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Opinion: You are a Disgrace to the Noble Yoruba Ancestry - Nnamdi Kanu to Tinubu
Opinion: You are a Disgrace to the Noble...

Opinion: You are a Disgrace to the Noble Yoruba Ancestry – Nnamdi Kan...

You cannot sacrifice the blood of your brethren on the shrine of your greed, conceit and unbridled 2023 presidential political ambition. You are a disgrace to the noble Yoruba ancestry. You allow your self-centred avarice and ego to stifle the aspirations and destiny of your people. I must remind... read more »

Nigeria: Senator Elisha's Act, A show of Shame - Barrister Adeleye
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Nigeria: Senator Elisha’s Act, A show of Shame – Barrister Ade...

A lawyer and human rights defender, Olusayo Adeleye on Wednesday condemned the barbaric action of Senator Elisha Aboo, senator representing Adamawa-North Senatorial Districts who publicly assaulted a woman tried to intervene in an altercation he had with another lady, a store owner, while shopping... read more »

Opinion Buhari's Ruga Insult By Lasisi Olagunju
Opinion Buhari’s Ruga Insult By L...

Opinion Buhari’s Ruga Insult By Lasisi Olagunju

On October 18, 1990, the United States, in a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE), predicted the end of a country which was behaving almost as Nigeria is behaving now. It said, “Yugoslavia will cease to function as a federal state within a year, and will probably dissolve within two. Economic... read more »

Opinion: Let’s Talk RUGA aka Fulani Cattle Colonies by Nnamdi Elekwachi
Opinion: Let’s Talk RUGA aka Fulani Catt...

Opinion: Let’s Talk RUGA aka Fulani Cattle Colonies by Nnamdi Elekwachi

The Buhari Administration has commenced construction of Cattle Colonies, rebranded “RUGA” in 36 States of Nigeria. The project has started in Kotongora, Niger State on a 31,000-hectare piece of land.  The project will be initially replicated in 12 States with six (6) of such colonies to be... read more »

Nigeria: Lawmaker Says Society Can Be Freed From Drug Abuse If
Nigeria: Lawmaker Says Society Can Be Fr...

Nigeria: Lawmaker Says Society Can Be Freed From Drug Abuse If…..

A member of Lagos State House of Assembly, Hon. Gbolahan Yishawu representing Eti-Osa constituency 02 has said the country can be freed from drug abuse and illicit trafficking if institutions of criminal justice , health and social services work hand in hand to provide long lasting solutions. He... read more »

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Opinion: Osinbajo Takes His Lying Spree to America - Reno Omokri

Opinion: Osinbajo Takes His Lying Spree to America – Reno Omokri

My attention has been drawn to statements by the so called Pastor Yemi Osinbajo, the deputy to General Muhammadu Buhari, in New York where, as usual, he made false statements to the media... read more »

Nigeria: Osinbajo is a Liar - Reno Omokri

Nigeria: Osinbajo is a Liar – Reno Omokri

Former assistant former President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri has taken to his Twitter account to call out Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, calling him an outright liar. In a series of... read more »

Opinion: It's Time for INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, to Resign - Femi Aribisala

Opinion: It’s Time for INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, to Resign – Femi Aribisa...

This is no longer a question of nullifying the election. The only option left is to declare Atiku Abubakar outright as the elected president of Nigeria. The logic is simple.  The 2019... read more »

Opinion: INEC Server - The Trap that Caught Baba, INEC and APC

Opinion: INEC Server – The Trap that Caught Baba, INEC and APC

This INEC hide & seek game has become nothing but comical… Stage 1: INEC discovered late that they didn’t cover their dirty tracks very well and that Atiku has already... read more »

Opinion: Celebrating Democracy Day with Election Rigmarole

Opinion: Celebrating Democracy Day with Election Rigmarole by Fem...

What we have in Nigeria is government of the government by the government and for the government. The Nigeria of today is stranger than fiction.  The government has just legally declared June 12... read more »