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Nigerian Election: The Saturday Summer-Slam -By Pelumi Seun Fakinlede

I just want to say my view about the Nigerian Election that will hold one Saturday because INEC can still postpone it again like they did last Saturday. Honestly postponing the election two hours to the day is not actually ideal even though it is within INEC’s constituted power to shift an election if the […]

I know the international community frowns at military coup which interrupt democratic governance but looking at the Nigerian situation, we might be needing that alot and the sooner the better for us as a nation. You might want to know why I sound to encourage the military to hijack government and the reason is not […]

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1. It is public knowledge that all campaigns and advertisements of any sort for the presidential and National Assembly election earlier scheduled for 16th February, 2019 were expected to cease 24 hours immediately preceding the polling day. 2. With the shift in election by a week, the INEC Chairman, Prof Mahmood Yakubu had directed that […]

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Should we revolt?.. Mbeki had asked his fellow comrades. Those were words used in the novel, Traces and Tribes of Dogoria. Those words are as a result of heavy suffering merged with hardship in a place arguably the best among its counterpart, but due to the rule of people who have forgotten, when they die […]

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For many of the football lovers we know how sensitive the 90minute is in the pitch for both the players, coach, supporters and all hands involved in making the match a success, also we know how sensitive it is to make some decision at that point in time because such a decision could either lead […]

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The ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle could not have had his observation more valid or his judgment more accurate and pragmatic when he said that “Man is by nature a political animal”. In the long and chequered history of human’s existence, politics has played a cherishable role in the progress of diverse societies as well as […]

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I have marvel why Chief Olusegun Obasanjo is the most abused and insulted Nigerian by fellow countrymen including those who can’t build their own home talk less of building a nation. Believe it or not, Dr Matthew Obasanjo has done so much for this country and in fact the medium by which I am writing […]

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(The writer of this piece is solely responsible for this piece as every name, picture or whatsoever as used in/for this piece is circumstantial, evidential and or incidental to this piece but no words of derogation is highly intended as this piece is only intended to tap current on loopholes that is slipstreaming in Today […]

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It was just a few days ahead of the country’s general election when Nigerians will be electing its 6th president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the second republic. But the question here is that, who are you voting for? Why are you voting for him? You will also need to ask yourself why […]

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I know plethora of people who are into politics, people who have invested their whole lives in it. I know people whose contribution to politics is limited to election periods and a lot more who have never made the least form of contribution, in terms of opinions, when it comes to politics. We all have […]

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