Opinion

Sanwo-Olu @ 54: Celebrating A Man On Mission For A Greater Lagos

By Gboyega Akosile A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something special…

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Life Lessons from Mudipapa: A True Life Guide for the Young and Unmarried

By Jeremiah Agada It was German-born theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, one of the two pillars of modern physics, who once said wisdom is not a product of schooling, but of…

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COSON: TONY OKOROJI & UNANSWERED QUESTIONS – Rhiemen Omorogbe

I have watched the whole COSON drama with keen interest since December 2017, and one thing that has caught my attention is the fact that Tony Okoroji always has a…

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Between a national stadium and University of Lagos, which is more prestigious?

Former President Goodluck Jonathan’s Special Assistant on New Media Reno Omokri has said that the notion that his principal did not honour Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola is ‘ridiculous assertion’ This…

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Nigerians Don’t Want To Die, But We Die In Droves Anyway – Dayo Dasilva

Yes! No one wants to die in Nigeria, whether rich or poor, not even the old and elderly. This reflects much in our timid and fragile life in which we…

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Dirty couple of Lagos power house the story of the Tunji Bellos

By Tunde Okikioposu Fifty eight year old Lawyer, Journalist, Publisher and serving Secretary to the Lagos State government Mr Tunji Bello is not a happy man presently: he bemoans the…

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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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ARTFUL DODGER: OKOROJI’S WEEKLY BREAKFAST SERVING OF SELF-HURTING RHETORICS

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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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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