Saturday, June 23, 2018
By Ajibade Morakinyo Eagles’ lovers have been ranting over the team’s discouraging performances in the pre-world cup friendly matches, thereby raising a question mark on how far the team would go in the tournament. Would these Eagles fly? Your answer...
By Eniola Akinkuotu Before Obasanjo's administration, Nigeria's GDP growth had been painfully slow since 1987, and only managed 3 per cent between 1999 and 2000. However, under Obasanjo the growth rate doubled to 6 per cent until he left office. Nigeria's...
Say what you will, Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola has finally achieved apotheosis. Not many humans are so lucky, or that endowed in life or in death. It is common to hear ordinary mortals say, in moments of deep frustration,...
By Tola Adeniyi I wouldn’t know where the bogus concept of hate speech came from or who brought up the idea to the floor of the National Assembly but I know for certain what purpose it was meant to serve....
By Reno Omokri By now you must have watched the embarrassing video of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Kpotum Idris, giving a speech somewhere in Kano. If you have not watched it, then do yourself a favour and please...
By Dare Dada As a keen observer of the political happenings in Ekiti State as well as an economist, the propensity for Economic prosperity is quite on the downward trend despite the socio-Economic dexterity of the state and potentials for...
By Eric Elezuo For the uninitiated, many years ago, the late maverick singer, Fela Anikulakpo Kuti, did a song where he used lyrics like ‘my people are useless, my people are senseless, my people are indiscipline’. He was not just...
By Wale Adedayo There is something wrong, and very wrong too, with strategists of the ruling All Progressives (APC) at the very top. Not all critics of President Muhammad Buhari are looters or friends of looters, contrary to their assertions....
The story of sexual harassment in our institutions of higher learning is no longer news. The one coming from OAU, involving a Professor Richard Akindele and his “harassed” student is presently trending. Since creation, man does the unthinkable to satisfy...
By Molly Fosco At an Onyejekwe family get-together, you can’t throw a stone without hitting someone with a master’s degree. Doctors, lawyers, engineers, professors — every family member is highly educated and professionally successful, and many have a lucrative side...

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