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Wait till you get to INEC

YES, what we have we hold. This is also in consonance with the time-tested Biblical injunction that we should always confess positive because the power of the tongue is so strong that therein resides the prospect to swim or sink in life. But there is also the need to remain truthful at all times. If in March 2011, we are still voting at the 2007 elections, then, there is cause for worry.

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Musing on a party primary

A FEW days to the primary selection process of the PDP, the two main contenders for the presidential slot fought dirty. They danced stark naked in the market place. We do not intend to recapitulate what were said and done, for fear of being caught in the web of that man who was having his bath in the open and in broad daylight, when a naked mad man snatched away his towel.

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One Jega cannot do it all

WHEN will our hearts stop bleeding for Africa? Where is the big pot that is calling the kettle black? The other day, a friend of ours in Ivory Coast overheard Laurent Gbagbo complaining to another friend in Gold Coast that he was already planning to step aside peacefully when he suddenly noticed that the loudest voices on his plight were from the Oil Coast and they were a lot guiltier than him.

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FG: Guilty as charged

IT is also a good democratic concept that Government should spread whatever it has evenly. As much as possible, development must be spread evenly across the nation. Poverty also gets an even spread among the people. And Government must introduce sanctions for all those who deviate from the norm.

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