Opinion

Revisiting the Corruption Theory of A Departed Journalist, By Banji Ojewale

- Pini Jason An understanding of Jason’s Law of that to tackle official and unofficial corruption and earn us an honourable place in the league of nations, we must halt the graft competition sparked by a government that runs an insular philosophy. We must have policies that accommodate every citizen…
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Opinion

OBJ, Fayose and the Libyan Idol, By Louis Odion

Perhaps the most jaw-dropping of all Fayose's revelations is the claim that OBJ physically knelt down before Libyan strongman, Muammar Ghaddafi (presumably in January 2006) with a view to enlisting his support for the extension of his chairmanship of African Union. A humour bag of arguably inexhaustible depth, Nigeria's former…
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