Re: Looters’ lists and grandstanding of yesteryear

Awareness needed Nigerians should work with civil society organisations to promote massive awareness of political, constitutional and fundamental human rights

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Religious tolerance: Living in peace to avoid living in pieces

Nigeria is gradually degenerating from a multi-ethnic and religious but united nation to a competition ground for dominant Abrahamic religious

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Missing Senate mace? Count me out

In any national controversy, I prefer standing out, rather than join even the “popular” group, whatever the price will be

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Prophecies, superstition and the rest of us

The worldview of most Nigerians is shaped by cultural myths, superstition, prophecy, or sectarian doctrine. It is the case in

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Eagles’ patchy road to Russia

There is palpable anxiety within the football community in Nigeria over the team we are fielding at the World Cup

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NAF Facilitates Training Of Pioneer Pilots For Liberian Armed Forces

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF)  recently winged two Liberian pilots, who are the first set of pilots to be trained

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Smart Farming: A Pathway For Agricultural Revolution In Nigeria?

The world population in 2018 is slightly more than 7.6 billion from the population of 2,5 billion in 1952, a

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Omo-Agege’s Aborted Coup And Shame Of A Nation

My prophesy of 2nd March, 2018 on this column, is obviously coming to pass. If I knew that the vision

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Resolute, Ruthless Senate

Nigerians have a king-size disdain for members of the National Assembly (NASS). This has less to do with the lawmakers

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For a better Nigeria

It is apt for me to  begin this piece by enunciating my philosophy and put my views in a proper

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