Opinion

Tinubu and the Nigerian Economy: Prodding A Gathering of the ‘Deaf’?, By ‘Tope Fasua

I would want Bola Tinubu to do us all a big favour and move away from these taunting, tantalising and brain-wracking sweet statements to sitting on the governments he helped put in place to ensure the prevailing thinking changes and they do the needful. Maybe this article should have been…
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Opinion

The Trap Against New Political Expression, By ‘Tope Fasua

We have been appealed to, in the interest of peace, to accept the results of an extremely flawed But our quest for peace and progress for our country, is obviously being taken for foolishness. Only one or two new parties will probably qualify for non-deregistration so Corruption has mixed with…
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Opinion

Things I Couldn’t Say At Pius Adesanmi’s Candlelight Vigil, By ‘Tope Fasua

I am glad to have known such a warrior up close; one of the greatest Generals, not in the Nigerian military service, but in the Nigerian emancipation revolutionary force, with purview for all black people, all minorities, all vulnerable people, and all humanity at large. Pius himself knew who he…
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Opinion

President Buhari: Propaganda Will Not Improve This Economy, By ‘Tope Fasua

We should also limit the extent we deploy propaganda and deliberate lies and obfuscation because these things always leave dregs of discord which hold the nation down permanently in disunity, bitterness, prejudice and injustice. It will be a miracle if Nigeria makes progress in the next four years. I try…
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Opinion

For Those Irritated By Nigeria’s Many Political Parties, By ‘Tope Fasua

...I will urge Nigerians to get rid of our miracle mentality. New parties have only recently come on board. They have been involved in just one general elections. Neither the parties, nor Nigerians in general should expect that they start to win elections everywhere. Structures take time to build, especially…
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Opinion

The Big War We Must Begin To Win, Starting Now, By ‘Tope Fasua

The biggest problem in Nigeria today, in my view and after traversing the length and breadth of this country, is our millions of out-of-school children. How some of our elites have lived with this growing monster over the decades boggles the mind. How some who are educated and ‘enlightened’ today…
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