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    Adedibu died a pauper –Widow

    I think that is obvious. An adage says “Ti ewe bape lara ose o ma n dose ni “ (Leaf wrappings of soap gets to become part of the soap after a while). I was not born a politician, although my father was somehow in politics before, but he belonged to the NCNC, because we stayed in the Eastern region then.

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    Collapse of an empire

    ADEDIBU: 5 YEARS AFTER •Why the centre can’t hold after he’s gone  From YINKA FABOWALE, Ibadan. Dateline: Friday, July 12, 2013: A dull monotonous humming from a generating set in a nearby building was the only sound that pervaded the air. The close was almost deserted, save for two youths and an elderly man sauntering…

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  • Pan African Prize for Literature: Etisalat raises reputable judges

    Etisalat Nigeria has assembled a strong panel of judges for the maiden edition of its pan-African prize for literature, Etisalat Prize for Literature. The panel of four is chaired by Pumla Gqola, an associate professor in the department of African Literature at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa. Gqola is one of South Africa’s most…

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    Rivers lawmakers warn Bipi over impersonation of Speaker

    Lawmakers in the Rivers State House of Assembly have warned Hon. Evans Bapakaye Bipi, to desist from impersonating the Speaker of the House, Rt. Hon. Otelemaba Amachree. This was contained in a press statement issued yesterday and signed by 26 members, which also stated the position of the majority of members, on the recent crisis that rocked the assembly.

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    No deal with Boko Haram –Jonathan

    In what appears as a contradiction of a ceasefire deal announced last week by Special Duties Minister, Kabiru Turaki, President Goodluck Jonathan has denied any peace deal between the Federal Government and the Boko Haram islamist sect.

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    2015: Govs, ministers, VIPs opt for foreign GSM lines

    Just as foreign currencies especially US Dollars and British Pounds are common features in Nigeria’s daily financial transactions, so is the number of international GSM lines in local telephone conversations by state governors, ministers, top security chiefs and several other Very Important Personalities, VIPs to avoid the rising frequent wiretap of private discussions by the nation’s intelligence operatives.

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    Lamido to Edwin Clark

    Governor Sule Lamido of Jigawa State has weighed the frenzy within the presidency towards 2015 against the utterances of some of President Goodluck Jonathan’s foot soldiers and warned them to rein their tongues lest they put Nigeria’s fledgling democracy to jeopardy.

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