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Opinion: Still on the Osun Elections
Opinion: Still on the Osun Elections

Opinion: Still on the Osun Elections

The gubernatorial election held in Osun State on Saturday has once again brought up the issue of the Independent National Electoral Commission’s powers to declare an election as “inconclusive” and the circumstances under which it could so declare. The Constitution of the Federal... read more »

Opinion: Still On Adebayo Shittu's Service Scandal
Opinion: Still On Adebayo Shittu’s...

Opinion: Still On Adebayo Shittu’s Service Scandal

I am taken aback by the line of defence proffered by Minister of Communications, Barrister Adebayo Shittu for skipping National Youth Service. Is the man kidding Nigerians? I have heard the man speak on various occasions and consider him intelligent. I however consider his reason for deliberately... read more »

Opinion: Open Letter to Ahmed Asiwaju Bola Tinubu by General Adeyinka Adebayo
Opinion: Open Letter to Ahmed Asiwaju Bo...

Opinion: Open Letter to Ahmed Asiwaju Bola Tinubu by General Adeyinka Adeb...

My dear Asiwaju, I am compelled to write this open letter to you because of the state of affairs of the Yoruba nation. Firstly, I wish to acknowledge that fate has put you in a prime position to determine to a large extent the direction that the Yoruba people will go. The indisputable truth is that... read more »

Opinion: Tinubu - What the Most Powerful Man in Babylon Must Know - Fredrick Nwabufo
Opinion: Tinubu – What the Most Po...

Opinion: Tinubu – What the Most Powerful Man in Babylon Must Know ...

I have been thinking about Jagaban, Bola Ahmed Tinubu lately. I think he deserves an encomium for tipping into the expansive shoes of the sage, Obafemi Awolowo, by forging a united bunch out of disparate broomsticks. But honestly, I do not think he has the intellectual grit, ideological purpose and... read more »

Opinion: I Hope Okija Shrine Did Not Do Permanent Damage to Ngige? - Reno Omokri
Opinion: I Hope Okija Shrine Did Not Do ...

Opinion: I Hope Okija Shrine Did Not Do Permanent Damage to Ngige? – ...

“I hope Okija shrine did not do permanent damage to Chris Ngige’s psyche!” This is a questioned asked by Reno Omokri, former aid to Former President Goodluck Jonathan in response a statement made by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige. Ngige had earlier said... read more »

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My attention has been drawn to a letter written to Premium Times in response to an essay on restructuring authored by me. Faced with an avalanche of public condemnation for his 360-degree... read more »

Opinion: Chris Ngige Fights for Oppressive Multinational ExxonMobil Instead of Oppressed Nigerians Workers Femi Aribisala.

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Opinion: Why Nigeria Under Buhari is World Headquarters for Extreme Poverty – Reno Omokri

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Opinion: Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari on the State of the Nation - Timi Frank

Opinion: Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari on the State o...

Dear Sir, I write this letter to you, Mr. President, with all sincerity and humility, as it is my very first letter to you since your emergence as President and Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces... read more »