Politics

Sentiments have replaced patriotism among Nigerians —Kwande

Nigeria’s Ambassador to Switzerland in the Second Republic, Ambassador Yahaya Kwande, speaks with ISAAC SHOBAYO on leadership problems confronting the ...
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APC

Why ninth NASS will be truly independent —Adeyeye

Former Minister of Works, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, is among senators in the ninth National Assembly inaugurated on Tuesday. In this ...
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APC

What will Lawan, Gbajabiamila do differently?

LEADERS of the governing All Progressives Congress (APC), no doubt, are still savouring the victory of their preferred choice as ...
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Buhari on Democracy Day

Issues as Nigerians mark June 12

FROM 1999 and 2014, three major national summits have been held to discuss ways of addressing issues considered as obstacles ...
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Tinubu

June 12: The truth that sets democracy free in our land

THE power of truth to set men free from the limiting chains of falsehood and limiting superstitions is one of ...
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June 12: Quotable Quotes

IBB on June 12 We are determined to keep the promise. Since this transition, and indeed any transition, must have ...
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building

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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