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Cushion And Comfort: Unpacking Kolinda’s Moscow Hugs.

Cushion And Comfort: Unpacking Kolinda’s Moscow Hugs.

🕔09:07, 17.Jul 2018

–Vitus Ozoke Now that the World Cup excitement is gradually settling down, let’s be clear on the one thing that has become not just a story, but the story of Russia 2018. Is the Croatian president, Madam Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, a

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From Buhari To Adeosun: The Ethical Question

From Buhari To Adeosun: The Ethical Question

🕔07:44, 17.Jul 2018

— Sufuyan Ojeifo The resolution of three episodes of corruption between 1999 and 2005 in the federal legislature and the executive arm of government under the presidency of Olusegun Obasanjo had initially indicated the seeming gravitas of that administration. But,

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Why PDP’s Loss In Ekiti Is Bad News For The APC And Nigeria

Why PDP’s Loss In Ekiti Is Bad News For The APC And Nigeria

🕔07:11, 17.Jul 2018

–Femi Aribisala All the treachery, betrayals and double-dealings that formed the bedrock of the APC in 2014 has now come back to haunt the party in 2018. With the declaration that Kayode Fayemi has won the gubernatorial election in Ekiti,

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Dear Keyamo, Stop Blowing The Anus Of APC – A Love Letter

Dear Keyamo, Stop Blowing The Anus Of APC – A Love Letter

🕔20:55, 16.Jul 2018

 –Churchill Okonkwo Dear Keyamo, your intellect appears confused as you continue to lie for the APC, blowing their anus and in the process thrashing your dignity. My people have a saying that an anus is available for blowing a flute,

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Nigerian’s Politics Of Demagoguery

Nigerian’s Politics Of Demagoguery

🕔16:57, 16.Jul 2018

Another indicator supporting the believe in some quarters that the FG may not have exhausted their known strategies in securing lives and property in the country is the supersonic dexterity used for deploying different security personnel to Ekiti state for the just concluded gubernatorial election in the state, contentiously fuelled by their burning desire to win the state– a capacity that was conspicuously missing in Plateau state during the herdsmen attack and lately in Adamawa and Sokoto states.

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French-African World Cup Indeed!

French-African World Cup Indeed!

🕔15:15, 16.Jul 2018

–Vitus Ozoke A lot has been said about the African roots of the World Cup winning French team. Some have even claimed it as Africa’s first world cup. The African ancestry of the black-French players has been traced and highlighted

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African Books You Should Read–Barack Obama

African Books You Should Read–Barack Obama

🕔06:14, 16.Jul 2018

Over the years since, I’ve often drawn inspiration from Africa’s extraordinary literary tradition. As I prepare for this trip, I wanted to share a list of books that I’d recommend for summer reading, including some from a number of Africa’s best writers and thinkers – each of whom illuminate our world in powerful and unique ways.

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The Marginalization Of The South East And The Niger Delta By The Federal Government Of Nigeria

The Marginalization Of The South East And The Niger Delta By The Federal Government Of Nigeria

🕔05:47, 16.Jul 2018

–Paschal Nwosu Esq The history of the peoples of the South East is often painful to recall. We have kept notes of the marginalising influences and the history in our hearts fresh always in our groaning Spirits. Even Cows are

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Ekiti Election: Beyond The Surface

Ekiti Election: Beyond The Surface

🕔04:16, 16.Jul 2018

If there is one thing the just concluded Ekiti election proved, it is that Votes and PVCs are not as useless as some folks would have us believe. In fact, it is very possible to remove President Buhari via the ballot come 2019. Those who argue otherwise are hugely mistaken. Even more mistaken are those using the Ekiti election as the basis to support their argument.

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The Democratic Coalition And The Rest Of Us

The Democratic Coalition And The Rest Of Us

🕔13:55, 15.Jul 2018

Within the last 3 years, this country has recorded more deaths and more IDP camps than perhaps war-torn Syria. The peoples of the Middle Belt region have conducted more mass burials than they have conducted wedding ceremonies. Yet, we are neither officially at war with any country, nor bedevilled by any natural disaster. What is worse, the man currently being paid to keep us safe has officially stated “there is nothing I can do to help the situation except to pray to God.”

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