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The mistake called Senate of Nigeria

Friday, November 22, 2019
A certain historian observed succinctly that those who makes the mistake of failure to learn from history stand the risk of repeating the mistake of history. It would seem that under the current political dispensation, characterized by flagrant disrespect to binding orders of courts of competent ...

Nigerian Media: Novel Realities

Friday, November 22, 2019
The Nigerian media played and continues to play a pivotal role in the affairs of Nigeria. While colonial rule lasted, the likes of the Lagos Daily News co-founded by the Father of Nigeria rsquo;s nationalism and Wizard of Kirsten Hall, Herbert Macualay and John Akilade Caulcrick, the Zik Group of Ne ...

JFK’s Assassination: Fifty-Six Years After

Friday, November 22, 2019
In 1929, the United States had the famous great depression which was the worst recession that hit the country. Multimillionaires suddenly became bankrupt as their worthless stocks piled up. Some jumped to their deaths from the window while others took to alcohol and gambling. The then Governor of Ne ...

Mothering a murderous bill

Friday, November 22, 2019
When the gods wish to punish us they answer our prayers--Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Irish writer In Nineteen Eighty Four when we all stood in awe of Decree Four, to differ with the government and its officials was a dinner with agony. Nothing pleasant was served at the table. All those who fe ...

African leaders: Learn from Mugabe

Thursday, November 21, 2019
Some years ago while still an undergraduate at the University of Lagos ndash; the school of first choice and the nation rsquo;s pride, I stumbled on the autobiography of Sir Chris Efobi, a renowned Pharmacist in Nigeria. The oeuvre was titled lsquo;Sorrows and Glories of Ezenwa. rsquo; The autobio ...

Eyelashes and Sexual Advances: The Dis-Education of a Nigerian Hypocrite

Thursday, November 21, 2019
I have been reading with keen interests arguments raised for and against the event that occurred at Queen 39;s College girl yesterday, and, I must state that those that launched the bastardisation of the Nigerian education sector some decades ago really had a mission for doing so. It is so shameful ...

Lessons from the Kogi and Bayelsa Elections

Thursday, November 21, 2019
The results of the Saturday November 16 2019 off-season polls in Kogi and Bayelsa States, as announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission have, as expected, been mired in controversy. The two elections were marred by violence as projected by many analysts in the run-up to the elections ...

Solving the Housing Deficit to Affect Nigeria’s Emerging Middle Class

Thursday, November 21, 2019
One sector of the Nigerian economy that has experienced rapid growth despite facing several challenges is the real estate sector. Even in the face of a recent economic downturn, the sector has been developing in leaps and bounds with several buildings springing up, most especially in new location ...
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