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Justice Olugbemi: The evils of ‘Federal Character’ revisited By Bolanle Bolawole (Prof. Babafemi Badejo)

turnpot@gmail.com 0705 263 1058 Recently the governor of Kaduna State, Nasir el-Rufai, got characteristically loquacious, uncouth, and irascible talking down on his fellow southern Nigeria counterparts, many of whom are his betters by dint of hard work, intellect, and industry and not the undue advantage bestowed by an atrocious “quota-this” …

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A dwarfed giant at 61 By Martins Onyeike

As yet another October 1st comes knocking, Nigeria gets set to commemorate its 61st anniversary as an independent nation. While it has become customary to roll out the drums amid scripted sermons laced with falsehoods and half-truths, there is really nothing worth celebrating. Instead of feasting and engaging in political …

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A breath of fresh air  By Dakuku Peterside

In recent times, we have been bombarded with news of insecurity, corruption, and secession agitations in Nigeria that we have become so used to them. News and images of kidnapping, ethnic killings, and mayhem, like horror movies, litter our media space, which have almost become an acceptable reality of life. …

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 30 years of statehood: The Leadership riddles and perspectives of Abia State By Chukwuma ShaFT AMaram (Polemics)

Only clairvoyants can declare with accuracy the final outcomes of the 2023 general elections or declare accurately the exact identities of the ultimate winners of political parties’ primary elections among prospective governorship aspirants, particularly in Abia North Zone, going by the logics and tenets of the zoning arrangement for the …

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