Ojude Oba, Sowore, Chief Justice, minister, senate Obasanjo ship of fools, Tonto Dike, kidnap, rivers Pius Adesanmi, elections, body bags

Awujale’s Ojude Oba ‘swansong’

I can’t afford to die,” Thailand’s former King Bhumibol Adulyadej famously told his biographer, Bill Stevenson, who was peering into ...
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degree, America elephant, world, Principled leadership, why leaders fail

Developing self-confidence 2

You may have experienced the loss of a loved one. It becomes more impacting if the deceased is a younger ...
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approachable, coach

Standing the test of time 1

Once we lay the consequences of character and moral fiber in our lives, we will immediately be confronted with what ...
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Incorporated Trustees, vacation , criminal justice law, Zamfara

The Law of Incorporated Trustees (Churches, Mosques, et al)

In recent times, there has been a lot of focus on religious organisations, as to their proliferation, operations, organisations and ...
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Youths lament exclusion from Buhari’s ministerial list

YOUTHS under the aegis of Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth & Advancement (YIAGA) on Tuesday, lamented their exclusion from President, ...
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Naira Marley, language, smart ladies, election, Justice, cook your own way, Entitlement Identity, marriage

Naira Marley as template of a failed nation

I accept friend requests of people younger than I am after taking a trip to their walls on Facebook. If ...
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presidential dissociative disorder, Buhari, Fulanisation

Presidential Dissociative Disorder (PDD)

The intoxication of power can deaden people’s moral sensibilities, weaken their faculty for empathy, and cause them to be ensconced ...
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Beyond Fayose: The future of Ekiti

I spent the better part of last Tuesday, October 16, focusing on developments in Ekiti State. It was the day ...
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travel, equity, woman

Overcoming bad financial habits

Some people find it almost impossible to achieve their financial goals. We are unable to save regularly, talk less of ...
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Government, food security and the Central Bank

Food security lies at the foundation of national well-being and national power. Bonaparte famously observed that an army “marches on ...
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Memo to Yoruba Governors (2)

“Do not remove the ancient landmarks that your fathers set”-Prov 22:28. Yoruba nation continues to remove the precious landmarks established ...
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Dangers of economic/financial abuse

Financial abuse which is sometimes called economic abuse, is a pattern of controlling, threatening and degrading a woman and it ...
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sentence, votes, women's course, fighting, readers

Taking, taken

SAMPLE 1: “A dog trained in tracking and trailing will track a victim to the point where he was ferried ...
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Yemisi mother

Re: Where is my Mummy?

Kemi, your case is very simple. All you need do is to send your mum’s details if you have any  ...
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Yemisi mother

Re: I want to end it all!

Olufunso,I will advise you to approach the Pastoral team for a job and a house. Also, you can either file ...
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Yemisi mother

What is the implication of long abstinence from s*x?

Dear Yemisi, Please, what happens to a man without s*x over years? I equally want to know the remedy for ...
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revolution, power, Ambode, Atiku, Lagos Owo

Buhari and his leopard’s skin

The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil but by those who watch them without doing anything ...
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Obasanjo, money laundering
Relevance of separation of powers and its application to Nigeria (4)
DEMOCRACY cannot survive let alone thrive in any country without lawyers particularly those in government and those serving political parties ...
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To return Nigeria to a happy and peaceful civilian rule

CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK ALHAJI Aminu Kano struck the nail right on the head in his recent statement on the ...
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rose, future life, reputation

The power of vision (II)

Last time we began looking at the power of vision. Vision is the the picture which shows the potential of ...
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education, Buhari, RUGA, poverty, education, governors, Ngige, rich, will of God

Ministers, your POAs, please

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari’s idea of organising a retreat for his ministers ahead of their assumption of office came across as ...
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AIB: Agency gaining global recognition

AS complicating as the country’s aviation sector may look, thanks to the myriad of challenges bedeviling it, there are still ...
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Lessons of hajj and the legacy of Abraham

SURELY Abraham was an exemplar, obedient to God, upright ... (Quran 16:120 - M. A. Shakir Translation) During the past ...
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Shugaba, the plane is about to crash!

Just in case you missed this frightening and scary story. It was one that set the airs on every patriot’s ...
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oshiomhole election, choices, anti-corruption war

As I take a bow…

ON Thursday, June 6, I clocked 16 years of active service both as an insider and observer at the chambers ...
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Is Akpabio now among the saints?

HIS triumphant Zanga dance step to MC Galaxy’s Sekem says it all; the poetry of his victory. Like the street-reborn ...
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Industrialist canvasses for low cost of building materials

THE need to facilitates a conducive environment where ease of doing business would be enhanced has been canvassed by industrialist, ...
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Wale Adebanwi on Mama HID (63)

WHILE her children and grandchildren were meeting in Efunyela Hall, someone suggested that H.I.D should go to Efunyela Hall to ...
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Dayo Abatan at 79

ON May 15, Chief Dayo Abatan will turn 79. Dayo is one of my very close friends. We are also ...
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Wale Adebanwi on Mama HID (62)

PUNCTUALITY, THE “DISEASE” OF THE conscientious, was still “tormenting” HID at 99. Almost nine decades of “setting forth at dawn” ...
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Kwame Nkrumah: 46 years after

ON this day, 46 years ago, the torch-bearer of African revolution, Kwame Nkrumah, died in Bucharest, Romania. He was said ...
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Wale Adebanwi on Mama HID (61)

WHILE all the adherents of the Awolowo were feuding, the dominant conservative coalition which had ruled Nigeria in one guise ...
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The accented sacrifice and other distractions

Globally, it is the stock in trade of administrations to find the right bones to throw at the mob to ...
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DRUM DIALOGUES: Master Drummer and The Accompaniments

DRUM DIALOGUES: Master Drummer and The Accompaniments

Drum dialogue occurs between the lead drummer and the other drummers in the ensemble, and also, between lead drummer and ...
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