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Nigeria’s 2020 Budget: Going Nowhere Too Fast

Nigeria’s 2019 budget wasn’t passed until July ,3 months ago and the government is deploying very severe means to raise cash to fund it. VAT…

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Osibanjo: Yorubas Played The Ethnic Card And Lost. As Always

On September 11, Busola, Yoruba ,who used to tell me that she had no interest in politics sent me two items on WhatsApp, a social…

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Osibanjo Finds “The Aso Rock Cabal”?

The gradual political sterilisation of Nigeria’s harried Vice President, Yemi Osibanjo, shifted gears Tuesday as a memo from the president further degraded Mr Osibanjo’s office…

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Vacancy: Office Of the Vice President of Nigeria

“Once there were two brothers. One ran away to sea, the other was elected Vice President, and nothing was ever heard of either of them…

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Buhari’s Certificates: Forgive Me Nigeria, For I Have None

One just can’t keep from comparing Nigeria’s twisted  psycho-social conditions with badly made movies. The country is reeling from the worst economic downturn, ever, crime…

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Buhari: An Aging Puppet And A Chief Of Staff

Those who believe and trust Nigeria’s president, Mohammadu Buhari, are gasping for breath and have had their worst fears confirmed. At the close of a…

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Nigeria: RCCG Pastors Kidnapped: Osibanjo Has No Sympathizers.

“With respect to general kidnapping which we have seen in parts of the country, again, this is not entirely new. In fact, some of the…

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Nigeria: Who is running the No- Show? And Who is The Presidency?

In October 2017,Babachir Lawal, then Secretary to Nigeria’s government,was sacked by a statement by Femi Adesina.  Mr Lawal’s ostensible sins included swallowing N544 million (…

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Adeboye And RUGA: Silence Ain’t A Virtue

“We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” Elle Wiesel. Enoch Adegboye, head of…

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Osibanjo: What Lies Beneath The Robe?

“A man had two sons. One joined the navy and the other became vice president. Nothing was heard of either of them again “-Thomas Marshall,vice…

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