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Kwara Liaison House in Kaduna going?

Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed...Kwara Liaison Office in Kaduna

*Why is someone buying up all our heritage? From Tajudeen Imam Even the National Anthem prescribed that the labour of our fathers shall never be in vain. As a Muslim, I will answer ‘amin thunma amin’. The founding fathers of our dear state, Kwara, really laboured to give us a brighter …

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Open letter to Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki

Senator Bukola Saraki President of Nigerian Senate...dynasty

*Omen of the end of Saraki dynasty are getting brighter From Tajudeen Habeeb Dear Dr Saraki Sir, may I out of utmost respect ask about your wellbeing the most revered leader of Kwara political atmosphere. It is my expectation that using all tools of measurement you are in good shape …

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Kwara: What offences have we committed?

Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara State...has no voice in his successor?

*An open letter to Kwara State Government By Bolaji Aladie Dear Kwara State Government, Rather than paying ₦350k- ₦450k to enrol one person at Kwara’s IVTEC, I would put 10 persons under different conventional professional trainers at average of 35,000 each and we shall get the same result of IVTEC …

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Now that Atiku has gone beyond the last bus stop

Alhaji Abubakar Atiku

*Youths as his political bulletproof to leave APC From Jerome-Mario Utomi That Atiku Abubakar has resigned his membership of the All Progressive Congress (APC) is no longer news. The interesting aspect of this episode is that as speculated, he has finally reunited with his former party, the Peoples Democratic Party …

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Imo State: Where there is no legislature

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State

 *It is Okorocha House of clowns we have in Imo From Walter Duru In modern democratic societies, the legislature performs three conventional functions of representation, law-making and oversight responsibilities. The 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended) has provided the legislature in different sections, the powers to perform …

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SCANDALOUS: Dalung asks Buhari for N3bn for World Cup

Solomon Dalung...his inaction led to this sad development

*When the NFF has about N4.5bn to collect from FIFA *Another N180m from CAF and many other sources From Patrick Omorodion It is a known fact that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is to get $12.5 million (about N4.5billion) from FIFA for the Super Eagles qualification for the World Cup. …

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Pension corruption: Re-looting the loot

Ibrahim Magu Acting Chairman EFCC...NIMASA Director in trouble

*We need to hear the defence of Mr Femi Falana (SAN) By Kenneth Kaunda Adamu “There’s honour among thieves” is a well-known saying so should there also not be honour among activists? Human rights lawyer cum activist, Chief Femi Falana (SAN) would do well to think along this line as …

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Grace ‘Delilah’ Mugabe brings down another Samson

Robert Mugabe and Grace versus the military

*The lessons learnt, unlearnt From Jerome-Mario Utomi When one is favoured with longevity, says my grandfather, he must in the same vein contend with one out of the these two inherent probables. If the individual is not met with a flood of blessings, chances are that such a fellow may …

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Teachers’ sack: Between El-Rufai and his critics

Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna...teachers softened his ego so well

*He is no stranger to controversies From Musa Simon Reef He rode into the corridors of power on the crest of an avowed declaration to undo the damage of the past that was fraught with recklessness and complete desertion of critical sectors of development by successive administrations. He particularly promised …

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Adebayo Shittu has his hands on the plough

Barrister Adebayo Shittu Minister for Communication

*Two years on the saddle as Communications Minister From Tajudeen Kareem He assumed office as a complete novice, literally, so to say. Just two years on the saddle, he has received accolades from home and abroad. Perhaps more poignant is the recognition of his sure-footed approach to his job by …

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