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How Money Can Affect Your Life How Money Can Affect Your Life

It should come as no surprise that money impacts your day-to-day life. However, have you seriously stopped to consider all the differe...

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Nigerian man believes Anthony Joshua's defeat was scripted Nigerian man believes Anthony Joshua's defeat was scripted

In what can be regarded as arguably one of the biggest shock defeats in sports generally, many are still wondering how a relatively unf...

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ADEWURA’S DEATH: What is the value of the Nigerian life? ADEWURA’S DEATH: What is the value of the Nigerian life?

After social media messages surfaced on May 15th that beautiful and recent graduate of the University of Lagos, Adewura Lateefa Bello; ha...

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How to get a Nigerian passport within one week without paying a bribe How to get a Nigerian passport within one week without paying a bribe

By Dr. Joe Abah Until August 2017, I was the Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), with the daunting ta...

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Four Things Prof. Yemi Osinbajo Means to Nigeria Four Things Prof. Yemi Osinbajo Means to Nigeria

By Seun Bisuga Not many people know what Prof. Yemi Osinbajo really means to Nigerians and how he has impacted the lives of people...

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The Yoruba deserve 2023 presidency, the Igbo are not a serious people The Yoruba deserve 2023 presidency, the Igbo are not a serious people

By Fredrick Nwabufo There is nothing as fatal as a blow from a “consanguineal fist”.   A cut from a “sibling” hurts deeper than th...

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Tonto Dikeh, Prince Ifeanyi Dike’s ridiculousness and Omoni Oboli’s win Tonto Dikeh, Prince Ifeanyi Dike’s ridiculousness and Omoni Oboli’s win

By Segun Odejimi Nigerian critic, Segun Odejimi has just shared an interesting perspective on Tonto Dikeh's viral interview and wha...

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Femi Fani-Kayode: Tears for Africa Femi Fani-Kayode: Tears for Africa

The largest empires that the world has ever known are, in order of size, the British, Mongol, Russian, Spanish, Umayyad, Yuan, Qing, F...

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A ‘private visit’ to Her Majesty the Queen A ‘private visit’ to Her Majesty the Queen

 By Reuben Abati “You look dull. I hope you are good” “What else can the son of man do, with all the problems on someone’s head i...

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The search for the Nigerian Dream The search for the Nigerian Dream

By Simon Kolawole In July 2005, aboard an Egypt Air flight from Cairo to Lagos, a number of Nigerians spent hours discussing the stat...

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'People with itchy fingers, past and present, will continue to fall in trouble' - Femi Adesina 'People with itchy fingers, past and present, will continue to fall in trouble' - Femi Adesina

President Buhari's special assistant on media and publicity, Femi Adesina has just written a piece where he chronicled his boss...

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Nigeria will not survive 2019 election – Femi Aribisala Nigeria will not survive 2019 election – Femi Aribisala

For those of us who had hoped against hope, the 2019 presidential election has proved to be the last straw. We are now convinced that Ni...

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9th assembly leadership: Why zone to an individual? 9th assembly leadership: Why zone to an individual?

By ABAKE FAKUNLE As expected in a presidential democracy after a fiercely-fought general election, which was won by the ruling All...

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The Clueless INEC Despite the N234.5 billion The Clueless INEC Despite the N234.5 billion

By  Auwal Ahmed Ibrahim An African proverb says, "A wrong step by a leader is a warning to the followers" A toad...

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 How Igbo Leaders Caused Nigeria's Current National Political Problems How Igbo Leaders Caused Nigeria's Current National Political Problems

By Folorunsho Kuku  How The Igbo Elite And Professionals And Their Past Misadventures & Miscalculations Resulted In Nigeria's C...

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How the 2019 Presidential Election In Nigeria Was Massively Rigged, By Femi Aribisala How the 2019 Presidential Election In Nigeria Was Massively Rigged, By Femi Aribisala

In the 2015 presidential election, Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was awarded 15,424,921 votes by Attahiru Jega’...

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Do the Igbo and the Yoruba know they are sons of ‘Oduduwa’? Do the Igbo and the Yoruba know they are sons of ‘Oduduwa’?

By Fredrick Nwabufo And the Supreme Being commissioned Oduduwa, a “sky-god”, to carry out a terrestrial task; he descended from he...

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With Buhari’s 4+4, Igbo Presidency In 2023 Is Now Non-Negotiable With Buhari’s 4+4, Igbo Presidency In 2023 Is Now Non-Negotiable

by Fredrick Nwabufo Nation-building is not perfunctory; it is deliberate, planned and decisive. A country as enormous, diverse...

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After Saraki’s fall, is Tinubu next? After Saraki’s fall, is Tinubu next?

by Fredrick Nwabufo Dynasties rise and fall. It is a natural order. But there are factors which precipitate the declension of d...

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5 things to expect after the 2019 elections 5 things to expect after the 2019 elections

The 2019 elections will leave a lot in its wake. These are 5 things likely to happen after all has been said and done. SARAKI WILL ...

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