Columns

The Nigerian Clergy, Politics and Violation of Moral Philosophy, By Bamidele Ademola-Olateju

The Christian message governs everyday living and the concept of justice. This same message should resonate and be the concern of politicians and form the cogent reason why a good person should seek power. It is also for this reason that a Christian must have concern for politics and for…
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Femi Fani-Kayode

Religion, Nigerian Politics and The Grand Delusion, By Femi Fani-Kayode

I read Don C. Adinuba's article titled  'Toying With The Fire Of Religion' in Thisday Newspaper on November 5, 2014. He raised some interesting points, some of which I will attempt to address here. There is a grave affliction that has gripped our land. That affliction is known as willful…
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Columns

Why the Conspiracy Against Bola Tinubu Will Fail, By Kehinde Bamigbetan

First, my prejudice: I am committed to the promotion, elevation and celebration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Just like lovers of Chief Awolowo, I wear caps with his chain logo.  I understand him and I have written tonnes of articles to try to make people see him in as best a…
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Columns

Nigeria and Deceptive Politics – The Ekiti Example, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú 

Will a Fayose have the guts to run for the position of a city clerk in the United States? Of course not! A Fayose would have been cooling his heels in some medium security prison long ago! ========================= There is a moral paradox at the heart of our food-for-vote democratic…
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Opinion

Nigeria, its harvest of agitations and the national conference, By Eric Teniola

The certainty in the air now is that the National Conference will hold. The uncertainty is the outcome of the conference. The Federal Government has issued two commandments on the conference. The commandments are that the conference will last three months and that Nigeria’s unity will not be negotiated at…
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Femi Fani-Kayode

Jonathan, Tukur and A Government Of Jezebels, By Femi Fani-Kayode

I must commend President Goodluck Jonathan for removing Alhaji Bamanga Tukur as National Chairman of the PDP and finally dumping him. It really is good riddance to bad rubbish because that man was a disaster to his party. PDP itself is bad enough but to have a self-conceited and vainglorious…
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