Coronavirus Confirmed In Lagos – Health Minister 

The first case of coronavirus disease has been confirmed in Lagos, Nigeria. The case, which was confirmed yesterday, the 27th of February 2020, is the first to be reported in …

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Catholics Dress in Black To Mourn For Nigeria

Catholics in Nigeria are dressed in black today as a sign of mourning for those killed in terrorists and insurgent attacks in the country. They are using today, Ash Wednesday, …

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Pelé, The Living Legend of Our Time: Still Trudging On!

I had a golden opportunity about 50 years ago to watch Pelé play football and display what we had read about the legendary Brazilian striker who seemed to make the round …

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Supreme Court vs Supreme Court 

I am a bit confused. May be not a bit – very confused. I am not a lawyer so that is probably why; but from the beginning we were told …

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What’s in a Name: The Travails of Bayelsa Deputy Governor-Elect 

The reason the Supreme Court yesterday sacked David Lyon and his deputy as governor-elect and deputy governor-elect of Bayelsa State was the provision of false information to INEC in reference …

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Abacha Loot: The Facts, The Fiction

The term, “Abacha Loot” has acquired a life and meaning of its own. What does it mean? What are the facts and fiction of Nigeria’s wealth stolen by the man, …

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BREXIT: Boris Johnson, You’re ‘The Man’

As our people will say in our lingo, “like play, like play”, Britain is out of the European Union! And the man who made it possible is BJ – Boris …

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Nigeria, The Graveyard

There seems to be a tradition among many tribes in Nigeria that only living Nigerians should reside abroad. Those who die should be brought back to be buried at ‘home’. …

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European Football January Transfer: Ighalo & Moses Hit it Big

The January transfer window ended last night in Europe and as usual, it was a stressful period from beginning to the end for all those involved – players, managers, agents, …

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