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Femi Adesina and Garba Shehu: Tweedledum and Tweedledee, By Femi Aribisala

...Tweedledee and Tweedledum see no evil and hear no evil. They fabricate their preferred version of reality. They specialise in feeding their boss, the president, with lies and falsehood. Does he not know that Nigerians are suffering? Does he not know Nigerians are hungry? Four gravely ill Nigerians went to…
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Columns

For Femi Falana and Kunle Ajibade: Sixty Hurrahs to Courage and Conviction, By Ogaga Ifowodo

These two tribunes of truth and justice recently marked their sixtieth anniversary in a beautiful land made almost unliveable on any proper index of healthy They can’t hear me, but I am shouting sixty hurrays in the first instance, and sixty more (for I wish them a very long life),…
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Opinion

On Biafra; Ango Abdullahi Did Not Speak For the North, By Majeed Dahiru

- Professor Ango Abdullahi of facts against fictions, as espoused by Ango Abdullahi, should help rid Northerners of like minds as he's, of the false sense of entitlement over Nigeria’s oil mineral foster a sense of understanding and empathy towards the peoples of that region who are asking for a…
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Opinion

Rage, War and Desolation: Nigerian Youth Arise, By Ken Tadaferua

Nigerian youth. Stand up. Take charge. Chart a new course for yourselves and country. Dump the corrosive hate, abuse and violence of your forebears. It is time to reach across the political, ethnic and religious aisle to hold the hands of your brothers. It is time to forge cross-country alliances,…
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Opinion

Sanusi: Where Are the Northern Elites?, By Ken Tadaferua

"..78 percent of adolescent girls are in marriages in the North-West, 68 percent in the North-East and 35 percent in the North-Central. These numbers clearly mirror the poorest regions in the country." Where are Professor Ango Abdullahi, the Northern Elders Forum and the Governors of the 19 Northern States Forum?…
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Guest Columns

Emma Ezeazu: Tribute to a True Nigerian Across Borders, By Salihu Mohammed Lukman

It will be incomplete to talk of the politics of Emma without bringing out the fact that his nationalism was unpretentious and without any border. At a time when everyone is returning back to their ethnic base, Emma chose to integrate himself with the Gwaris. He worked hard and selflessly…
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