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Sons of perdition and lamentations of the blind

  BY Femi Fani-Kayode:   Instead of responding to the words of Eric Joyce, the former British MP who told the world via his twitter ...

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As Osita Chidoka Seeks For Solutions outside the PDP 

  BY Chief Otu Ita Toyo   I met and grew to respect Osita Chidoka when he was introduced to us by a kind Akwa ...

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Understanding the Word, “Biafra” – An Academic Exercise In Support Of the Unity of South-East and South-South

  BY Russell Bluejack The gumption to do this sprang from apparent misrepresentation, misapprehension, prejudice, disjointed supposition from some of our people down South. I ...

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The Language of Slaves

  BY Femi Fani-Kayode   The most difficult challenge that Nigerians face is not the hegemony of the Hausa Fulani ruling class but the ignorance ...

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How “Smart” is your African city? – Don’t be left behind!

  BY Strive Masiyiwa   Last week I attended the Transform Africa annual gathering in Kigali, Rwanda. The main topic was building Africa’s digital economy ...

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They Learnt Nothing, and Forgot Nothing

  BY Femi Adesina   They showed their pernicious hands again last Sunday, and have been on the prowl since then, roaring like a lion, ...

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Anambra: New thinking, New Politics

  BY Tony Onyima   Professor Chukwuma Charles Soludo, former governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is certainly a man of figures and words. ...

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Implications of Dislocating Southeast From the Planned Coastal Rail Project

  BY Chief Dr. David Ogba Onuoha Bourdex MFR, OON   Signs that all was not well with President Muhammadu Buhari’s request for a $29.960bn ...

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The Ringing Of Coup Bells and a Cause for Deep Concern

  BY Femi Fani-Kayode   I am very worried now. Ever since 1966 the northern ruling class has ALWAYS effected a coup d’etat whenever they ...

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The First Class Degrees Galore

  BY Reuben Abati   If Nigeria can produce more First Class intellects, this should reflect on the long run on the country’s business, social, ...

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Why Buhari will not rid Nigeria of corruption

  BY Fisayo Soyombo   Nigerian president’s war against corruption will yield a betwixt-and-between result: so much action, minimal solution. There is renewed optimism in ...

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What I Think About Those Clamouring For Homogeneous Secession

  BY Russell Bluejack   Homogeneous secession has become the latest clamour. Some easterners feel that the divide in the SS and SE is insurmountable, ...

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Let Us Honor This Prophet (Gov. Dickson) At Home 

  BY Kokobaiye Abeki   Initially, Boro’s Day celebration was an overseas event. The past administration of Mr. Timipre Sylva rotated the event between the ...

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Amaechi: The Quintessential Leader and His Endless Persecution

    BY Eze Chukwuemeka Eze   Preamble Today, in the politics of Nigeria, the only major assignment of most politicians as they strategise for ...

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The day I discovered the true wealth of Nigeria

  – It’s not all about oil! BY Strive Masiyiwa When I first arrived in Nigeria to set up the country’s first GSM mobile network, ...

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