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Opinion : Why  People Suggest Regulations Of Social Media

Opinion : Why  People Suggest Regulations Of Social Media

By Reuben Abati :. . . .Last weekend, Nigerians gave President Buhari a wife, married her off, collected bride price on her family’s behalf and gave the First Lady of Nigeria, such a massive heartache that smoked her out. Human beings are very wicked. I am now tempted to see the reason in the argument […]

Bala Mohammed And The Fulani Ethnic Nationality Question

  A Response to the Nigerian Tribune Editorial Titled: “Bauchi Governor and the Stateless Fulani” By Ladan Salihu During a recent interview session with the Channels Television network; in response to a question, the Executive Governor of Bauchi State, His Excellency Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, CON, stated that the Fulani herdsmen, no matter where they […]

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ADEJOKE ORELOPE-ADEFULIRE: A WOMAN OF INTEGRITY AND SERVICE AT 60

By: Desmond Utomwen : Chalse Caleb Colton, it was who said that, ‘In life, we shall find many men that are great, and some men that are good, but very few men that are both great and good’. Perhaps he had Princess Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire in mind when he made that thoughtful observation many years back. […]

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Nigeria : Oyetola, A Leadership Path Breaker @ 65

  By Ismail Omipidan: For close to about two decades, I have been involved in the business of gathering, processing and dissemination of information to the public. Although, I will still be doing same thing, it will be primarily to promote and propagate the activities and leadership philosophies of my principal, Governor Adegboyega Oyetola of […]

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Goodbye Fellow Humanist, Patrick Naagbanton!

  By Leo Igwe My hand is shaking as I pen this piece, as I tried to articulate a befitting tribute to my dear friend and fellow humanist, Patrick Naagbanton. Patrick’s sudden demise has emotionally devastated me. I am in shock and cannot believe that Mr. Naagbanton has passed away. The news of his death […]

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Nigeria: Plateau Born Innovator Desirous To Be Thomas Edison Of Our Time – NAN Feature

  By Martha Agas, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Like any young boy growing up, Luka Zang, winner of the 2019 Federal Government’s award for excellence in technology and innovation, at the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSME) Award, was fond of destroying almost every electronic device in their house, and later recouple them. His […]

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Catholic Africa And Its Discontents – Opinion

  By Leo Igwe The pope started a three-nation visit to Africa this week. The visit takes him to Mozambique, Madagascar, and Mauritius. A BBC report has analysed the significance of the visit and why Africa is the future of the Catholic church. The report paints an exciting picture of the future of Catholicism in Africa. […]

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Re: El-Rufai And Napoleon Complex By Onikepo Braithwaite –A Rejoinder

  By Emmanuel Ado: “It’s not the size of the dog; it’s the size of the fight in the dog.”  Mark Twain. Political opponents of Mallam Nasir El Rufai, Governor of Kaduna State routinely resort to insults,especially about his height, when they can’t counter his position on issues with superior argument. But being “short” has […]

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