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Numbers On The Clock Did Not Change, Time Keepers Changed The Clock (Part One)

Numbers On The Clock Did Not Change, Time Keepers Changed The Clock (Part One)

🕔04:32, 1.Dec 2018

I remember years ago, not quite in the distant past, the residents from the villages within the clans (local government area) where I came from were busy cleaning their respective local roads. Days later, the village roads became as clean as cleanliness can be. We (children & younger ones) were wondering what was on the horizon. Finally, one day, in the early morning hours, our parents and adults started heading to a designated village square. They wore traditional clothes, filled with blazing ornaments. The weather was clement, beautiful and pleasant, accentuated with gentle wind and cumulus clouds in the sky. In fact, the beautiful weather conditions were so sanctimonious to the point that we (children) thought it was a Christmas day, and that of course, put a smile or two on our faces. Not only that the weather conditions put smiles on our faces, it also gave enviable ambience to all the decorations along the road, making them sparkle like diamonds.

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Ayo Adebanjo: The Man And His Politics

Ayo Adebanjo: The Man And His Politics

🕔03:31, 10.Apr 2018

In his entire career, he has only argued for a better Nigeria….

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Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 19)

Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 19)

🕔03:09, 11.Dec 2017

The British handed over to the Caliphate while they stayed behind to pull the strings that control the puppet. That is the truth!

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Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 3)

Nigeria: The Contradictions (Part 3)

🕔17:47, 25.Nov 2017

While the North worked hard and prepared to OWN Nigeria, the South naively simply wanted “independence”

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Before the cock crows – by Olawole Olakunle

Before the cock crows – by Olawole Olakunle

🕔14:47, 17.Apr 2017

When Nigeria’s motion for independence was moved by Anthony Enahoro, the unified aim was to dislodge the common enemy (the British) from the helm of affairs of this nation. Yet, barely 56 years after independence we have failed as a

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