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Criminals lurking under long bridge before Berger

Criminals lurking under long bridge before Berger

We thought the era of the black sheep under the long bridge on Lagos-Ibadan expressway was over. But the recent event on that area has shown that those criminals are very much around, perpetrating their evil acts as it suits their whims and caprices. A journalist returning to his family after day work in his […]
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Lesson for Senator Bukola Saraki

What the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki has accomplished in Nigerian politics is not a child play. He has shown that he is the true son of his late father, Dr Olusola Saraki. There is doubt that the people of Kwara State will not forget both father and son in their lives. They both dictated […]
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On fresh water accessibility

Water is the engine of life and a vital resource required for domestic, industrial and socio- economic purposes.  It is basic in every man’s life, lack of which affects health, livelihood and hinders the realisation of other basic infrastructure required to live a productive life.  In view of this, it is a right which must […]
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Voter’s apathy, vote buying: Great challenge to Nigerian democracy

VOTER’S apathy has become a great challenge to Nigerian democracy. The issue has become a canker-worm that has refused to die since the 2007 general elections in Nigeria. The cause can be attributed to ballot box snatching; votes not counting and lack of interest in the political process. This caused low turnout during the voter […]
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Congratulating Ogun governor-elect

CONGRATULATIONS to the voters in Ogun State and Prince Dapo Abiodun, the governor-elect. When we both started this journey in 2003, today was so cloudy to us. God who knows the best time to answer prayers answered yours today. No one can stop the miraculous work of God. From 2003, the flight was harrowing and […]
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Letter to President Buhari on Next Level agenda

I write this open letter with a deep sense of patriotism as a citizen of Nigeria by birth. I sincerely hope that you will pay utmost heed to my admonition which is devoid of malicious intent and antagonistic approach. A house divided against itself can’t stand. Nigeria has lost the moment of national unity since […]
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A reflection on power

While the presidential and national assembly elections were concluded two weeks ago, although not without hitches,  we returned to the polls to elect who rules or represents us at the states level at the weekend. Now, results are coming in. Winners are rejoicing. Losers are counting costs. But the nation is waiting for the good […]
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Divided by democracy

Would life be easier for Christians if we woke up and found that all Muslims have vanished? Would life be easier for us Muslims if we woke up and found all Christians gone? Can we have a Kano without Ibos, or a Nigeria without Kano and Kaduna, like waking up to find PDP is no […]
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Now that election is over

The 2019 election has become a daily song on the lips of political analysts and  public commentators, that are seen or heard in the media, both local, international and even on social  media and that characterised the true picture of African politics and these truly reflect Nigeria traditional politics that is based on religious or […]
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Time to unite

The last few months had been  tortuous for our dear country. Since certain figures declared interest in certain political posts, the political atmosphere of Nigeria had been intense. Ever since then, governance had taken flight for politicking as discussions on how to move Nigeria forward were largely put on hold, and political discussions took the […]
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