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Arotile: In Sober Reflection

Arotile: In Sober Reflection

🕔20:40, 17.Jul 2020

Painfully, she had only returned from one of such missions, and granted one week off, when she met her untimely death through a so-called freak accident, in a Military facility, that ought to have all the trappings of discipline, order, and structure.

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Akeredolu: A Leader Who Stood For The Yoruba When We Needed Help

Akeredolu: A Leader Who Stood For The Yoruba When We Needed Help

🕔00:22, 11.Jul 2020

What a shame! Since 1999, the Yoruba who were represented in the past by their first eleven like Sapara Williams, Adeyemo Alakija, Bode Thomas are now led by destructive reprobates and mercantilist types who are mere day traders with no abiding interests.

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The Igbo Delta Story

The Igbo Delta Story

🕔13:35, 26.Jun 2020

That precise point where the Anambra River joins the Niger River, is coincidentally, the precise point where you can take an eight minute boat ride and land at Cable Point in Asaba.

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Special Package for Obaseki

Special Package for Obaseki

🕔01:49, 19.Jun 2020

The godfather is already perceived as a bully, who is using his hard power to oppress the underdog he cannot be seen to be playing from the same playbook. By taking on an armour when or where you should be reciting poetry, you inadvertently the tables on yourself. You become the aggressor in the minds of the people. You erode your soft power.

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Nigeria: Wake Up, Sleeping Giant!

Nigeria: Wake Up, Sleeping Giant!

🕔14:12, 29.May 2020

Nigerians should, therefore, be ready for the worst times in a “recovering economy” because the price of goods and services would certainly ascend beyond the reach of many Nigerians.

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Amaechi’s Theory Of The Monkey And Nigerian Politicians

Amaechi’s Theory Of The Monkey And Nigerian Politicians

🕔16:21, 24.May 2020

All in all, Nigerians must thank Amaechi for this frank commentary on Nigerian politics and politicians. The commentary is analogous to James Hadley Chase’s The Paw in The Bottle

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My COVID-19 DIARY: Who Says Ndi Igbo Hate Themselves?

My COVID-19 DIARY: Who Says Ndi Igbo Hate Themselves?

🕔13:39, 20.May 2020

Today, I’m enjoying the beauty of reconnecting with course and school mates, call them by nicknames and aliases, recall fond memories, crack old jokes. Believe me, the most enjoyable moment of one’s life is from undergraduate level through youth service. After that you’re on your own!

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The Orji Kalu Verdict: A Slavish Devotion To Technicalities!

The Orji Kalu Verdict: A Slavish Devotion To Technicalities!

🕔07:19, 9.May 2020

Orji Kalu’s conviction was one of the few signal successes of President Buhari’s much vaunted anti – corruption campaign, and was all the more remarkable because the convicted politician was a key ally of the President…

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Social Distancing: Make It Permanent

Social Distancing: Make It Permanent

🕔16:43, 3.May 2020

When we return to life as we are accustomed to, when we return to life of wars between nations, life of crimes, mass shootings, gang violence, racial police brutality, air pollution, movies, stadiums, beaches, clubs, restaurants, churches, and campaign rallies, when we return to business as usual, can we set aside a block of time every other year for social distancing?

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Nigeria’s Unprofitable Lockdown

Nigeria’s Unprofitable Lockdown

🕔06:13, 1.May 2020

The average Nigerian has learnt to exist without expecting anything good, edifying or exciting happening to remind him about the existence of the government.

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