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Fashola: When the Truth Becomes Scarce

By Philip Agbese It takes a courageous man to admit the failings of his generation. It takes even greater courage to set about making amends for such identified failure by presenting oneself in service to the people for the sole purpose of turning the failings of the past into success stories. This is exactly what […]

I Am Embarrassed To Have Jonathan As My President

by Gbenga Olorunpomi For weeks, I had resisted the urge to write. So many landmark events have transpired in the last few weeks and despite the persistent prompting by two editors to put my opinion into words, I chose not to. I just wanted to clear my mind for the task ahead. However, it took […]

Let’s Ignore Okupe, let’s discuss a new Nigeria

By Joe Femi-Dagunro/Lagos With the recent outburst of Dr. Doyin Okupe, a former medical doctor turned political jobber, that has been given undue attention by many concerned Nigerians globally, I believe it is time for us to ignore this uncouth and untrained media spokesperson representing the government of Nigeria. Dr. Okupe is not aware that […]

Glorious Last Born At 70

By Sulaiman Osho Providence has a way of fulfilling itself on every individual. Destiny has a way of manifesting on every homo-sapiens. Fate has a way of manifesting itself on all living and non-living things. Pre-measurement has a unique way of playing the script on every human being no matter the situation. Pre-destination has a […]

Jonathan writes Washington Post on Chibok schoolgirls

‘Nothing is more important than bringing home Nigeria’s missing girls’ BY GOODLUCK JONATHAN I have had to remain quiet about the continuing efforts by Nigeria’s military, police and investigators to find the girls kidnapped in April from the town of Chibok by the terrorist group Boko Haram. I am deeply concerned, however, that my silence […]

All eyes on Ekiti, says Tinubu

By Bola Ahmed Tinubu With today’s election, Ekiti State has become the epicentre of Nigeria’s electoral politics. Here, the major political fault lines converge into a great foreshadowing. Fateful questions not only about Ekiti but about the course of our nation and its uncertain democracy will be asked and may be answered this day. If […]

How Christians Try To Bully God

BAMIDELE JOHNSON Can God be bullied? The question should be marked “pointless.”. If (as believers in Him claim) God is omnipotent and omniscient, He certainly cannot be bullied. But that has not stopped many Christians from trying. Christians, very vigorously and regularly, attempt to bully and legislate for God. They attempt to be God’s own […]



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