Opinion

Hate Speeches, Fake News And Social Order

It is one of the foibles of mankind that people always think of themselves as better or superior to others who are outside of their immediate family, class, group or…

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America’s outrage over Russian election meddling is a blatant double standard

By Damon Linker The extent to which the presidential campaign of Donald Trump was aware of (and perhaps even colluded with) the Russian government to interfere with the 2016 election…

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One Statement, Many Ordeals By Kassim Afegbua

In the last six days, I have gone through traumatic experience when I was declared wanted by the Nigeria Police. By the strength of that unprofessional declaration, I was treated…

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Africa is not poor, we are stealing its wealth

Africa is poor, but we can try to help its people. It’s a simple statement, repeated through a thousand images, newspaper stories and charity appeals each year, so that it…

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PADDY ADENUGA’S BATTLE FOR CHEVRON NETHERLANDS

By Paddy Adenuga It was October 2013. Two years had passed since I had left the family business in Lagos, Nigeria and moved to London, England to start my own…

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Impunity rides again

By Wole Soyinka It is happening all over again. History is repeating itself and, alas, within such an agonizingly short span of time. How often must we warn against the…

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Dear Rochas, When Will You See Your Doctor? By Churchill Okonkwo

Nwannem nwoko Rochas, you have been flirting with madness, and it is no longer news that a couple of nuts have gone missing in your head. The news is that…

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‘Every app is a dating app’: technology blamed for spike in HIV rates in Pakistan

While technology may have strengthened the fight against HIV and Aids in many countries, in Pakistan it has led to an increase in HIV infection among young people, health experts and activists…

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Saudi Arabia and Iran are jostling for control over the Middle East – and it could turn into all-out war

By Paddy Ashdown There used to saying in the Middle East: “If a dog barks in the Middle East, British intelligence is behind it”. Replace the word “British” with “American”,…

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EFCC and the case of the ‘crazy’ informant

Thursday with Abimbola Adelakun, aadelakun@punchng.com You knew something had to be amiss when the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission chairman, Ibrahim Magu, was quoted as saying although the whistle-blower who…

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