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President Buhari’s Non-Existent School Certificate, By Femi Aribisala

Kemi Adeosun resigned because she did not have a NYSC certificate and submitted instead a forged document. Buhari should resign because he does not have a school-leaving certificate and also submitted a forged document. Imagine a situation where you applied for a job in a bank, an oil company or…
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President Buhari Is Not Against Corruption, By Femi Aribisala

It is one thing to talk against corruption. It is another thing altogether to be against corruption. President Buhari only talks against corruption. His body language and policy options show conclusively that he is not really against corruption. Buhari’s anti-corruption is merely a means to an end. Muhammadu Buhari ran…
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Any Day, Any Time, Atiku Will Make A Far Better President Than Buhari, By Femi Aribisala

One of the biggest mistakes this country ever made was to allow APC to come into power in Nigeria. It must be sent packing in 2019. The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) dodged a bullet; a bomb even with the conduct of its presidential primaries a few days ago. This was…
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ExxonMobil Persists In Cheating Nigerian Workers: What Is Government Doing?, By Femi Aribisala

Nigerians up and down the length and breadth of this country must come to their assistance and shame this multinational into giving its workers what it owes them and what it promised them in their conditions of service when they were employed. In the last few days, ExxonMobil Nigeria has…
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The National Interest and the Government Interest, By Femi Aribisala

The rule of law is precisely what it says: It is the rule of lawyers and judges. It is not the rule of presidents, governors and politicians. Generals are, by experience and training, men of courage. They are hardy perennials; men who have distinguished themselves over the years in the…
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Chris Ngige Fights For Oppressive ExxonMobil Instead of Nigerian Workers, By Femi Aribisala

The message Chris Ngige delivered to ExxonMobil loud and clear is that it does not have to be subject to Nigerian laws. It can operate here in Nigeria as a law unto itself. Last week, I complained that 860 Nigerian workers at ExxonMobil (Nigeria) are being treated like orphans in…
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ExxonMobil Shows Outright Contempt For Nigeria’s Supreme Court, By Femi Aribisala

The message must be sent to ExxonMobil loud and clear that, as long as it is operating within the sovereignty of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, it must be subject to Nigerian laws. If you were to visit the Lagos headquarters of ExxonMobil (Nigeria) in Victoria Island, Lagos today, you…
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Buharimaniacs and Buharideens, By Femi Aribisala

Buharimaniacs are of the conviction that Nigeria is now legitimately the property of the president. The rest of us are here simply by his grace and generosity. New nomenclatures have come into the national political lexicon since the emergence of Muhammadu Buhari as president of Nigeria. Two that come to…
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