Against The Run Of Play

By  S MG Onibiyo I was asked what I think of the excerpts from Segun Adeniyi’s book on his interview with president Goodluck Jonathan as captured in ‘AGAINST THE RUN OF …

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Nigeria And The Politics Of Gulibility (1)

Former President Barrack Obama and his party_ the Democrats alleged that Russia’s interference in the American General Election of 2016 has significant influence and skewed its outcome in favour of …

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ASUU’s Mindless Attacks On Oloyede Led JAMB

By Moses Agwu The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has somehow managed to take time off churning out half-baked graduates as it savages the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board …

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Saraki: Victim Or Villain?

By Adewole Kehinde Senator Bukola Saraki, former Governor of Kwara State and former Chairman of the Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF) and the current Senate President trial at the Code of …

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El-Rufai Memo: Southeast And Federal Appointments

By Muhammad Ajah The quality and the undue concentration of key appointments to the North-East and exclusion of South-East are mentioned as evidence of this”, Kaduna Governor Nasir El-Rufai in a …

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NAFDAC DG Is Committed To Fiscal Discipline, Financial Accountability And Maximisation Of Revenue Generation

By Adewole Kehinde My attention was draw to the Leadership Newspaper of Friday, 17th March, 2017 with the caption “ FG Summons NAFDAC DG Over N2.9bn Debt, Unapproved Expenditure”  by …

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The Fanta, Sprite With Vitamin C Judgement: So Many Questions Begging For Answers

By Adewole Kehinde The major headline in various media today, Tuesday 14th March, 2017 was “Court Orders NAFDAC to compel Nigerian Bottling Company to warn consumers of dangers of Drinking …

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Is Amnesty International Truly anti-Nigeria?

By Olawale Rasheed Across the world, Amnesty International releases several reports on various conflict situations that many considered subversive and squared to de-legitimise state authorities. From Middle East to several troubled …

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