Columns

Who Is scuttling the Anti-corruption War?, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

...it should be noted that Magu is not different from the previous anti-graft czars who were equally engaged in selective persecution and prosecution of the opponents of their pay masters and their political foes while leaving out those who are ready to play ball. As the anti-graft war appears to…
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Opinion

DSS, Saraki, Melaye and the Senate’s Dirty Slap On Buhari’s Face, By Godwin Onyeacholem

He loses all, if he loses the anti-corruption war. And he loses the anti-corruption war if he allows the likes of Lawal Daura, Bukola Saraki and the official clown of the Nigerian senate, Dino Melaye, to determine who becomes the Chairman of EFCC. No thanks to the unholy machinations of…
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Opinion

Senate Vs. Colonel Hameed Ali: Undue Arrogance, Disdain and Impunity, By Ken Tadaferua

...Colonel Ali, it is imperative that you come off your high horse. You do not represent a conquering army. You are a retired army officer in civilian democracy appointed by a civilian president to an institution whose best traditions, including its uniform, you must cherish. You will not go to…
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Opinion

Dino Goes To Bourdillon and the Other Nigerian Story, By Bunmi Olaniyan

The truth of the matter is that both the Tinubu dynasty, Dino Melaye etc. microcosm of the Nigerian political class as a whole, steeped in a sublime sense of entitlement, are in seamless sync with their audience; they know that in spite of their catalogue of misdeeds and arrogant posturing…
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Opinion

Dino Vs. Mrs. Tinubu: When Two Wrongs Can Never Make A Right, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

...if respect is deemed as being reciprocal, Dino’s shameful response to Mrs. Tinubu’s insults cannot be essentially interpreted as an attack and utter disrespect for women, because a woman who wants to be respected ought not to haul provocative invectives at another person, like Dino claimed Mrs. Tinubu did to…
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Columns

Obasanjo, Dino Melaye, and the Impossibility of Nigeria’s Progress, By Pius Adesanmi

Nigerian, you already know by now that Baba Olusegun Obasanjo recently wrote a letter to the National Assembly, calling them names and accusing them of corruption. That the National Assembly has been Nigeria’s most notorious assembly of integrity-challenged and irresponsible thieves since 1999 is no news to you. It is…
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Bámidélé Upfront

Protect Free Speech, Leave Social Media Alone, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

Senators with criminal pasts are pursuing this bill with ferocity because they can no longer control the free flow of information with mobile telephony as ubiquitous as it Gone are the days when they will pay and threaten the editor to kill a story. The people we elected to represent…
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