SOUTH AFRICA AS NIGERIAN KILLING FIELDS

The latest news about the seemingly inceasing killing of Nigerians in South Africa has come from far away Yokohama, Japan where South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said after meeting with …

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STEVE RHODES – HE LIVES! (April 1926 – May 2008)

About this time 11 years ago, a friend in Canada sent me an email saying: “What is this I am reading about Steve Rhodes? The article I read on the …

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MINISTERIAL PORTFOLIOS: NO MAJOR SURPRISE

After all the guess work and permutations, possibles and probables, President Muhammadu Buhari officially assigned his ministers with portfolios today as they took their oaths of office. Many lists of …

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The Precedence in the El Zakzaky ‘One-Chance’

As I am writing this, Sheikh El Zakzaky is said to be on his way back to Nigeria from India by the same Emirates Airline that took him there a …

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Accounting Doyen Akintola Williams clocks 100!

The name Akintola Williams is synonymous with the Accounting profession. Just as you would say go and DHL it for courier, Xerox it for photo copying or Google it for …

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The Sad Argy-Bargy Between the Nigeria Police & Army

Three policemen  and a civilian were shot dead by soldiers in Taraba State during the week in what could be regarded as the worst incidence of ‘friendly fire’ deaths in …

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WHAT IS A REVOLUTION?

We have been inundated with several and differing explanations and meaning of the word “revolution” in the last one week, following the protest planned by Revolution Now, a group led …

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Edo State & Conflicting Orders

If I were Godwin Obaseki, Governor of Edo State, I will be a very confused man, seeing the number of conflicting orders from different arms of government about the situation …

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Waiting For Ministerial Portfolios – With Bated Breath!

During the recent ‘Take a bow and go’ ministerial confirmation exercise by the Nigerian Senate, a female senator commended one of the nominees for his looks, saying she could see …

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