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Unbearable choices ahead of Bukola Saraki

Dr Bukola Saraki and President Muhammadu Buhari...unbearable choices in Abuja, Kwara

*Another Saraki marionette for Kwara Government House? From Tunde Mohammed Before the main issue (future of Kwara), I do not know how Senator Bukola Saraki feels these days but for sure he must be suffering some mental and callous punishment not fit for an Omoluabi going by the frequency and scale …

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When will governor Yahaya Bello get it right

Yahaya Bello Kogi state governor…Ebira

From Usman Okai Austin It is already a year since the present Kogi state government inherited it’s office, making it the first Nigerian and democratic state in the modern world to produce a governor and a government by an inherited vote. It is a thing of plenty pains and disappointment …

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Certificate scandal: Why Dino is in trouble

Dino Melaye...NUJ overrules award to be given to him

 *How can these unpuzzled jigs coordinate? From Sirnucy Lafiagi Whoever told Dino Melaye to slam a N5billion legal suit against Omoyele Sowore et al wants him on the ground as quickly as possible. Dino has dug his own grave and only him shall be buried inside it. Omoyele Sowore does …

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Saraki, Magu and the phantom war on corruption

Dr Bukola Saraki and Mr Ibrahim Magu

*Why Senate is very right to have rejected Magu From Jude Ndukwe Wednesday, 15th of March was the day Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) was hoping to have his appointment confirmed by the much vilified Nigerian Senate led by Dr Bukola Saraki, …

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Super Eagles: When Nigerian fans do not matter

Super Eagles of Nigeria...are the spaces for sale to highest bidders? Yes.

  *Don’t you think you owe Nigerians an apology? From Aderonke Bello It was a gut-wrenching Thursday night for devoted football fans in Nigeria – the match between Senegal and Nigeria’s Super Eagles played in far away England without a single live broadcast. Thousands of Nigerians moved from their homes …

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DSS, Saraki, Malaye and Senate’s dirty slap on Buhari’s face

Muhammadu Buhari and Dr Bukola Saraki...you have to resign or face the available consequences

*Is President Buhari in charge of this government? From Godwin Onyeacholem No thanks to the unholy machinations of an unscrupulous cabal in the presidency which formed a satanic partnership with a shamelessly crooked Senate, Ibrahim Magu, nominee of President Muhammadu Buhari as substantive Chairman of Economic and Financial Crime Commission …

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NIPOST breaks record under Bisi Adegbuyi’s leadership

Bisi Adegbuyi CEO of NIPOST

From Emeka Oraetoka By now, the belief of many NIPOST staff, and stakeholders in the Postal industry, that an outsider cannot provide effective and efficient leadership, appears to have crumbled as the new PMG is diligently providing the required leadership in NIPOST to the admiration of all. The bitter succession …

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Custom uniform saga and the Nigerian Senate

Colonel Hameed Ali Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service...in contest of wits with the Nigerian Senate

*Does the hood make the monk? From Babatunde Ogala I wish to refer all those who have been commenting on the Custom Uniform debate with the Nigerian Senate to take time out to read Sections 1-4 of the Nigerian Customs Service Board Act which creates the Nigerian Customs Service Board. …

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That President Muhammadu Buhari may end up a hero

*Why bother to come back home when you are ill? From Emmanuel Iriogbe President Muhammadu Buhari remains the only Nigerian leader that has commanded respect from both the common man (Talakawas) and the elites in the history of Nigeria since independence. He rode on this popularity to clinch the presidency …

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Still on Apostle Suleiman/Otobo issue

*Suleiman had been tried and convicted in the media From Richard Akinola II I have followed issues raised in the press conference of Stephanie Otobo, the alleged mistress of Apostle Suleiman and a number of reactions to it but my position on the issue has not changed. The fact that …

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