Columns

The Faith Vultures of Dutse and Our Carcasses, By Festus Adedayo

...these religious faith vultures of Jigawa, masquerading as lawmakers, who feast on carcasses of our hopelessness, using this religious trope as object of manipulation, would certainly not jump on this train if the funds of States were taxes from the sweat of the people. Trapped for about thirty minutes in…
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Columns

Genocidal Herders and the Siege To Oodualand, By Louis Odion

...now that there is a consensus that evil herders constitute a common existential threat to the nation, ultimately, there is no justification henceforth whatsoever for the national security establishment not to respond to these vermins with, in fact, a hand heavier and more decisive than what is often applied against…
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Opinion

Arákùnrin, Ọ̀ṣẹ́ùnbẹ̀lẹ̀ and Marijuana in the Forest of Sọgbódòwò, By Simbo Olorunfemi

Perhaps an Arákùnrin, fully aware of the legal landmines, leading the exploration of the forest of Sọgbódòwò, irrespective of the darts coming his way, offers us an opportunity to further stretch or redefine our federalism so we can get high on ideas that have remained unmined, over the years. Again,…
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Columns

The Hemp In Aketi’s Pocket and “Kalokalo’s” Graveyard, By Louis Odion

...Governor Rotimi Akeredolu ( Aketi) would appear to have picked the gauntlet from Sowore. But coming in the twilight of his first tenure and on the eve of a re-election bid, many are bound to question his real motives, particularly given his profession as not just a lawyer but a…
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