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They Have Started Again…

They Have Started Again…

🕔12:47, 7.Dec 2019

Now, after the show of shame inside the court yesterday, the perpetrators have equally procured some people to retail some puerile and jejune narrative that it was Sowore and his team that simulated the scene in order to blackmail the security agency.

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Dele Giwa: Lingering Echoes Of A Murder

Dele Giwa: Lingering Echoes Of A Murder

🕔20:28, 15.Nov 2019

Until Nigeria demonstrates a capacity to solve murder cases, especially, high profile ones involving people critical of government policies and actions, potential murderers would always derive incentive from the conviction that they can always eliminate anyone in Nigeria and get away with it.

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My Last Advice To Those Shouting No Referendum, No Election

My Last Advice To Those Shouting No Referendum, No Election

🕔09:18, 2.Jan 2019

The revered Chief Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, Eze Igbo Gburugburu, when speaking about the Biafran Question and the Place of Ndigbo in Nigeria, in his last speech to the Igbo people whilst addressing the meeting of South East Elders and Leaders held in Owerri on the 5th of March, 2010 said sternly and I quote

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An Open Letter To Uncle Dele Giwa (1947-1986)

An Open Letter To Uncle Dele Giwa (1947-1986)

🕔14:18, 19.Oct 2018

Exactly 32 years ago today, shameless agents of darkness in your country nailed you with the novel instrumentality of parcel bomb. That was the first act of terrorism against the fourth estate of the realm.

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And I Cried! (Part 2)

And I Cried! (Part 2)

🕔07:41, 6.Jun 2018

Dateline – Ilesa City, May 9, 1987, 1800hrs. Mrs. Folowosele, Daddy’s office secretary walked into the open office where I had my desk along with others, as an Assistant Export Manager of Lawrence Omole & Sons Limited, and told me Daddy wanted to see me. Yes, we call him Daddy, fondly. Pa (Dr.) Lawrence Omole, “àpáàrà Òkèshà tíí pa’mo n’ípa àfojúdi,” was our employer and father. It was not difficult to call him Daddy because of the way and manner he treated us all. In my case, he left a job open to and for me for six months, until I made up my mind I wanted it.

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And I Cried! ( Part 1)

And I Cried! ( Part 1)

🕔06:42, 6.Jun 2018

Dateline: Kano City, October 19, 1986, 2055hrs. There was nothing exceptional about this particular day. Everything, as usual, looked ordinary. I sauntered on to the street to cross over to the apartment of my brother and friend, Prince Adewale Arimoro. The cars, private and commercial, moved without let or hindrance, but with utmost care, as they honked to call the attention of pedestrians milling along the sides of the road. There was brisk selling by the roadside petty traders who ignored the harmattan that was insistent on warning about its descent in few hours. Flickers of lamps of different kinds dotted the viewscape, imbuing the environment with a simple beauty that buoyed the illuminations of electricity.

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Dele Giwa: Restless Be Thy Soul!

Dele Giwa: Restless Be Thy Soul!

🕔16:05, 10.May 2018

Dele Giwa was full of life.

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I Will Not Stop Until Political Criminals Are Stopped- Sahara Reporters Publisher, Sowore

I Will Not Stop Until Political Criminals Are Stopped- Sahara Reporters Publisher, Sowore

🕔15:00, 26.Mar 2017

Publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyele Sowore,has stated that he will not relent in his campaign to ensure that Nigeria’s democracy is completed liberated. Sowore  stated this on his Facebook, where he swore that he is ready to die to ensure

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