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Osun Election: Why Apc Must Not Adopt Buhari As Th

Osun Election: Why APC Must Not Adopt Buhari As The Nominee Of The Party*

Let me start by giving kudos to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the great improvement shown in the Osun governorship election. Further, declaring the election inconclusive is a good decision. It is constitutionally intra vires, has ample precedents, and ought to be respected by all parties. Best of all, the election results ... Read more

Ndigbo, Chimamanda Adichie Got It Wrong On Bride Price

In the work "Pride and Prejudice", a Jane Austen says: “A lady's imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment.” This can best describe the comment credited to one Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, saying that Bride Price should be scrapped in Igbo culture. Much as she was entitled to her op ... Read more

Ademola Adelleke: A Man Of Destiny

He has been mercilessly maligned. He has been destructively demonized. He was turned into an object of ridicule. He became a punch bag of comedians. He was used as an effigy of unseriousness. Since he landed as the Senator representing the Osun West Senatorial District with a bang on the platform of PDP, defeating the APC candidate supported by ... Read more

Why Inec's Osun Inconclusive Election Decision Is Faulty - Cnpp

The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) has described the decision of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to declare the Saturday's governorship election in Osun State inconclusive as "a rape of basic democratic process and rule of law". In a statement signed by its Secretary General, Chief Willy Ezugwu, the CNPP ... Read more

The Inhumanity of Royal Dutch Shell in Ogoniland

Fegalo Nsuke

t's barely two months to the twenty third memorial of nine Ogons killed for Shell by the Nigerian authorities on November 10, 1995. This evil Enterprise we call Shell has stopped at nothing to push forward it's brutally against the Ogoni people. Few weeks ago, we - the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) called for inve ... Read more

Which way Nigerian youngsters?

Emmanuel Onwubiko

I actually set out today to do a tribute to the resilience of a very young British professional sports personality (Lewis Hamilton) who has successfully carved a niche for himself as a reference point on how to experience the real meteoric rise from child hood dreams of becoming world champion and indeed embracing the status in the real life situat ... Read more

Nigeria And The Pathway  To Genuine Peace.

Jerome-Mario Utomi

At a well attended forum organized by the Justice Development and Peace Centre (JDPC) Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos on Saturday 22[SUP]nd[/SUP] September, 2018, to mark the world peace day, the Director, Rev. Fr. Raymond Anoliefo, among other things stated that ‘no nation best typifies a country in dire need of peace and social cohesion among ... Read more

I’m Embarrassed For The Ojukwus

Any true Igbo son who held, and still hold Ikemba Nnewi, Emeka Odumegwu O ...
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Why Akume & Ortom Should Shut-Up

Former Governor of Benue state and now, the Senator representing Benue North-Wes ...
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Tinubu As Godfather Atiku Or Saraki

Those of us pointing to China and Zambia (Chin-Bian) parasitic or commensalism r ...
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From Accidental Discharge to Accide

In the past three weeks, we have been discussing the Charley-Boy republic where ...
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Segun Oni: The Nostalgia Of A Peopl

Remi Oyeyemi

It is an unending nostalgia. An enduring one. A nostalgia that is an admixture o ...
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