Change and the burden of proof

September 11, 2016

I have always believed and advocated that only a universal change can truly change whatever is primed for a change, even in a nuclear family. A desired systemic change is only a reality when everyone […]

Osun royalty battle

September 4, 2016

With cases pending at both the High Court and the Court of Appeal on the raging royalty battle in Ijesaland, the most convenient argument would be to let the judiciary have the usual final say […]

The bang on Abang

August 28, 2016

You will know it when they want to make a deliberate statement in the delivery of their considered opinions (judgments), particularly justices of the two appellate courts; Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. That is […]

Little things that matter

August 21, 2016

What is little? Grammar books say “insignificant and unimportant.” Grammar isn’t life. It is an insignificant part of life. A huge chunk of humanity has no affinity with it and still does importantly significant things. […]

Nigeria needs prayers

July 31, 2016 Lanre Adewole

Nigeria is a praying nation. We need to pray more for Buhari and his administration. The last time, I submitted that there is no painless economic policy choice on the table for Nigeria at current […]

Goodbye gala

July 10, 2016 Lanre Adewole

During Ndi Okereke-Onyuike’s American wonder stock boom, a childhood friend hooded me into farming out a princely sum into certain firms, including UAC. In the wake of the doom, he bolted. Even with her plus […]

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