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  • Nigeria’s First Minister Of Sadness

    Two things prompted this write-up: just last week, I travelled to Kano to collect my result, certifying me as a graduate of mass communication with 4.07 as my cumulative CGPA and the second best graduating student, secondly, the world happiness report released by the United Nations sustainable Development Solutions Network. The survey ranked countries based […] More

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  • Ese Oruru: Emir Of Kano And Those Distorting The Narrative, By Femi Fani-Kayode

    One of the things that I like about Mr. Donald Trump, the front-runner for the presidential nomination in America’s Republican party, is the fact that he is tough, blunt, honest, candid, frank and decisive. Whether you share his views or not at least you know precisely where he stands on any issue and he always […] More

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  • President Buhari, We Are Killing Jobs Not The Naira

    By Akin Oyebode In a recent interview with the BBC, President Buhari said: “I have asked the Central Bank Governor and others to sit and see if they can convince me to murder the Naira.” He also said: “Most of our young people can’t get jobs; one of the biggest dangers we face.” During the […] More

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  • The Greed And Rascality Of The APC – Femi Arisala

    There are so many things wrong with the PDP. It is an understatement to insist it is a very imperfect political party. But for everything that is wrong with the PDP, the APC is worse. It is ludicrous to pretend the APC is squeaky-clean while the PDP is corrupt when a large chunk of APC […] More

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  • Still On Optics: Gulliver’s Gaffe In London – Pius Adesanmi

    First things first: Gulliver’s herd will destroy Gulliver. They have learnt nothing, absolutely nothing, from Jona’s herd. At the risk of insulting the intelligence of their fellow citizens, they have adopted the creed of heroic infallibility which took Jona’s herd and their hero to perdition. Everywhere Gulliver has been in his quest to go around […] More

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  • The Lagos Girl Delusion, By William Ifeanyi Moore

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    There is no doubt that Lagos is a mega city that attracts the good, the bad and the ugly. Many girls come with different motive. Some to work and earn a leaving being that job opportunities exist in Lagos more than any other city in the country. WARNING: I woke up feeling rather confrontational today. […] More

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  • Jan. 15th 1966: A Night of Blood and Slaughter by Femi Fani-Kayode

    On the night of January 15th 1966 a coup d’etat took place in Nigeria which resulted in the murder of a number of leading political figures and senior army officers. This was the first coup in the history of our country and 98 per cent of the officers that planned and led it were Igbo. […] More

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  • Kill Don Jazzy – Bayo Omisore, Former PR Manager At Mohits

    So to start with, I am not a hater. I do not wish any evil on Don Jazzy or Michael Collins. If anything, I can be categorized as an interested onlooker when I want to be passive or an invested businessman active in the Nigerian music industry for the past 18 years. In addition, I […] More

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  • Time To End The Bad Blood Between The Yorubas And Ndigbo, By Femi Aribisala

    By Femi Aribisala The Yorubas and the Igbos, two of the most resourceful, engaging and outgoing ethnic groups in Nigeria, are becoming implacable enemies. Increasingly, they seem to hate one another with pure hatred. I never appreciated the extent of their animosity until the social media came of age in Nigeria. Now, hardly a day […] More

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  • Davido, Baby Mamas and other stories, By Reuben Abati

    “What a relief, my friend!” “What are you relieved about?” “It is this David Adeleke and Sophia Momodu soap opera”. “I tell you. It is a perfect subject for a good home video. But what is your own?” “No. Nothing. I am just relieved that the parties involved have agreed to let peace reign” “This […] More

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  • Why Lai Mohammed Must Be Fired – Femi Aribisala

    By Femi Aribisala Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf was the Minister of Information in the dying days of Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq. Nicknamed “Comical Ali” by British tabloids, al-Sahaf made a fool of himself during the Iraqi war by constantly fabricating victories of the Iraqi army, even as territory after territory fell to the American-led allied […] More

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  • Dear Minister: Jonathan Is Not To Blame! By Reno Omokri

    Dear Honourable Minister Lai Mohammed, Greetings and congratulations on your recent and well deserved appointment as Nigeria’s Minister of Information. You may recall that we met on the set of ‘Politics Today’ in May of 2011 soon after I was interviewed by Deji Bademosi and just before you were interviewed. The purpose of my letter […] More

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