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Nigeria : Petrol and Growing Pains

The Nigerian government announced Wednesday that prices of petrol, a necessity, will go up. And up with it, would be the collective blood pressures of…

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Abba Kyari: Who Reigns in His Stead?

The office of the chief of staff to the president of Nigeria was a rudimentary, noiseless and back-seat position.Not very many people,for example, can recall…

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Chinese Virus: Buhari Tells Senate To Keep The Hell Quiet

I am tempted to begin this with a warning I gave Nigeria via Facebook, 5 years ago, today- 8 days before the nation got down…

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Nigeria’s Collapse Was Self-Induced

News came last weekend about a woman that was burnt to death. Thugs deliberately set her ablaze ,live, and brought down her house in a…

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Osibanjo: Don’t Rush To Court; You Are No Angel

Nigeria’s Vice President, Yemi Osibanjo, has been all over the news for more than two weeks.  Most of it is bad news and very negative…

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Nigeria: In Buhari’s Practice, Only The Doctor Gets Better; Patients Die

On Awolowo road, “Round about”,Ikeja, Lagos, Usman 19,sits daily ,looking at his wheelbarrow from which he sells Pineapples.  He is no longer wearing his usual…

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Nigeria’s Policies: Hit Or Miss Engineer

Albert Einstein said “I am not a genius. I  only stay with problems longer”.A focused psyche is fundamental to all progress and even more so…

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Violence in Northern Nigeria : Unintended Consequences

Two traits are attributed to Nigeria’s peoples of the North by their Southen brothers and sisters  or enemies, as the case may be. The first is…

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