Columns

The Hemp In Aketi’s Pocket and the “Kalokalo’s” Graveyard, By Louis Odion

...Governor Rotimi Akeredolu ( Aketi) would appear to have picked the gauntlet from Sowore. But coming in the twilight of his first tenure and on the eve of a re-election bid, many are bound to question his real motives, particularly given his profession as not just a lawyer but a…
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Opinion

Bulletin 2: Combating the Dismantling of Kano Emirate: History Matters, By Concerned Citizens

It is clear that this plot was not executed in the interests of peace, stability or the wellbeing of the electorate, but it is rather based on a political whim and flawed belief that the State Assembly had the legal capacity to make such a law in the first place.…
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Opinion

The Kano Emirate Crisis As Buhari’s Baby, By SKC Ogbonnia

The Kano Emirate crisis portends a troubling future. It is Kano today but it can be any other Nigerian kingdom tomorrow. Unless President Buhari is crisis-happy, he should hasten and call Governor Abdullahi Ganduje to order. The swirling notion that the emirate crisis is a state matter is pure baloney.…
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Columns

Stirring Up African Students To Become Global Problem Solvers, By Adetola Salau

Our goal is to our push students out of their cozy zones and ignite their passions; once this happens and their imaginations are set ablaze, amazing things take place. This is how we motivate and encourage our students to become global leaders. “The flower that blooms in adversity is the…
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Columns

Ramadan 1440 AH/2019: Always Remember The Inevitable!, By Murtadha Gusau

We live short lives in this world only to earn eternal lives in the hereafter. Our entire lives in this world is in fighting the good fights against temptations, immorality and injustice. This life is indeed a period of testing and trials. So death marks the end of testing and…
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