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I was shocked beyond description when I learnt about the sudden and most tragic death of our distinguished academic and seasoned university administrator, Prof. Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe. His death was the extremely painful as there was no sign that he was sick. Prior to the sad news, I got in touch with Prof. Ibidapo-Obe and our […]

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Constitutionalism as bulwark against ‘rogue’ politicians (2)

Nigerian president does no wrongs and is virtually unassailable by any earthly powers hence President Buhari was shocked to see President Jonathan felt himself intimidated to concede power to him during the 2015 Presidential election. Just imagine the powers available to Nigerian President: a yearly budget under his control to dish out patronage, armed forces […]

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Fair criticism of government as a tenet of democracy

If recent comments by President Muhammadu Buhari to the effect that “critics of his government should do so fairly” are anything to go by, this has once more reconfirmed that PMB is the best President and leader Nigeria has ever had in its chequered history. Buhari who spoke in Abuja when he received in audience […]

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Nigeria and her fathomless endowments

Nigeria as a nation is obviously richly blessed with fathomless natural resources, but regrettably, these endowments have hitherto been neglected by the leaders. Several of Nigeria’s endowments have overtime been kept in abeyance by the concerned authorities. This practice of ours does not augur well for the country’s economy in its entirety. In view of […]

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Police, Amotekun: Different name, the same affliction

We are outcomes of our society and our society is a consequence of our essence. We live by the governing examples and norms of our community and we cannot be more than what we settled to be – most especially when we are averse to change and unwilling to disrupt the punitive order.   Simply, […]

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It’s time to make a difference

Ordinarily, I do not like making resolutions. The reason is simple. I hate to keep promises that I cannot keep. Why do I need to deceive myself that I would either do something or desist from doing a thing when I am not sure of adhering to the vows? This is the dilemma that I […]

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A postscript on Uganda’s election

    Dakuku Peterside   Ugandans went to the polls last weekend in a hotly contested election and supposedly re-elected President Yoweri Museveni for a sixth term in office. He will continue a 35-year rule of the country. According to official government figures, the incumbent president won 58.6% of the vote while his nearest rival, […]

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FG’s early breach of agreements with ASUU

    Within two weeks of the conditional suspensionof thenine-monthstrike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Unionof Universities(ASUU), the Federal Government has stuck to her notorietyof floutingagreementswillinglyreachedwith the intellectual union.   As intellectuals, the union was wise when it said the strike would be ‘conditionally suspended’ and would be reactivated should the Federal Government renege. […]

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2023: APC-PDP ‘alliance’ on Igbo president

The election of Prof. George Obiozor as President- General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo comes at an opportune moment, as leaders of the South-East attempt a united front for the presidency in 2023.   The choice of Obiozor, a former Nigerian ambassador to the United States, followed a historic political concave in Abia State centred on the […]

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Sijibomi Ogundele still towering high amidst COVID-19 pandemic 

  Wole Adepoju As year 2020 finally ends, urshering us into the much awaited year 2021, Sijibomi Ogundele, the Managing Director of high flying luxury real estate firm; Sujimoto Construction Company, is not relenting in his quest to make luxury affordable in Nigeria’s real estate sector. If Ogundele had given up years ago when the […]

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