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Nigeria of Nigerians’ dream

We need one another, no matter the ethnic group we belong. The way God designed different parts of the human body to work together is the same way he designed our different states and individuals with different professions, religions, backgrounds to work together and contribute to the well-being of the people and the country as a whole.

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PETER OBI: I have no ambition to go to senate

Peter Obi at 55

TODAY, the former Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Peter Obi turns 55. Born on July 19, 1961, he remains a man of strong will and gentle speech, of imposing purpose and simple sentiments. His character and politics have continued to please the people. He is genial, witty, unassuming, and endowed with a charm that atones for his errors. Simple and unpretentious in appearance and attire, he has steadily established a reputation for political sanctity and love for our country, Nigeria and its people.

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Who is afraid of Gov. M.A. Abubakar’s giant strides

It was Seth Godin who said: “Criticisms come to those who stand out”. This can aptly describe the M. A. Abubakar’s government. Hardly any week goes by without one form of criticism or attack on the governor on the social or print media. On face value, one would think these self-acclaimed preservers of democracy are using their freedom of speech to highlight social ills and canvass strategies that need to be implemented, but no, the reverse is the case; skin deep they only cry wolf.

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Nigeria’s unity is negotiable

A FEW days ago, President Muhammadu Buhari was quoted as telling a group of agitators from the Niger Delta region of the country that “Nigeria’s unity is not negotiable”. He went further by pulling from a former Head of State; General Yakubu Gowon, most popular quote while the Nigeria/Biafra war lasted to buttress his point. That quote said:“to keep Nigeria one is a task that must be done”.

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Hijab: Religious attire crisis in Osun public schools

IF the news recently making the round and stories on the pages of our dailies focusing on students attired in religious apparel is something to go by, the educational system in Osun State, even other states in the South-West are heading to a precipice. Parents and guardians, indeed, Nigerians should have cause to worry now for these children who are the future leaders of tomorrow.

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Abubakar Malami (SAN)  . Photo by Gbemiga Olamikan

Malami and Section 174 (3)

After playing the hide and seek game for several weeks, Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami last Wednesday decided to heed the invitation by the Senate for him to shed light on whether he acted in public interest and without abusing his office in a conflict of interest situation while filing forgery charges against the two presiding officers of the Senate, Senate President Abubakar Bukola Saraki and his deputy, Ike Ekweremadu and two other bureaucrats.

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Regenerative medicine can make you sexually active again

Sex is cherished because of the pleasure people derive from it. It doesn’t matter whether you are a man or a woman. Sex is designed by nature to be enjoyed, especially when you are married. Besides, it is the only natural way of procreation. Meanwhile, there are hindrances to healthy sexual life that tend to make the lives of the victim miserable. One of such hindrances is erectile dysfunction suffered by men. A victim will normally not have penile erection to have sex. Or, to put it mildly, the victim may suffer what many people refer to as premature ejaculation. In the case of the woman, her own problem may be loss of vaginal sensation that results in what is commonly called frigidity.

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Victor Ike-Oye

Victor Ike-Oye: A politician, community leader of repute

THE Book of Proverbs 22:29 states that: “Show me a man who is diligent in his work, he will stand in the presence of kings and not in the presence of unknown men.” One man that has distinguished himself in proving to be a diligent man is the National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Victor Ike-Oye. The APGA boss, who is marking his 30th wedding and 60th birthday anniversaries with an Ozo title and Charity Day, has proved that he is a diligent man and someone who can be trusted. Looking at the way he has also managed his personal and political life and community service, Ike-Oye has shown that he is a leader worth celebrating.

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Dangers of Executive take over of NASS

IT has become necessary for all lovers of democracy and haters of autocracy to beam their searchlight on the unfolding events at the National Assembly, particularly the Senate. Even before the inauguration of the Eight Senate, controversy had been thick in the air and there was plenty of jockeying for power, supremacy, and control of
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