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Pantami: When Denial is not Enough

About an hour to writing this, I read (for probity’s sake) the Wiki page of Nigeria’s minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami, which…

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Posted in Health Opinion Politics

Buhari: The Running Man

In a 1987 movie set in a dystopian America, a falsely convicted policeman (Arnold Schwarzenegger ) gets his shot at freedom when he must forcibly…

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Posted in Business Opinion Politics

Nigeria’s Recession: Poor Diagnosis; Poorer Remedies

Nigeria is telling itself that it has plunged into yet another recession: The second in 3 years! The feckless government also kids its helpless citizens…

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Insecurity: Unto Nigeria, Too Much Blood is Taken

In the good old days, you could drive between Abuja and Kaduna with your eyes practically closed. The road was like a runway. And you could…

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Biden Wins,Trump Loses: Nigeria is Transformed

Below is what is obvious so far in the morass that’s the current US Elections. Worse case scenario:  Trump is the president of United States until…

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Ondo Elections: US Issues Fresh Threats

Perhaps following the success of the governorship elections in Edo state, South South Nigeria, on September 19, the US  government this morning issued a statement…

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#VPdebate : Kamala Harris Didn’t Make the Cut

Last night’s Vice Presidential debates didn’t help the Democatic nominee, Joe Biden as his running mate couldn’t  answer or deflated very important questions. Mike Pence,…

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Trump Says No to A Virtual Presidential Debate

The Commission on Presidential Debates announced the second debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be virtual.The President has, however, said he will not…

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Nigeria@60: Lying Becomes a Presidential Addiction

Since assuming powers in the early summer of 2015, Mohammadu Buhari, Nigeria’s President, has almost by rote made lying a tradition at the annual independence…

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Nigeria@60: A Sick Nation Enters a Coma

For whatever reason, Nigeria, a nation whose population is not known was founded on lies and gratuitous assumptions. From 1960 when it “gained” a notional independence…

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