Remembering My First Wife

I met her in October 1982. Pretty. Sleek. Beautiful. Many young people loved to have her as their very own then. I did not really regard her as my wife …

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A YELLOW CARD FOR THE RULERS – By Nosa Igiebor

Change can be both evolutionary and revolutionary. When it’s slow, steady and constructive, that’s evolution. When it’s rapid, even sudden, and transformative in a positive way, that’s revolution. But revolution …

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ADIEU, J P CLARK! – By Charles Uwensuyi-Edosomwan

Sad to write a tribute to the memory of J P Clark, a poet, a Nigerian, an Izon and very importantly, a Govt Collegian of the Ughelli family. He was …

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Joe Biden vs Donald Trump – Final US Presidential Debate Tonight

As in the first debate on 29th September 2020, from 2.00a.m. Nigerian time tonight, US President Donald Trump of the Republican Party and former Vice-President Joe Biden of the Democratic …

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Take the Lead to Provide More Affordable Money Remittance to Diasporan Nigerians – Dabiri-Erewa Tasks Ecobank

Ecobank has been told to lead other Nigerian banks to provide products and services that would encourage Nigerians in the Diaspora to increase their remittances home. The bank should blaze …

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Push! Push!! – The Anchor Leg For Okonjo-Iweala As WTO DG

2020 has turned out to be a unique harvest and fruitful year for Nigeria as the country commits to the final lap to add Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to the list …

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A Week Of Nobel Prize Awards Brings Some Hope To The World

In the midst of national and international uncertainties, protests, COVID-19 spikes and economic woes, the last week has also featured some unique achievements with the announcement of winners of the …

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SARS DISBANDED AT LAST, BUT THERE ARE UNANSWERED QUESTIONS

After a week of nationwide #ENDSARS protests, Nigeria’s Inspector-General of Police Mohammed Adamu announced today that the police unit has been dissolved immediately. He made a radio and tv broadcast …

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It’s Not About SARS – By Rev. Prof. Anthony Akinwale

It’s Not About SARS – By Rev. (Prof) Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer In 1970, as the Nigeria-Biafra war was ending, a new war began.  Robbery with violence.  Some soldiers on …

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Archbishop Martins Supports #ENDSARS Protests

Support for the nationwide #ENDSARS protests has come from the Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev. Alfred Adewale Martins. Archbishop Martins said in a statement today in Lagos that he …

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