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Saturday, 20 May 2017 11:03

They learnt nothing, and forgot nothing

They showed their pernicious hands again last Sunday, and have been on the prowl since then, roaring like a lion, seeking who to devour. Purveyors of death they are, and they have killed President Muhammadu Buhari many times over, cloned the websites of international media houses to announce the hoax, but their wishes did not become horses, so
Published in Opinion
The return of President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) after a 50 day medical vacation in the UK have doused the tension and speculations about his health status. Nonetheless, public comments signals that many thinks he is neither incapacitated nor medically fit. Being mortal, it is not anomalous for PMB to be ill, but the inaudibility of his
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The recent upsurge in anti-immigrant attacks in South Africa has renewed concerns about the episodic wave of what some people call xenophobic attacks in that country. It is estimated that between 2008 and 2015, about 350 people lost their lives in such ‘xenophobic’ attacks in the country.  But is it really right to call the
Published in Opinion
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 11:31

Nothing to worry about my health - Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday assured Nigerians there was no reason to panic over his state of health. Buhari, who, however, noted that results of the series of medical checkups he carried out in the cause of his medical vacation had shown that he needed longer period of rest, added it was the reason for his staying back in London
Published in News Update
Saturday, 18 February 2017 20:52

Come back home, Mr. President

Come back home, come back homeCome back home, come back homeCome back home; Nigerians are missing you Come back home; Nigerians are waiting for you Mr. President, your health and wellbeing are important to us. Nigerians want to see and feel you. We are like a family whose breadwinner has been away for sometimes. We know that you feel
Published in Columnist
Thursday, 09 February 2017 09:25

Of citizenship, protests and responsibility

“Protests are good. They keep government on its toes. They help the populace participate and ideally should lead to accountability and good governance. That is the ideal. But protests must have a theme. They must also have a goal and clearly defined outcomes. A protest is not a tea party nor is it playing house. When a protest doesn't
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