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Author: Olusegun Fakoya, Dr

In the company of reprobates – Open letter to Dino

Sunday, May 28, 2017
Dear Dino Melaiye, With the whole land now in the frenzy of religious indoctrination induced by the on-going fasting season, I am sure that the sing-song on the mouth of many Muslims will now be - ldquo;awe ngbo mi rdquo; ndash; I am weakened by fasting. However, since you are a committed ...

The Madness Of Olisa Metuh And The Tragedy Of The Nigerian Nation

Thursday, April 17, 2014
Now that the notorious White Widow, Samantha Lewthwaite, has been linked (whether confirmed or yet to be confirmed) to the dastardly bomb blast at Abuja, Nigerians should accept that the hen has finally come home to roost. Our worst nightmare is virtually at our doorstep. Terror has found a footh ...

Diezani Alison-Madueke: Goodluck Jonathan Vs the Nigerian people

Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Understandably, glasses are clicking in Abuja in celebration of the latest rating of Nigeria as the largest economy in Africa. Whilst the euphoria and jubilation concerning this self-inflicted ego booster by a lacklustre government desperate to cling to any measure of achievement is still ongoing, i ...

Postscript: Adeyemi Ikuforiji – To everything under the sun, there is a season

Monday, March 24, 2014
As at 18th March 2014, a Federal High Court in Lagos was busy hearing the gory details of corruption and betrayal of public trust involving the Speaker of Lagos State House of Assembly and a potential gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Mr Adeyemi Ikuforiji. The disturbing ...

How Much Money Does A Man Need?

Thursday, March 20, 2014
Indeed, how much money does a man need in a lifetime? This is a question that has often dwell on my mind. I refused to turn to Socrates for an answer as I feel that this burning question carries a moral weight and should not subscribe to the monopoly of wisdom of a single individual. Obviously, t ...

Embers Month – Helen Ukpabio should be on the run!

Friday, November 15, 2013
May I add my humble voice to the recent efforts of Leo Igwe in stirring our collective consciousness to the recent activities of Evangelist Helen Ukpabio. While religion has not only further impoverish Africa and Africans, it is disheartening that those in authority have done very little to stem the ...

Embers Month—Helen Ukpabio Should Be On The Run!

Thursday, November 14, 2013
May I add my humble voice to the recent efforts of Leo Igwe in stirring our collective consciousness to the recent activities of Evangelist Helen Ukpabio. While religion has not only further impoverish Africa and Africans, it is disheartening that those in authority have done very little to stem the ...

NIGERIA – Tsunami of corruption, docility and stupidity

Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Good Morning fellow countrymen. Permit my reminiscences about a land I left behind so long ago. Permit my tears and frustration about a country I love and cherish so much. It is early morning but do permit the expression of my frustration about my fatherland. A land where hope has been dashed and wh ...

Comprehensive Health Centres, Lagos State and Healthcare Delivery in Nigeria

Wednesday, July 3, 2013
I read with interest the statement credited to the Lagos State Governor, Babatunde Fashola, whilst launching the Eredo Primary Healthcare Centre Constituency II in Epe division recently. Whilst the efforts of the State government in improving the delivery of healthcare in the state remains commendab ...

NIGERIA – Tsunami of corruption, docility and stupidity

Sunday, June 30, 2013
Good Morning fellow countrymen. Permit my reminiscences about a land I left behind so long ago. Permit my tears and frustration about a country I love and cherish so much. It is early morning but do permit the expression of my frustration about my fatherland. A land where hope has been dashed and wh ...

Lagos and Its Emperor-Governor

Monday, December 24, 2012
The military have enshrined the understanding of power in the mind of the average Nigerian. Their maxim rests on the bedrock that power flows from the barrel of a gun. Such power has been deemed undemocratic, non-participatory, insensitive and brutal. It is precisely its non-participatory nature, co ...

Lagos and Its Emperor-Governor

Sunday, December 23, 2012
The military have enshrined the understanding of power in the mind of the average Nigerian. Their maxim rests on the bedrock that power flows from the barrel of a gun. Such power has been deemed undemocratic, non-participatory, insensitive and brutal. It is precisely its non-participatory nature, co ...

The Jonathan We Know – A response to the antics of Reuben Abati

Monday, August 27, 2012
These are indeed precarious times for Reuben Abati. And like any sinking man, desperate to hold on to a fast dwindling job, Dr Abati has resorted to desperate measures. The flurry of articles from him in recent times speaks volumes about his desperation. For a man who hid under the umblellah (sorr ...
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