Columns

Buhari and Ramaphosa’s Pancake, By Shola Oshunkeye

After weeks of unrelenting attacks on nationals of other African countries, especially Nigerians, the authorities in South Africa, over the weekend, finally rediscovered themselves and began to do what their successors ought to have done 20 years back, namely: stopping their blood-baying citizens from hunting fellow Africans like game, and…
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Opinion

Language As Development: The Lagos Example, By Festus Adedayo

I see in the Ambode Yoruba language policy the ability to bring back to Yorubaland the profundity of the above regenerative path spearheaded by Awolowo. If implemented with the zeal and vigour that are beginning to be the byword of the Ambode government in Lagos, it will have a remarkable…
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Columns

Red Roses for Valentine, Red Card for Corruption, By Owei Lakemfa

Netanyahu is determined not to go to jail like Ehud Olmert, Israeli prime minister from 2006 to 2009, who spent 27 months in jail for corruption before parole. This is Valentine week, with billions around the world expressing love for their families and others. It coincided with the Christian Ash…
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