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Columns

Is God Venting His Anger On Buhari Through Tunde Bakare?, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

Whether Bakare wins or not, his potential entry to the presidential race is big evidence of God’s anger that Buhari has ultimately flattered to deceive. This may help Buhari to take a long, hard look at himself and make the most of his remaining 16 months in office. Or it…
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Opinion

IBB, OBJ, NIM and 2019: Agbakoba Confronts Nigeria’s Agbako, By Omotayo Ken Suleiman

There is work to be done. And perhaps, this National Intervention Movement, with its rather undramatic entrance, may yet be that one clarion call. Agbakoba's tenacity over these many years and the rigorous integrity of the co-conveners' life journeys so far, hopefully tell us that they can help shift Now…
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Columns

Terror Nomads and Oritsejafor’s Political Idolatry, By Louis Odion

Now is the time for President Buhari, himself a cattle farmer, to go beyond the normal call of duty to stave the dangerously growing perception that seeming official lethargy - if not indifference - to the continued killings is dictated by the spirit of kinship he shares with the rampaging…
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Columns

Pastor Bakare’s Call for ‘Revolution’ In a State of Anomie, By Tunde Fagbenle

In my view, the rebirth of “the Nigerian” will be a long and painstaking task. Luckily one of the ingredients in the pursuit of the rebirth is there presently, namely, having someone at the helm, together with his vice, whose integrity and morality are not in question. But that is…
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Opinion

Buhari vs Bakare: Time to Touch the “Anointed”, By Remi Oyeyemi

“Let me tell you the truth by the spirit of God, neither (President Olusegun Obasanjo), OBJ, Atiku (Abubakar), IBB and this tall one, (Muhammadu) Buhari are part of the new. They are part of the old that is decaying. That old one is passing away. The new is emerging and…
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