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Of The Offensive Email And Many Bangarangs By Onome Pepple

By all standards, the originating email which formed the genesis of the whole debacle that busied the legal space during this past weekend fits into every description of unwholesomeness. In terms of the Rules of Professional Conduct, it breached all rudimentary rules and made very deafening insinuations which left readers agape. The correspondence was in short, marinated in lies of… Read More
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How Bola Tinubu Commissioned Four Teams To Find His Certificates By Rudolf Ogoo Okonkwo

What the CIA does not know does not exist. In Luke 24:5-7, the angel said to the women who went to the tomb in search of Jesus, “Why do you seek the living One among the dead?” For those looking for Bola Tinubu’s certificates, I ask, why do you seek from St. Paul’s School, Aroloya, Lagos, and Government College Ibadan,… Read More
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Elections Can’t Fix What’s Wrong With Nigeria By Bayo Oluwasanmi

Nigeria is on life support. The diagnoses and prognosis are scary and hopeless. Nigerians are living in a country that mirrors in all instances, the conditions in hell. But the selfish, inordinate, and obdurate politicians are hell-bent on conducting the 2023 presidential elections. The problems confronting Nigeria are more than what the presidential election or any of the presidential candidates… Read More
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Ekweremadu and Nobody By Bunmi Makinwa

Two photos were to be identified on the screen of the phone. There were four Nigerians at the location in Maryland, USA. Without hesitation, three of the Nigerians identified the photo of the gentleman in suit and red tie – Ike Ekweremadu. A question followed – Is that the boy in question? The name of the boy in question is Ukpo Nwamini David.  The media space has been… Read More
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Naked Supreme Court Dance Not A Bad Thing After All, By Azu Ishiekwene

When I first read the news in People’s Gazette through a link forwarded to me by a friend, I prayed that it would not be true. My prayer was in spite of the evidence to the contrary provided in watermarked documents by the news platform. The letter read like the demand of unionised shop floor factory workers to their mean, grasping… Read More
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I’m Not A Campaign Clown, I’ll Deliver What I Promised By Bayo Oluwasanmi

The presidential primaries are over. We turn our attention from the much ridiculed speeches during the primaries by the APC and PDP presidential aspirants. It is time for both candidates to start making campaign promises they have no intention of fulfilling.As usual, most of the campaign promises will be garden variety pandering: electricity 24/7, 400 million jobs, 500 million public… Read More
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Supreme Court Justices Deserve More, By Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN

Recently, in an unprecedented manner in the 58 years annals of the Supreme Court of Nigeria Nigeria, all the 14 serving Justices of the Supreme Court protested their horrific welfare and deplorable conditions of service to the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN). In a world that has since become a global village, the memo leaked. Who did this to this… Read More
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Peter Obi, Oseni Rufai And The Import Of An ‘Inconsequential’ Manifesto, By Rotimi Akinola

If care is not taken, Labour Party candidate Peter Obi will degenerate from the darling of the 2023 election to a comic relief fit only for punctuating our elongated predicament. I’m seriously warning any serious-minded Nigerian who cares to listen that this seemingly serious former Anambra governor could turn out to be a serious joke. Visit INEC registration centres and see how young Nigerians are… Read More
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Beware Of Any Candidate Who Comes In The Name Of Fighting Corruption, By Fredrick Nwabufo

The unravelings of the past seven years should jolt us to sombre reality, if for any reason we are still in the thrall of propagandised political chicanery. Any candidate who makes his election campaign about fighting corruption without antecedented commitment to this end and without a clear plan and strategy is thoroughly lying. Fighting corruption takes grueling years of institutional… Read More