Guest Columns

This Social Media Deserves To Be Banned, By Adekoya Boladale

“Hopefully, someday we will get tired of this attitude of voting people out and start focusing on voting people in” – Ayodele Sogunro One of the identified problems militating against our development as a country is not just the absence of qualitative leadership but lack of intelligent electorates. For a nation far…
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Aribisala on Tuesday

Time to Disgrace the Self-Appointed Godfather of the South-West, By Femi Aribisala

There is a harrowing story told by Adekoya Boladale, which needs to be brought to the attention of Nigerians, especially the people of the South-West. In the middle of the night of 4th January, 1984, heavily armed men of the Strike Force of the Nigerian army invaded the Lagos home…
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Columns

How Jonathan Killed His Good luck, By Adekoya Boladale

With a tension soaked atmosphere, the Nigeria general election hits a countdown of days as various political parties and contenders continue to rally round for the sympathy and votes of the electorates.  Apart from the federating states with rainbow like contending parties, the presidential election which seems to have gained more international interest and…
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Guest Columns

Move Over, the Rice Bazaar; Fufu Is the New Game in Town, By Adekoya Boladale

Around the streets of Osogbo, Modakeke, Ife, Ede and even far away in Bourdillonian Circus, the beats of victory and sounds of jubilation has continued to roar in a tempo similar to the echoes felt that day in Pompeii when Tetraites defeated Prudes.  But unlike Tetraites, the victory of Aregbesola has…
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Opinion

Chibok Visit: In Defence of President Jonathan, By Adekoya Boladale

On Wednesday 6th of April 1994, around 8:30pm the Presidential Jet conveying President Juvenal Habyarimana of Rwanda touched the country's airspace after a trip from Tanzania. Few minutes before landing, the Jet was shot down by a radical terror group. The President and all his entourage died instantly thus marking the beginning…
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Opinion

Boko Haram: What does US stand to gain? By Adekoya Boladale

Most people who desire happiness and life of bliss in Africa have over the years chosen Nigeria as a tourist destination. The serene but bubbling atmosphere of Lagos, the commercial capital, gives a natural sense of alertness and the feel of life with multitude passing you by every minute heads…
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