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Jedege Vs Akeredolu, battle of 2 SANs

Now that Mr. Eyitayo Jedege (SAN) has emerged as the candidate of the  Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the just-concluded  party primary election, he is warming up to face the incumbent governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, in the forthcoming Ondo…

Tribute to a gallant combatant

Death, do not be proud that you took away a courageous young lady despite her positive contribution to her fatherland.Miss Tolulope Arotile was born in December 1995 to Mr and Mrs Akintunde Arotile in Kaduna, but both parents hail from…

On NDDC forensic audit

The media has been filled with reports about the high profile Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) audit before the Senate but like all other issues, the Nigerian factor seems to be rearing its head in the matter.The Peoples…

On Oyo SUBEB’s giant steps

It is the dream of every passenger to board a vehicle and alight at his destination in peace. While sitting in the vehicle at the motor park, it will be too difficult to know the expertise of the driver unless he takes off. The manner he…

On the trial of Hushpuppi

The arrest of Nigerian-born international fraudster and Instagram celebrity, Ramoni Igbalode Abbas, otherwise known as Hushpuppi, by the E-police unit of the Dubai Police might have been a shock to his admirers but to well-meaning…

IGP, work on accidental discharge

The inspector General of police(IGP), Alhaji Mohammed Adamu, needs to take a solid stand and give directive to all the Divisional Police units across the country to educate their officers  on handling of their guns especially at police…

Castration as punishment for rape

Castration as a word reminds one of the inhumane treatment some of our forefathers received when they went into slavery. First, there is this important question; what punishment would vindicate the raped male?Of course, there is always…

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