Friday, November 22, 2019
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Presidency to Obasanjo: Get well soon

OPINION—The sixteen-page letter the former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, wrote to President Muhammadu Buhari and released this afternoon is the last push by desperate politicians who can’t handle the President politically and have resorted to subterfuge. Our first message to the former President is that he needs a good doctor for

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Corruption

Corruption: Who Will Get The Damn Job Done?

I cover my face in shame sharing this. Nigeria, a nation with huge resources is clogged in the wheels of corruption. Apparently, we all knew that APC as a party may not deliver the goodies, but some of us rooted for President Muhammadu Buhari as a promising individual contender that

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President Muhammadu Buhari

The Nigeria Test Tube, Socio-Economic And Political Reactions

Nigeria has witnessed several political midwifing and reactions. The most recent being the reaction that produced Muhammadu Buhari as President. The reaction was in stages, the first phase was between political parties, Alliance for Democracy (AD) and Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) which produced All Progressive Congress (APC). The reaction

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adeyeye olorunfemi

Adeyeye’s Saga: A Blatant Abuse of Social Media and Activism

Nothing bothers more than the incendiary strides of ill mores and insensitivity embraced by misguided youths especially in the citadel of learning. Insubordination thrives in the guise of activism and it saddens that we live in a society where institutions tolerate moral and intellectual weaklings opposed to cultural norms and

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National-assembly symbol, FOI Act

FOI Act 2011: Right of individuals to institute court proceedings

The Freedom of Information Act (FOI Act 2011) suffered setback in its passage before the needful was done by the legislative arm of government. Prior to its eventual passage, both the executive and the legislative arm of government played hide and seek games with the rights of Nigerians because of

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Tiwa Savage and Tunji Bello, Emotional Intelligence

Nugget on Emotional Intelligence

According to the Oxford Dictionary, Emotional Intelligence “is the capacity to be aware of, control and express one's emotions and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.” So many of us are unmindful of how powerful our emotions can be. Emotions not controlled could be fatal to the point that

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