Opinion

Before They Demand Our Heads On A Platter, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

Our silence on what Lagos State's lawmakers are clandestinely scheming hard to achieve would simply mean that we are ready for a replication of the same law in other states and by our federal lawmakers. Different stories of jungle justice perpetrated from Aba to Zamfara, tellingly portray how some Nigerians…
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Opinion

The Grandfather Of Corruption And His Grandchildren, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

The war of words between Obasanjo, and his grandchildren has once again, revealed that some persons are above the law in Nigeria. Otherwise, both Obasanjo and some of his grandchildren, especially those alleged to have padded the 2016 budget, should be behind bars for their atrocities against Nigeria and Nigerians.…
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Opinion

Is Oshiomhole Still A Progressive Comrade?, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

Oshiomhole needs to speak out or reject the newly included clause in the amended 2007 Pension Rights of the Governor and Deputy Governor Law. Except, of course, he cherishes a house more than his good name and legacies. I'm a fan of the immediate past governor of Edo State, Comrade…
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Opinion

As the Blood of Bridget Agbahime Cries for Justice, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

Letting Bridget Agbahime's killers go unpunished is allowing dangerous extremists with terrorist inclinations to spread their poisonous tentacles, and enabling them morph into groups deadlier than Boko Haram. The killers of Mrs. Bridget Agbahime must be having a good laugh and feeling emboldened to kill more Agbahimes. Bridget Agbahime was…
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Opinion

Aisha, Welcome to the Club of Wailing Wailers, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

Somehow, Aisha’s stance is more political than altruistic. The difference, perhaps, is that she is conscious of the mass rebellion that looms should her husband fail. For this, I think history would be fair to her. Shortly after President Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in on May 29, 2015, two phrases…
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Opinion

What Would I Do With Faka Jonathan’s Fortune?, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

Seeing how deep these reckless political and administrative Aninis have sank Nigeria, if I have $70 million, I’ll consider constructing a prison to be located right at the confluence of River Niger and Benue at Lokoja. This, I intend to donate to the Nigerian government to jail only those who…
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Opinion

Manifestation of the Jonathan in Buhari, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

The clouds are gathering and I hope that Buhari would be able to withstand the ground-swelling rage of hungry Nigerians when the clouds break into torrential rain. Former President Goodluck Jonathan, would be remembered in different ways by different people. On a general note, he would be remembered for being…
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Opinion

President Buhari, Please Remove The Log In Your Own Eyes First, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

These aforementioned issues are enough for Buhari to worry about. So, he should bother himself more with stepping up his game in running Nigeria, which presently has many citizens stranded in the grip of vicious hunger, joblessness and penury, as the economy keeps shrinking and hurting under his management. It…
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