Atiku’s US Trip: So much ado about nothing

By Tunde Ajose For good watchers of the Nigerian politics, one thing has come to stay in our political experiment at getting it right in this country and that is…

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Control Of The Presidency Is Inconsequential By Moses E. Ochonu

If I were advising the political elites of the various political zones of Nigeria, I would expose to them how politically meaningless, in the broader scheme of interest-based political calculations,…

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Alleged Buhari Double And The Spirit Of Public Inquiry By Jideofor Adibe

This week’s reflection is on a trending story that began when Buhari returned from his 104-days of medical treatment in the UK in 2017. Many were surprised that on his…

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Fayose – 1, EFCC – 0

Abimbola Adelakun; aadelakun@punchng.com Given the gragra of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission over their invitation of the immediate past Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, one would have thought…

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Nigeria: A Federal Republic of I-don’t-care people

By Oludayo Tade The growing fear of insecurity and the consequent worthlessness of lives of Nigerians have been further affirmed by the deaths recorded across the country last week: (Plateau…

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Hillary Clinton: Chimamanda replies critics (Unedited)

Dear Unnamed Person Who I Am Told Is On Social Media Saying I am Her Family and Telling Me to Shut Up: Cynicism is ugly. It doesn’t flatter anyone. Yours…

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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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