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One Good Thing About Buhari’s Regime

One Good Thing About Buhari’s Regime

By Abimbola Adelakun Years back, a friend who had worked on the 2011 Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) presidential campaign told me about the overly enthusiastic responses they had received in the North. In one instance,…

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Ado-Doguwa: Between Polygamy And Irresponsibility

Ado-Doguwa: Between Polygamy And Irresponsibility

By Abimbola Adelakun With uncommon patience, I read the pushback of Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, Alhassan Ado-Doguwa, against the ridicule he has harvested since he put his wives on display in the legislative…

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Bitter Truth The North Must Hear…

Bitter Truth The North Must Hear…

By Bola Bolawole One Northern leader after another has, in recent times, decried the so-called poverty of the North, as it were. They have attempted to state why this is so as well as proffer…

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My Candid Opinion On The Okada Brouhaha In Lagos

My Candid Opinion On The Okada Brouhaha In Lagos

By Dele Momodu Fellow Nigerians, let me clear something important from the outset, that I know nothing about #occupylagos and do not support any such misadventure, regardless of participants or purpose. Such ill-conceived and ill-thought…

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Lagos Okada Ban And The Vindication Of Ambode’s Vision

Lagos Okada Ban And The Vindication Of Ambode’s Vision

There is no doubt that the Babajide Sanwo-Olu government underrated the effects and attendant drawback of the ban on Okada and tricycle and the controversy it has generated in the past few days. And even…

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Okada Ban Will Not Solve Sanwo-Olu’s Problem

Okada Ban Will Not Solve Sanwo-Olu’s Problem

By Abimbola Adelakun Beginning from last Saturday, Lagos State placed a ban on commercial motorcycles (okada) and tricycles (keke) in 15 local government areas. The development has further impeded movement around Lagos, a city already…

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If Britain Could Exit Europe…

If Britain Could Exit Europe…

By Bola Bolawole If Britain could exit Europe, as it did close to the midnight of 31st January, 2020; if Eritrea could exit Ethiopia; if Southern Sudan could exit Sudan, then, there is nothing that…

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Insecurity In The Land

Insecurity In The Land

By Simon Kolawolelive Mr Festus Keyamo, minister of state for labour and employment, gave one of the most sensible responses to criticism by an official of the Muhammadu Buhari administration on Friday. Reacting to calls…

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#FactCheck: Has Anything Changed In 365 Days Since The Nigerian Disability Bill Was Signed Into Law? – Lanre Olagunju

#FactCheck: Has Anything Changed In 365 Days Since The Nigerian Disability Bill Was Signed Into Law? – Lanre Olagunju

FactCheck: Has anything changed in 365 days since the  Nigerian Disability Bill was signed into law? – Lanre Olagunju  In 2007, the Federal Government of Nigeria ratified and signed to the United Nations Convention on…

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A Global Brand Positioning Strategy For Nigeria

A Global Brand Positioning Strategy For Nigeria

By Ehi Braimah When my article, ‘How to build a great brand’ was published recently, I received an email from an unlikeliest source. It came from Al Ries – one of the world’s best known…

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