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Buratai: Exemplary Leadership Perches Another Garland -By Paul Dickson

Ultimately, no leader expects unanimous acceptability wherever he serves his country or humanity. But in spite of the scanty reservations on his salutations, often spewed in utterances’, the efforts of a true, altruistic and genuine leader are accredited and appreciated by the clear-headed vast majority he renders committed service. Truly, the life of a soldier […]

Squash is an indoor game that is not only addictive but a revealer of the personal traits, virtues/vices and demeanor of its players. It is common understanding by players of the game which was said to have been originated by American prisoners that, when you enter the court to play, squash downloads you in totality. […]

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Weird, unusual and a clear contradiction of the mannerisms of the class she belongs, events are fast proving that the persona of Nigeria’s First Lady, Aishat Buhari and the driving force of her clear departure from the norm, certainly need looking into. Weird, no doubt, Aishat isn’t the first queer First Lady in the world. […]

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Saturday the 1st of December 2018 will be remembered as the day one of the foremost Nigerian tribalists passed away. Reports say that Fredrick Faseun died at the age of 83 after many years of battling with Diabetes. Unlike other leaders who are followed by encomiums and prayers to their graves from all parts of […]

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My attention has been drawn to a recent post on the Facebook page of the presidential candidate of the African Action Congress, Mr Omoyele Sowore. Mr Sowore recounted his visit to a local church in Lagos where he urged members to vote out  “godless leaders” who misruled the country, plunging it into suffering and poverty.  The post […]

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The Yoruba cultures hold within it powerful words, rhythms and strong proverbs that rebukes and at the same time draws you back to it. Teni N Teni slow but sonorous best reminds one of the Yoruba films and cultures which was popularly propagated by the Late. Chief Hubert Ogunde. The Poet, Yusuf is a mastery […]

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Expectedly, the book, My Transition Hours written by former president Goodluck Jonathan, which was publicly presented on November 28, the day he turned 61, has generated a lot interest within and outside Nigeria. The book is essentially a brief narration of events before, during and after the historic 2015 elections by the central character in […]

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For the heavily-stained Senate President, Bukola Saraki, the fading lights of his charmed political life seems to have come on and this is no laughing matter for the rambunctious politician whose bullish political stock has been helped by wiles and crooked means such that he and his supporters believe he has been given an impregnable […]

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One of the greatest and terrible fallouts from the rise of Trumpism is the penchant for the cloning and replication of copycats across the globe, individuals that are deluded enough to believe they can replicate the wonder of rising from relative obscurity to winning elections. The tragedy is that some of them are succeeding. Trumpism, […]

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Misinformation And The Lying Habit Of Lai Mohammed -By Elijah Akoji

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He is now known as Lie Mohammed. Lai Mohammed’s name has become a popular synonym for LIES and it’s gorgeously apt. It is said that once one becomes a minister, his or her title changes and thereafter he or she is been called an ‘Honorable’. Placing it to reality, it is quite unfortunate that this […]

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