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“You Are A Terrorist or Boko Haram!” Say “No, I am a Muslim”, By Murtada Gusau

IN THE NAME OF ALLAH, THE MOST GRACIOUS, THE BESTOWER OF MERCY Alhamdu lillah. Indeed, all praise is due to Allah. We praise Him and seek His help and forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allah from the evil within ourselves and from our wrongdoings. He whom Allah guides, no one…
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Guest Columns

The Illegality of Aregbesola’s Impeachment Petition, By Itse Sagay and Folake Solanke

We note with deep consternation and concern for the dignity and sanctity of the Judiciary, the petition recently sent by the Honourable Justice Folahanmi Oloyede to the Osun State House of Assembly, for the impeachment and removal from office, of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, Governor of Osun State. We are disturbed…
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Columns

Dollar Republic, Delinquent Debtors and Non-Performing Economy, By Steve Ayorinde

Ostensibly, we are faced with a peculiarly Nigerian factor here and it is clear that the whole truth is yet to be published. However, it is a bit befuddling that a country that seeks a thriving environment for Small and Medium Enterprises as panacea for economic growth is struggling with…
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Guest Columns

Tackling Climate Change and Health: Why Nigeria Can’t Wait Any Longer!, By Oladipupo Ajiroba

With the growing concerns over climate change, it has become necessary that world leaders commit to a fair deal. Nations are working towards a new global climate change agreement later this year in Paris. These negotiations offer governments a critical opportunity to craft a broad, balanced and durable agreement strengthening…
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Columns

Ile-Ife: Tradition Vs Modernity (1), By Dele Agekameh

Perhaps, one of the reasons the media has been abuzz with recent development at Ile Oodua, is the flamboyance and visibility of the occupant of the Ooni’s stool which, over the years, has been accorded tremendous media attention and conspicuous visibility It is quite obvious that those who question the…
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Opinion

Buhari’s US Visit: A Master Stroke In Image Laundering, By Charles Anyiam

I believe that with the beating that the Nigerian image has taken over the years, the presidency must capitalise on the credits generated by Buhari's US visit. I suggest that a marshall plan be drawn up to engage world opinion on behalf of Nigeria. The momentum generated from this trip…
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