Opinion

Abdul-Ganiyu Folorunsho AbdulRazaq: Gone, Yet Evergreen In Our Memories, By Bashir Adigun

There is no doubt that the late Mutawali of Ilorin has left indelible footprints on all areas of human endeavours in Nigeria. He has lived a fulfilled life worthy of emulation, not only by the people he left behind in his family, but for all young Nigerians who aspire to…
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Bámidélé Upfront

Degree Fakery, Resume Implants and Biographical Discrepancies, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

Politicians like Obasa go to great lengths to prove they are worthy of election. To get ahead of the pack, they exaggerate their resumes. If it is true as alleged that Obasa is not a lawyer as claimed, this is a grave political indictment, in addition to the various corrupt…
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Opinion

Remembering Akinkugbe, UNILORIN, and that Memorable Encounter, By Oladeinde Olawoyin

Through a life well spent, Professor Akinkugbe inspired me and many young Nigerians of my generation. He was the youngest professor of medicine to be appointed by an African university. He held two honorary doctor of science degrees, one was from the University of Ilorin in 1982, and the other…
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Opinion

Arotile: Curtains Drawn On An Inspiring Face of NAF’s Courageous Women of War‬‬‬‬, By Yushau A. Shuaib

Before her untimely death, Arotile’s outstanding profile and that of Kafayat Sanni, Nigeria’s first female fighter jet pilot, form part of NAF’s campaign on Women of War, in an attempt to eliminate the stereotypical notion that the military is dominated by men; and that more so women have no place…
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Columns

NDDC Corruption Or Not, the Federal Government Owes the Niger Delta, By Ebere Onwudiwe

The upshot of all of these is that while the president should continue to ensure that the law deals with anyone implicated in the shocking corruption and waste in the NDDC, he must not let the recent political theatre around corruption in the National Assembly take his eyes off the…
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Columns

The Curse of Chief Festus, By Uddin Ifeanyi

...a bit like planting seeds ahead of the season, such tariffs end up diverting citizens' scarce resources into the pockets of “foresighted” entrepreneurs like Chief Festus, whose only claim to managerial savvy is that they either receive subsidies from government under the pretext of a national industrial policy, or have…
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Opinion

Buni’s Exceptional Approach To the Recovery of APC, By Mamman Mohammed

Buni's approach, which is centered on true reconciliation, justice and fair play, has no doubt taken the path of building a sustainable internal democracy in the APC, and opening a new chapter of developmental democracy for national growth. It would also point in the direction of how the capacity of…
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