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As the realignment of forces begins…

The much-anticipated realignment of political forces has begun in earnest. That which was predicted would follow the outcome of the presidential primaries of the two leading political parties – the APC and PDP – is already upon us! We have…

Continuing ASUU strike a shame on all of us

THE Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been on strike for nearly five months now. As a consequence, hundreds of thousands of students in public universities are idling away the days doing nothing. They are seething in anger and…

Owo massacre: We have not heard the last!

I am from Owo. I was born and bred there. Readers of my columns must have known that by now.  My primary school, modern school and secondary school were all at Owo. I did not step out of Owo to live anywhere else until 1975, first at Sobe…

Who wins Ekiti governorship polls?

The 2022 Ekiti governorship election is around the corner! Saturday, 18th June is the D-Day. But before we comment full blast on the forthcoming election, two momentous events that last week shook not just the nation but the world as a…

Has Buhari won or lost the corruption war?

One of the three pillars on which the retired Major-General Muhammdu Buhari hung his return to power as president and commander-in-chief in 2015 was that he would fight and uproot corruption. The other two were that he would end insurgency…

Avoiding the road to Kigali

I read the headlines of the story of a woman who allegedly was murdered together with her children, reportedly somewhere in the eastern parts of the country but I never really read the story. The past few weeks have been hectic for me and I…

Still on Deborah Samuel

Someone said when it comes to religion, some Nigerians fight for God but when it comes to their own livelihood and fundamental human rights, they ask God to fight for them! Sarcastic, but how true! You may also have come across another post…

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