba Yola carpets Dalung

Solomon Dalung...gets ungraiding from Abba Yola

*Mischief more in his issue than facts It’s a fact we all know and are happy that Nigeria will be in Russia for the 2018 senior men’s World Cup finals. But then must the Hon minister speak on what he has no knowledge of just because he wants to score …

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Ogun 2019: Your portfolio will count with the people

Senator Ibikunle Amosun Ogun State governor

*Shock awaits many politicians in the 2019 elections From Uzoma Ngozi Earlier this year, the media was awash with news that the APC in Ogun State had zoned the governorship slot to a section of the state ahead of 2019 gubernatorial elections. As interesting as it may sound, politicians need …

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Tatalo Alamu: Remembering Adekunle Ajasin

Chief Michael Adekunle Ajasin

*The gentle giant of Action Group Once again dark clouds are gathering over the Nigerian polity. There is a growing feeling of disillusionment and disenchantment among the most articulate sections of the polity. When there is recession, there can be no recess or rest for the writer. This morning, this …

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Can we start work and pray today

Prof Abel Idowu Olayinka...work and pray

*We need a new orientation From Abel Olayinka After independence, in order to build a great nation, each country of the world went to “work.” In Nigeria, after our independence in 1960, our people went to “pray” and fast, but we were taught to “work and pray” So, while we …

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Governor Ahmed Abdulfatah save our family now

Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara State...letter from lecturers

*Over College of Arabic and Islamic legal studies (CAILS) From Imam Abdulkadir The crisis of unpaid salaries and the persistent neglect of staff of Kwara state College of Arabic and Islamic legal studies (CAILS), Ilorin as well as other sister institutions in the state has undoubtedly reached an alarming rate. …

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