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Chile: Uses of adversity

AS far back as August 1600, William Shakespeare, in one of his best comedies, As You Like It, had reasoned clearly: “Sweet are the uses of adversity, which like the toad, ugly and venomous; wears yet a precious jewel on its head…”.

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This toddler @ 50

In a recent outing, Prof. Ben Egede of the Department of English, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, summarised the views on this side most succinctly, when he quipped rather angrily: “What is there to celebrate? Fifty years of looting from our national treasury by organised criminals masquerading as leaders of their people?

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Abdicating responsibility

EACH time we hear this noise about the independence of the Judiciary, we are quickly reminded of that husband whose wife keeps accusing him of hardly sleeping with her but as soon as the wife goes into the bath-room, this husband takes delight in peeping at her through the key hole.

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