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RANDOM REFLECTIONS ON A TRAGEDY

SOMEONE shared the following poem on a WhatsApp group I belong to. The only name attached to it was “EndSars Protester”.

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Big trouble, as more Nigerians sink deeper into poverty

Nigeria@sixty

DEAR Vanguard readers, please go through the following excerpt from an article I wrote for the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, magazine 10 years ago when Nigeria turned 50 on October l, 2010…and then get in touch via text or email to tell me whether you think that there have been any significant changes since then.

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Obaseki displays class

By Donu Kogbara The newly re-elected governor of Edo state, Godwin Obaseki, used to be a staunch member of the All Progressives Congress, APC; but thanks to opposition from his former mentor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole (onetime APC Chairman), Obaseki crossed carpet shortly before the recent election in Edo State and became a PDP member. Now that
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COVID-19 increased Nigerians' health awareness

Fighting COVID-19 in Africa

I’m sharing this article with you because it is educational and thought-provoking. Titled “Fighting COVID-19 In Africa Means Improving General Health Systems”, it was written by my friend, Dr. Iyabo Obasanjo…who teaches Public Health courses at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. Dr. Obasanjo got her Ph.D in Epidemiology, with a minor in Immunology, from Cornell, an Ivy League American university.

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#EndSARS: Shun violence, Akpabio tells Niger Delta youths

Akpabio’s victory

THE Federal Executive Council, FEC, this week approved N722.3 million that will fund the activities of eight field forensic auditors who have been hired to shine their torchlights on the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC…as in seriously investigate over 12,000 abandoned projects.

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