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Violence galore in Ekiti, Oyo rerun

*Ex-gov Adebayo attacked *Shootings around monarch’s palace *AC candidate arrested By Gbenga Ariyibi, Ola Ajayi  & Dapo Akinrefon Violence and mal-practices characterised  yesterday’s Ekiti North Senatorial re-run election, even as the Action Congress (AC) candidate, Bunmi Adetunmbi, was arrested at Ifaki, his home town, by the acting commissioner of police in Ekiti State, Fabian Osiji,
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Nigeria heading towards a failed state, say Soyinka

In South Africa, the Apartheid government labeled Nelson Mandela terrorist, Jomo Keyata of Kenya was labeled a terrorist and these people became leaders of their countries. The important thing is this: The Federal Government had the opportunity to have resolved the problems of the oil producing areas, a long time ago, now it has led to loss of lives and property and more insecurity in Nigeria and that for me is what really matters.

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Why I don’t support ASUU strike by Ibidapo- Obe

“We are where we are today because we refused to get our priorities right on education. If we can put education system in order in this country for once, we can indeed achieve premium objective. Countries like Finland, Turkey, Korea were well behind Nigeria in the 1970s but have now overtaken us because they leveraged on the advantage of technology education and leapfrogged from developing status to world giants.”

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Crack in militants’ camp widens

PORT HARCOURT —THE crack in the rank of militants further deepened, yesterday, with a statement from the Joint Revolutionary Council (JRC), an umbrella body of militants in the region which distanced the body from the recent action and pronouncements of the Movement for the Emancipation of Niger Delta (MEND).

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