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‘Who are these so called Hausa people that are dominating us?’ – Reno


When we in the South say that the Hausa people of Northern Nigeria are our enemies, we really ought to be aware that we are just playing into the divide and rule strategy of the oligarchs who have been the powers behind the throne in Nigeria for decades and who want the North and the South to be suspicious of each so they can play one side against the other and continue to dominate us to our detriment.

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Osun records 113% improvement in WASSCE performance

Fresh information emanating from the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has shown a 113% improvement in the performance of students who wrote the May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in Osun state. The analysis of 10 years WASSCE results as seen in the table below, shows the increased dividends from the massive investments in education by the administration of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola.

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Buhari should meet his wife in the kitchen

AISHA, grand-daughter of Nigeria’s first minister of defence [Mohammadu Ribadu] was married to retired General Muhammadu Buhari at a very tender age. As the paragon of beauty clocks forty five years early this year [having being born on 17th of February, 1971 – as we were told], she has stayed glued to the husband for 27 years. Having been married to the man at such tender age, with such level of undiluted beauty and sophisticated educational background, Aisha, no doubt, had captured the husband in totality; spirit, body and soul, over the years.

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Shi’a Victim Syndrome, paid mourners and dangerous propaganda

The Shi’a sect’s manifestation in Nigeria: The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), has apparently been ramping up its propaganda. Its strategy has improved to now include delivering its version of the truth using respectable clerics, editorials of respected online publications, talking heads that saturate the airwaves and columnists that seemingly appear to be writing across the divides.

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Excess Crude funds many lies

WHEN I listen to the utterances of Nigerian politicians, I remember the song of one musician, Tony Wilson, entitled, “The Politician Man of Many Words”. In that album, the artist described a politician as ‘a man of many words going to so many places, talking to so many people, and telling so many lies’.

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Made in Nigeria: The Trajectory of a National Campaign

The Area 10 Abuja Playing Ground has never witnessed the presence of that number of Very Important Personalities (VIPs) at the same time. The venue has in the last few years regularly hosted a Trade Fair aimed at promoting locally made goods produced in Aba, a commercial city in Abia State. The Fair started as the constituency project of Senator Enyinanya Abaribe (Abia South) who is now Chairman, Senate Committee on Mining, Power & Metallurgy. It is usually an event without so much noise or heavy VIP attendance.

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