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Bala Usman: Things are looking up at the Ports

She must not get carried away and must watch her back from being stabbed by obvious enemies

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Overcoming history

Recent events in Nigeria indicate that we are held captive by our historical past, yet we disdain history so much, or are so afraid of its truth, that it was removed from the national curriculum. We need to confront our history and use it as a basis to create a new tomorrow for our country.

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Rochas knows where he has soiled his hands – Fani-Kayode

“Instead of respecting himself, shutting up and seeking for forgiveness from God for betraying his Igbo people, addressing his elders and betters in an inappropriate and insolent manner and playing the fool, the village … called Rochas Okorocha has once again fouled up the public space by opening his dirty mouth and talking about Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, the former Minister of Culture and Tourism and former Minister of Aviation.

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Our DISCOS are dancing disco

WE must continue to discus the challenges in our power sector until all issues are resolved. It is very important that we clear the misconception that electricity supply situation will improve if the tariff increase is effected. It is quite unfortunate that our Honourable Minister in charge of Power, Mr. Babatunde Fashola is stuck on this belief. It is clear that the DISCOS (electricity distribution companies) did not do enough due diligence before they jumped into the bandwagon.

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Buratai: A patriot “Numero Uno”

I thought deeply about a suitable caption to appropriately capture my elations when I reflected on the Nigerian army and the anti-terrorism campaigns in the last two years. After much thought, in the light of another heroic celebration of the Army boss, I was also careful enough to adopt a choice that would fairly represent the positive judgment of majority of Nigerians.

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