LAUTECH ownership: A different view (I)

March 19, 2017

THE opinion of Alhaji Bashiru Omidiran, the chairman LAUTECH Alumni Association, Osun State chapter published in the Sunday Tribune of March 12, 2017 in response to that of Mr Lanre Adewole (Gibbers) of January 29, […]

Re: LAUTECH

March 12, 2017

ORDINARILY, the opinion of Mr Lanre Adewole published in the Sunday Tribune of January 29th 2017 need no deserved response but as a way of guarding his readers with the truth undiluted, hence this unbiased […]

2019 and Oyomesi

February 26, 2017 Lanre Adewole

SOMETHING sinister is brewing in Oyo APC. It is about succession scheme. It should ordinarily be the usual Ibadan vs others’ age-long majority/minority dichotomy and rotational agitation. But the simmering lava is disproportionate to what […]

Buhari’s epiphany

February 12, 2017 Lanre Adewole

EXCEPT for the usual camouflage mien of a general, it is very likely that something must have badly shaken in President Muhammadu Buhari. It could be his psyche, confidence or trust or possibly all three. […]

Will Buhari risk all for Kashamu?

February 5, 2017

WITH the current political activities of Senator Buruji Kashamu representing Ogun East senatorial district, it will be understandable if the government of the day, which he should ordinarily be an opposition to, views him with […]

LAUTECH and the Constituted Authority

January 29, 2017

LAUTECH stands today as the crisis-brand for the owner-states; I have interacted with top stakeholders. My take; crude emotive fraternity is at play and not even N5 billion by Oyo and Osun states would help. […]

President Trump: The Jerk who’ll be a Legend (1)

January 22, 2017

The Lord Himself pronounced the world ignorant of things of the Spirit. With this understanding, its cruel cynicism towards its brand new president (America rules the world?), Donald J. Trump, is understandable. Because his ascendancy […]

The Kootu Asipa in Oluwo’s yard

January 8, 2017

THE metaphor of aloku soja (discharged spent soldier) fits the Nigerian judiciary in its current state, like an over-starched military fatigue. The imagery of this rusty condemned soldier man is uselessness-personified, almost not useful to […]

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