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James Ibori, a Special Breed

James Ibori, a Special Breed

The evaluation of a man’s worth can be interpreted and evaluated through diverse lenses, as it is contingent on individual perspectives and values. Certain individuals may appraise a man’s value based on his achievements, such…

Oronsaye Report: Let Charity Begin at Home

Oronsaye Report: Let Charity Begin at Home

Last Monday, after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) rose from its weekly meeting in Aso Rock, it announced that the government had eventually decided to implement the Stephen Oronsaye Report. Of course, why this appeared…

The Tale of a Non Contagious Central Nervous System Disorder

The Tale of a Non Contagious Central Nervous System Disorder

The scene TT has always been interested in gymnastics, it’s something he’s done up to until 8 years ago when he sustained a devastating head injury that changed his life forever. On a particular morning…

2024 IWD: Promoting Gender Equity for Inclusion

2024 IWD: Promoting Gender Equity for Inclusion

The 2024 International Women’s Day (IWD), themed, Inspire Inclusion, presents another opportunity for a more critical look at the issue of gender equity in all spheres of life – in the workplace (public and private),…

Enough Is Enough!

Enough Is Enough!

The rising cost of cement and reinforcing bars which are key component raw materials in the Construction Industry which employs over 70% of youths is obviously a calculated attempt by a cartel and cabal to…

Is Presidential Jet Now Running on Spiritual Fuel?

Is Presidential Jet Now Running on Spiritual Fuel?

The times are tough, but like all seasons, it will come to pass if we respond wisely, instead of reacting in panic to avert the looming crisis. These are no longer the days for finger-pointing,…

Hardship: Chasing Shadows in High Places

Hardship: Chasing Shadows in High Places

On Tuesday, the government in power did what has become the norm in governance in Nigeria – blaming ‘opponents’ for the woes bedevilling the nation rather than accepting their part in the sordid situation. That…

When the Hair Falls Off

When the Hair Falls Off

The scene Baba OGN just finished gulping another round of ‘’kainkain’’ aka ‘’ogogoro’’. He’s been on this routine for more than 2 decades! He looked frail, unkempt and shrunken with thin, sparse, fluffy hair. Gossip…

Insecurity: ‘It’s the Economy, Stupid’

Insecurity: ‘It’s the Economy, Stupid’

The above phrase is not an attempt by me to be abusive to anyone, but was coined and made famous some 32 odd years ago by James Carville. Carville was a strategist in Bill Clinton’s…

Amnesia: When a Nation Remembers  To Forget and Forgets to Remember

Amnesia: When a Nation Remembers To Forget and Forgets to Remember

Let me introduce the topic by declaring that the matter discourse I intend to place before this celebratory audience is the matter of history, which, indeed, is a subject matter of vital importance. Our friend,…