Opinion

Of Buhari, Jubril al-Sudani, and The Atiku N1.032 Trillion Allegations, By SKC Ogbonnia

Wild allegations and sophistic counter allegations have become the order of the day because the politicians embrace the maxim that a repeated lie, after a while, begins to wear the toga of the truth. But Nigerians deserve the hard truth. The hard truth is that corruption is once again trending…
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Columns

Constitutional Immunity as Sanctification of Moral Turpitude in Governance, By Ogaga Ifowodo

When a president or governor steals from the public, commits murder or acts of moral turpitude, he or she is on a frolic of his or her own and may not enjoy constitutional protection. As the legal maxim says, no one may profit from his or her own wrong. Either…
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Opinion

Ese Oruru and the Government’s Neglect of Our Reorientation, By ‘Tope Fasua

This government had every chance, in the beginning, to cause a permanent change in our mentality and re-orientate Nigerians. I think they deliberately pissed that chance away. What is the world turning to? How come we are being driven by a new strain of negative feminism? With all the people…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

Afẹ́nifẹ́re’s Contradictions and Reconciliation In The House Of Odùduwà, By Adeolu Ademoyo

“If we do not unite, we won’t go far. If we unite we will go far. Fingers are not equal, but if a finger is lost there is a challenge with that hand. Unity is important,” – Ọọ̀ni Enììtàn Ògúnwùsì to Ọba Síkírù Adétọ̀nà of Ìjẹ̀bùland. “I stand by you…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

Alamieyeseigha: Dickson And Fayose’s Morbid Senses of Morality And Mortality, By Adeolu Ademoyo

It borders on Dickson and Fayose’s senses of honour, truth and dignity that they did not see that the resources Alamieyeseigha looted from the good people of Bayelsa state could have built great health centres in Bayelsa State or anywhere in Nigeria, such that Alamieyeseigha would not have been “hounded”…
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