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Femi Fani-Kayode, Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB and other Victims of Oppression

I read with derision the infantile missive of one Churchill Okonkwo which he mischievously titled “FFK Stabbed Nnamdi Kanu, Betrayed IPOB and Kissed Kwankwaso” which was published in Sahara Reporters of August 3, 2018. It is unfortunate that in attempt to score cheap points, use FFK’s famous name to climb to momentary limelight and satisfy his paymasters, Churchill vitiated the seriousness of the struggle of IPOB and reduced it to mere politics out of the need to satisfy his hirers. I would have ignored him but then on a second thought, what does it take to enlighten an ignoramus of Churchill’s status

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Odidigboigbo @ 60

ONE name that will attract more than a significant attention when historians will chronicle the Nigerian experience will be that of the charismatic former governor of Delta State, Chief James Onanefe Ibori. James Ibori’s story approximates the Nigerian narrative in more ways than one.

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Illegality of impeachment and defection by legislators by Femi Falana, SAN.

The crisis of misgovernance in the country has been accentuated by the official impunity of members of the ruling class.  Hence, the executive is justifying disobedience of court orders while legislators regularly suspend their colleagues and carry out impeachment of Governors outside the ambit of the Constitution.    Even though it has been decided by the Court of Appeal that a legislative house lacks the power to suspend a legislator both chambers of the national assembly and state legislative houses have continued to suspend members who disagree with their colleagues. 

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The symbolism of Anenih’s “self-abnegation”

The grand old politician did the needful by listening to advice by family members and, most especially, to his heart and body in reaching the decision. It was clear that having been deeply sucked into politics and enjoying his kind of vast followership, he was going to feel somewhat out of place trying to extricate and insulate himself from the dynamics that underpin politics both nationally and in his home state of Edo

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