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A poet for PDP in Ekiti

Putatively, Ayo Fayose, Ekiti Government House two-timer, is an enfant terrible of Nigerian politics. He revels in it, or better still, in its positives, as an avante garde. Well, his mantra of stomach infrastructure is crudely innovative,…

No, Deacon Adesina, no

Say what you may, Deacon Femi Adesina, spokesperson to President Muhammadu Buhari, was a Woke writer, before national duty, called. It is, however, debatable that he has always been what he is manifesting now, despite the sayings about…

Aregbesola’s legatum (2)

A certain hagiographer named Bola Ilori is strutting the social media, indecorously employing a genteel mien, to win supposed heathen for the crowd of brethren he thinks, must be amassed to enhance the believability of his saintly…

We will all miss Abba

In his graveside elegy which the coronavirus pandemic didn’t allow him to deliver, Baba isinku President Muhammadu Buhari, called his transited CoS, the very best of his enclosed circuit of pals. The statement becomes an alternative fact to…

A son like Bello el-Rufai

If you want to know how the mind of Kaduna’s first son, Bello el-Rufai works, check his Twitter page, @B_EL-RUFAI. He has two images there. His posts go out with a handsome image of his father’s godfather, Muhammadu Buhari, arching his neck…

Aregbesola’s legatum (1)

Yanmu-yanmu is a tiny, annoying insect. Its buzz, is perhaps the most notable of his existence. But when it comes close enough for a bite, it leaves behind reddish, itchy spots, one could nurse for a while. There is another, known as…

Shehu Garba heaps garbage on history

There is an interesting read featuring Hillary Clinton’s rebranding, as Hillary 2.0, by R. Emmet Tyrrell Jr. The compendium of sort, is entitled “Public Nuisances 1”. Tyrell is a long-standing journalist with honours, both causa and earned.…

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