Babatunde Fowler: The Zero Sum Game In Political Appointments

By Abubakar Ismail Let’s first look at the role of the media in politics. The media is supposed to be a medium where news and events is transmitted in its…

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By Victor Ojelabi For the umpteenth time, Chief Tony Okoroji uses his weekly SATURDAY BREAKFAST with TONY OKOROJI on his Facebook page to affirm his innocence, promote his pedigree, sell…

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A History Of Crisis: Why Stakeholders Must Rise Up, Save COSON Now

This plantain rots away, you delude yourself claiming it’s ripening. The Copyright Society of Nigeria is a 9-year-old Collective Management Organization (CMO) that has shown the potential to succeed in…

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COSON: Real reasons Tony Okoroji’s kicking dust (Emails, Letters)

What may have been intended as a PR masterstroke to buy public sympathy for the embattled Tony Okoroji appears to have fatally backfired. Insiders irked by the brazen attempt to…

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No Be Say I No Go Pay o

By Omolayo Oseni “No be say I no go pay o. Dem go dey pursue person. Instead of them to flog person, dem go dey pursue person. Dem go flog…

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‘Audit COSON’ Vs ‘Stop Efe Omorogbe’ – Tragedy of the Nigerian Way

By Sunny Neji The relentless attacks on the person and reputation of Efe Omorogbe by those masquerading as defenders of “thousands of innocent Nigerian musicians” must be condemned by every…

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Wike wins again, as Supreme Court put a final stop to Cole’s 2019 Rivers gov dreams

The end of the road for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2019 general elections in Rivers State came yesterday as the Supreme Court dismissed the three separate appeals…

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Odozi ditches Petroleum Engineering career for Music, as advised by Akon & Rick Ross

After satisfying the wishes of his parents by graduating from FUTO with a degree in Petroleum Engineering, Nigerian born singer Odozi relocated to the United States to pursue a masters…

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New dawn in Ekiti as Fayemi’s cabinet members are named

By Victor Ojelabi Ekiti state undoubtedly has the most literate population in Nigeria. Put at about 99% of young adults, and often reckoned as the state with most professors per…

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9th Assembly Speaker: we don’t want Gbajabiamila, we want Idris Wase – North Central Elders

Elders under the aegis of North Central Elders Forum have formerly endorsed the Deputy House Leader of the House of Representatives, Idris Wase, for the seat of the speaker in…

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