Beyond COVID-19: A wake up call

All over the world, events we had better imagined are gradually emerging as our new reality. The COVID-19 has kept ...
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Africa, African state, Africa democracy

COVID-19 puts democracy on trial in Africa

A major subject of debate in advanced democracies is the need to deepen democracy on the African continent. Faced with ...
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David Mark

David Mark: Unfading patriot, still championing legacies at 72

“I will continue to contribute to the wellbeing and the development of our country. I will remain a peace ambassador, ...
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Many FG’s MDAs constitute waste —Faleke

Chairman, House Committee on Finance, Honourable Abiodun Faleke, in this interview by KEHINDE AKINTOLA, speaks on economic issues bothering on ...
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closure, members

‘Corps members deserve N500,000 severance package’

Tajudeen Obasa, a member of the House of representative, in this interview by SAM NWAOKO, speaks on his representation since ...
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lockdown, Shehu Sani, human rights

Hunger may compel Nigerians to defy lockdown order —Shehu Sani

As the lockdown continues in the face of the ravaging coronavirus pandemic, with many daily income earners lamenting over their ...
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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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