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APC-PDP altercations over Hushpuppi: When will our leaders stop smearing our image?

Hushpuppi

By Jimoh Olorede Arrest in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, extradition and subsequent arraignment in the United States, of a 37-year-old Nigerian, a social media celebrity, Raymond Abass Olorunwa, popularly known as Hushpuppi, by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), in connection with cyber-enabled fraud and Business Email Compromise, BEC, schemes should be a serious
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APC: I've no regret, I stand by all my actions — Oshiomhole

Oshiomhole and APC chairmanship saga

By Sunny Ikhioya WHATEVER is happening to the All Progressive Congress Party, APC, now did not come as a surprise. Some of us had predicted that the union of the reactionary Congress for Progressive Change, CPC, and the progressive Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN, will not stand the test of time. As oil and water
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A journey so far in governance

By Allison Abanum NATURE, a ruthlessly effective force, is a perfect example of the undeniable parallel drawn between time and quality. A maize plant takes a relatively smaller time to germinate, mature and bear fruits. It produces lovely corn cubs useful in so many ways in its season. The plant itself dries away in hope
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NASS, Justice should start in the house of law

Justice should start in the house of law

By Israel Osa To borrow a statement credited to the President of Singapore, the most prosperous nation on earth, “Appointments to positions in their country is not based on state of origin, region, educational height or qualification, political connection, etc, but careful screening of who the best candidate for the position is and selection of
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Ondo 2020: Battle between the foxes and the lions

Ondo 2020: Battle between the foxes and the lions

By Maxwell Adeyemi Adeleye Legendary Italian Scholars, Geatano Mosca and Vifredo Pareto, in their contributions to the thought of Elitism, argued that while the tiny Elites, whom they described as the LIONS, due to their individual, intellectual and material superiorities, control and determine who get what, when and how in the society. However, the ultimate
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Ajimobi: Why Makinde should move on

Ajimobi: Why Makinde should move on

By Olusoji Ajayi These are not the best of times for Oyo politics. And for Governor Seyi Makinde who has cut for himself, the image of a young, dynamic and focused politician, recent happenings could be quite disturbing. His emergence as governor of Oyo State in the 2019 election was spectacular in many ways. Against
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