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Opinion

The Need to Join a Political Party, By Muyiwa Gbadegesin

If you believe that the country is moving in the wrong direction, the first place to begin to change this is through the political parties, which in theory formulate the ideology, policies and programmes that their members will execute if and when they get into power. If you're passionate about…
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Bámidélé Upfront

Ìpónjú Makes Me Yorùbá: What Else?, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

The Yorùbá as an ethnocultural identity has always been invented and reinvented as an adversarial reaction to the pressure of new collective identities. For a forceful, united, unified and purposeful identity, there must be ideals to live by that must never be broken, infringed upon or dishonoured. As of today,…
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Opinion

Tinubu: The Day I Saw Tomorrow, By Iyoha John Darlington

The legendary Nostradamus probably reincarnated in me during the historic run-up to the 2015 general elections in my article titled "Asiwaju Nourishing Vipers In His Bosom", which was published by both local and foreign media about eight months ago. In a swift response and reaction, Mr. Joe Igbokwe, the Lagos…
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Guest Columns

The APC’s Steep Learning Curve, By Chris Ngwodo

In going against the APC hierarchy and Tinubu, in particular, to contest and clinch the presidency of the senate, Senator Saraki has exhibited the same skills for which Tinubu has been lionised as a sagacious politician, rare strategist and political genius. Saraki emerged against the wishes of his party in…
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