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Opinion

The Night Carrington Staked His Life For Nigeria’s Democracy, By Louis Odion

...that night, the June 12 activists drew some malicious pleasure from wounding their military persecutors with the caustic lyrics, even if only momentarily. Of course, it was only because Carrington provided them diplomatic license. Such was the abiding solidarity, the uncommon brotherhood of an American diplomat who stood by Nigerian…
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Opinion

Adelusi-Adeluyi At 80: The Giver’s Hand Is On Top, By Louis Odion

...there is something compelling and enthralling about the aristocratic carriage of the man under public spotlights, resplendent with a badge of “Iyi” (Yoruba for 'honour'), earned undoubtedly from a life-long commitment to countless charitable causes, garnished with the epaulets of “Lakaaye” (Yoruba for 'wisdom') gleaned from rich experience. Not until…
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Opinion

Buhari’s Cambridge Certificate Is As Nonexistent As Louis Odion’s Self-Esteem, By Reno Omokri

Mr. Odion says Mr. Abubakar is “super corrupt” and that he laundered €150 million. Even the paramilitary wing of the All Progressives Congress ( EFCC) has not accused Atiku Abubakar of such or anything close to such. It was Lord Alfred Denning who said that you cannot put something on…
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Opinion

Atiku, Ambition and the Endgame, By Louis Odion

Against this overwhelming backcloth, the rationally minded cannot but wonder what may be giving Atiku and his crowd confidence. Maybe, it is the metaphysics of the marabouts. So, after all his thunderous imprecations and venomous profiling of the Wazirin Adamawa as “hopelessly corrupt”, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo (OBJ) could not resist…
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Columns

Heeding the National Call Again, By Louis Odion

No longer speculation; this is to confirm that, God willing, I shall assume duties in the coming days as the Senior Technical Assistant (Media) to President Muhammadu Buhari. In media circles, they call me “Capacity” or “Unbreakable” because, I guess, I don’t fit into regular category. Truly, my clothiers, Goddy…
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Columns

A Butcher’s Judgement… Typically British, By Louis Odion

...Did VR Capital Group read Justice Butcher’s mind ahead? Or, could his judgment be mere coincidence? Developments like this will only reinforce long-held suspicion that the British jurisprudence is half of the times tainted and can, therefore, not be trusted to avail us justice on own accord without us standing…
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Columns

The Return of Krest and Tuketuke, By Louis Odion

...proclamation” is also euphemistic of “Tuketuke” politics rebranded, with some of the partisans obviously chaffing under the yoke of disrupted “stomach infrastructure” and the rupture of juice pipelines, now preferring to dance naked and barefoot at the communal square, not ashamed to flaunt necklaces made of a glutton’s teeth. After…
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