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The beggar in many of us, by Muyiwa Adetiba

The beggar in many of us, by Muyiwa Adetiba

Some three and a half decades ago, there was a beggar around the Amuwo-Odofin area – long before the area became this congested – who caught my attention. Dressed mostly in white, he stood apart from the rest. Unlike some others, his disability was obvious- a leg was amputated well above the knees and he […]
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The return of  Mr ‘FIX IT’

The return of Mr ‘FIX IT’

I often think of Nelson Mandela and Robert Mugabe when thinking of leadership and how a leader’s action or inaction can make or mar a country. Mugabe and Mandela had a similar background; they were pillars in the struggle to liberate their people and suffered untold hardships in the process.

He who is without sin …

He who is without sin …

‘I, who used to be addressed as ’Your Honour’ now wish to be addressed as ‘Your Dishonour’. All documents including acquired properties and wealth remain valid’.

A matter of  honour

A matter of honour

How do you recognise a gentleman? He is a lover of peace, the one who promotes harmony and reasonableness in his undertakings.

The many fathers of  success

The many fathers of success

The room tensed up; breathing momentarily seized and not a few hands flew to cover gaping mouths.