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  •  Arise and obey who?

    By Brady  Nwosu Why is everything wrong with Nigeria; who bewitched or cast spell on her? These are some of the questions beleaguered citizens ask frequently following the bizarre and other absurdities that daily confront us. The truth is that nobody cast any spell on the country, rather we have failed to realize that devil can…

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  • Ambode’s peculiar humility

    By Kolade Bamitale I have read some articles about Akinwunmi Ambode’s administration since he mounted the saddle two years ago. I read about apprehension of Lagosians concerning whether he can perform like his predecessor in his early days in office when everything was going wrong. I read about when he started getting his bearing right…

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  • Calabar viewing centre tragedy

    The death of at least seven people at a football viewing centre in Calabar, Cross River State, is deeply regrettable. Football fans had gathered at the viewing centre in the Iyang-Esu area of the Calabar Municipal Local Government Area on April 20 to watch a match between Manchester United and Anderlecht in the Europa League…

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  • Good governance: Governor Umahi is working

    Today’s discourse is a very important subject matter in any democratic system. We know it, but typical of us, we mouth it so often but hardly practice it. It is about assessment or appraisal of those we elect into public offices. Our thinking and ways of doing things emphasize products or outcomes over processes; we…

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  • Special tribunals wanted

    The clamour for special Tribunals to speed up trials for our hardened criminals which include thieving governors, looting legislators, armed robbers, ritual murderers, kidnappers and fraudsters has been more compelling now than when I first wrote this piece in October of 2015. The fight against corruption is one major area in which all Nigerians find…

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  • My rape ordeal – Funke Ojo-Emesiri (Uniek Grace), singer

    By Damilola Fatunmise Funkè Ojo-Emesiri aka Uniek Grace has been to hell and back. Now she’s telling her story to everyone, most especially, the youth to hear and learn from. The urban-Afro cum gospel artiste is currently in Nigeria from her base in Belgium to promote her latest effort, ‘I’m a Survivor’. Recently, she paid…

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  • Best TV Drama award for Superstory

    Wale Adenuga Productions (WAP), producer of popular television drama series, Superstory, has added yet another feather to its cap. The recently concluded special season of the programme entitled, Free to Live, has won the Best TV Drama award as Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3). A United States of America President’s Malaria Initiative funded by USAID,…

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  • No cabal in Aso Rock, says Buhari’s associate

    By Enyeribe Ejiogu Insinuations that a powerful group, described as a cabal within the Presidential Villa, Abuja, is deftly manipulating the levers of power in  the Muhammadu Buhari administration to its advantage, is not the correct position of things,  a source, who is a close associate of the president, has fired back. The source, who…

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  • Russia 2018: Lions must fall in Uyo -Balogun

    By Paul Erewuba The matches against Cameroon will be key to Nigeria’s 2018 World Cup hopes, according to Super Eagles defender Leon Balogun. The 2013 African champions are well placed to reach Russia 2018, as they top Group B in the qualifiers having won their opening two games against Zambia and Algeria. They face a…

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