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Lessons Oshiomhole Did Not Learn From His Obaseki Experience, By Majeed Dahiru

Oshiomhole does not need a soothsayer to tell him that Ize-Iyamu, like Obaseki before him, will rebel against him as soon as he settles down in Dennis Osadebe House, in line with the rules of engagement in Nigeria’s political jungle. Willing to be bitten twice without being shy even for…
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Ajanah and Coronavirus Questions For Kogi State Government, By Zainab Sulieman Okino

Now that coronavirus is an established and undeniable reality in Kogi State, contact tracing should begin earnestly. Governor Yahaya Bello should eat the humble pie, apologise to NCDC and invite them back to do their professional job in the State. Five days before Justice Nasir Ajanah, the late chief judge…
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Bámidélé Upfront

Framing Defeat As Victory, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

What happened in Edo was an unexpected, fast and furious spectacle. The biggest loser of the game - Adams Oshiomhole, the ousted APC chairman - has no one to blame but himself. He allowed himself to be pushed and The outcome of the crisis he precipitated is a perfect example…
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Our Philanthropists Should Invest More In Education, By Ebere Onwudiwe

...our givers need to pay even more attention to education, because it has so many other positive effects, including healthier lives, better jobs with good health benefits, and higher earnings. So by investing acquisition, Nigerian foundations and other philanthropists will indirectly promote good In a blog of April 13, I…
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Article of Faith

Expressions of Grace In the Ministry of Jesus (1), By Femi Aribisala

Jesus never gives anybody what they deserve.  He only gives what we don't deserve.  The centrepiece of Paul's doctrine of salvation is what he refers to as "the election of grace." (Romans 11:5).  In his epistles, Paul shows that God does not relate to people: "according to their good or bad…
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Africa and the Global Struggle for Racial Equality, By Owei Lakemfa

The lesson for humanity is that the rights of all, including the minorities, the economically disposed and politically disenfranchised must be respected; in other words, we need a New World Order built on social justice. The alternative would be a bloody peace. Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari has no known…
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