The Supreme Court Has Spoken!

In every country worldwide, the Supreme Court is the endit of every litigation, legal and constitutional interpretation – the last bus stop. So when any matter gets to the Supreme …

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Simone Biles – More Gold Than Usain Bolt

There are some sports where the black man or woman is not given a chance because people say the make up and body mass of Caucasians are better suited for …

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Election in Canada: ‘Trudeaumania’ rules!

Incumbent Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau was re-elected yesterday Monday 21st October in a tight general election which his Liberal Party marginally won and can only run the country as …

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LAKE HEBERT MACAULAY IN LAGOS

A new lake has surfaced in Lagos. It is located in the Yaba axis on what used to be the prestigious Herbert Macaulay Way which stretches from Oyingbo to Jibowu, …

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My Name Is Rain – But Don’t Blame Me For Bad Roads!

Yes, I am Rain; and I am here. But I am very upset. Everyone in Nigeria blames me for every bad thing that is happening to them. When I fall, …

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The Keke Napep Menace – A Crisis of Identity 

My first ride in a tricycle was in 1982 in New Delhi, India. I had gone to cover the Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement hosted by then Indian Prime Minister …

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Sex-for-Marks: Why Are We Surprised?

I am shocked at the feigned ignorance of many of us about the BBC Sex-for-Grades video that is currently trending. Everyone has jumped on a bandwagon that is as old …

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SENIOR PROF: TIAMIYU BELO-OSAGIE AS OUR 1ST OCTOBER SYMBOL

1st October every year between 1995 and 2004 was a date my wife and I loved to keep with someone special. Even when things were tough and rough in private …

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