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On Rationalization of Retrogression – Adamu Tilde

On Rationalization of Retrogression – Adamu Tilde

The urge to write stemmed from ‘a post’ that I shared on my Facebook wall. The post reads “we no get shame. Just dey born pikin dey send them go dey beg. The Igbos will make a trader out of each of those ragamuffins (na fada din) if you hate (it) me, fix it!” As usual, in the course of commenting, ... Read More »

Flame Flame, Go Away, Come Again Another Day – By @Obajeun

Flame Flame, Go Away, Come Again Another Day – By @Obajeun

Whenever Boko Haram cooks human beings, you will see flame. Nyanya went up in flame. Jonathan wore sad face at the scene. Jonathan went to Kano the following day for a political gig. While mourners garnered their tears in baskets, Jonathan was in Kano throwing jives at his manufactured enemy, “even the little money my campaign office provided for refreshment ... Read More »

The Nigerian Government and Its Unattended Responsibilities – Smith Adekunle

The Nigerian Government and Its Unattended Responsibilities – Smith Adekunle

The lives lost we cannot hallow, properties gone we cannot restore. Joys taken, happiness shattered; we can bring no succour. The living is left to mourn, shed tears of regret and ask questions that we may never have to console the bereaved and bury our brothers yet again. Brothers we have lost at Nyanya bomb blast, we cannot question God ... Read More »

The PDP, The APC, And The Spectacular Failure Of Ruling Class Leadership; The Case Of Power [De] – Generation – Jaye Gaskia

The PDP, The APC, And The Spectacular Failure Of Ruling Class Leadership; The Case Of Power [De] – Generation – Jaye Gaskia

At the inception of the fourth Republic, one key area prioritized by the then victorious ruling party, the PDP, and its newly inaugurated presidency was power. In 1999, when the current civilian democratic dispensation came into being, the ruling PDP made fan fare of its intention to turn power generation, distribution and transmission around as a way of ensuring that ... Read More »

Dear @Obajeun Nobody Asked For Any of My Passwords – @SagaySagay

Dear @Obajeun Nobody Asked For Any of My Passwords – @SagaySagay

Before now, I didn’t believe there was any need to write a special report on what happened during our visit to SSS office at Aleshinloye, Ibadan. My thought was that others had tweeted and wrote reports about the events. I also made a couple of tweets myself. I however believe there is an urgent need to clarify some issues based ... Read More »

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