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Opinion

The First Family and Its Image Makers, By Femi Odere

...perhaps the most common, yet connecting, thread that runs through the expereiences of Tolu, Bayo, Zaynab and Haye, by which history would probably judge them, is their uncommon passion to give back to the society in which they found the courage to discover and/or rediscover themselves, through their various mentoring…
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Guest Columns

Time for Nigeria To Stand Up for Africa, By Owei Lakemfa

Nigeria must stand up for Africa by telling Morocco in no uncertain terms that it must abide by the AU constitution which recognises membership by the SADR and Morocco, accepts the peoples’ right to independence, equality of countries and state boundaries. We must defend the collective interests of Africans against…
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Guest Columns

Understanding Buhari, By Azu Ishiekwene

One of the saddest things said by a foreign newspaper during Buhari’s medical leave was that, dead or alive, he no longer makes any difference to the lives of Nigerians. Creative dysfunction is sometimes an unofficial government tool. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo occasionally set top government officials up against themselves…
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Guest Columns

Buhari’s Turning of Appointments Into Disappointments, By Jafaar Jafaar

...the Buhari defence league, especially on social media, always argue that “there are over 6,000 appointments at his desk”, and so Nigerians should be patient with him. What I always tell these drummers is that the president is causing unnecessary image crisis for himself, especially in a section of the…
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