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Reflections on reactions

And I’ve also been criticized by a handful of individuals (friends as well as foes), who either disagreed with some or all of the points I made or simply felt that my article was too divisive…and that I should have urged my fellow Ogonis to forget about the bitter mistakes of the past, instead of highlighting internal rifts.

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Nigerians just want fuel

In an almost desperate bid to privatise all things privatisable and even those not privatisable, the Obasanjo administration’s advisers on privatisation and oil matters had come up with this very gullible theory of how selling licences for private refineries to be built will solve the twin problems of pricing and supply forever.

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Varsities: Dialogue as casualty

The Federal Ministry of Education in an invitation sent by Mrs. A.E. Aiyedun of the Department of Tertiary Education told ASUU: “At the instance of the Honourable Minister of Education, I am directed to inform you of the signing of the agreement arising from the FGN/University based Unions (negotiations)…”.

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Safe sex: who is responsible

Wherever and whenever a woman is not satisfied or could not climax, both of them – the woman and the man concerned should share the blame. I believe it is a woman’s God given right to enjoy sex (in which her body participates). But who would she blame if she inhibits herself? It is the woman most of the time that holds the key to her orgasm and not the man.

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