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Orji and the Senatorial Lilliputs

By Eddie Onuzuruike The THISDAY Newspaper of Tuesday, January 7th 2014 edition, page 14 came out with a mischievous article titled 'Orji’s Wave of Endorsements.' Reading in between the lines, it doesn’t need a...
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Obasanjo and his Kashamuphobia

By Kayode Ojo Until recently, the name Prince Buruji Kashamu did not ring any bells nationally. Within political circles in his own corner of Ogun state, he was seen as one of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo’s ...
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Biblical Perspective on Sexual Aberrations

By Most Rev. (Prof.) E.M. Uka Introduction The increasing and embarrassing legal and societal acceptance of unacceptable and ungodly sexual orientations is becoming a thing of serious concern to African Chris...
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Between Jonathan and the Antics of Mischief Makers

Of recent, events in this country as they unfold, give a cause for serious concern about our future as one, united and indivisible country inherited from our forefathers and which ordinarily should be passed on...
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Sam Egburonu’s Wrong Thesis

There is the Igbo proverb that a man absent in a burial would always start the exhumation of a corpse from the feet. This is a taboo in Igbo custom. The Nation on Sunday January 12, 2014, presented speculation...
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Still on OBJ’s Questionable Portrait of GEJ

By Tamuno West-Greene Judging from President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s response to the letter of 2nd December, 2013, by former President Olusegun Obasanjo (OBJ), it was obvious that the allegations he consid...
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For Orhii, Thank You Mr. President!

By Sufuyan Ojeifo I was on the computer in my sitting room on December 31, 2013, trying to establish contact through the internet with the Redemption Camp to watch and listen to the crossover night message by ...
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I Am No. 1,000 on Jonathan’s Political Watch List

By Hamisu Abubakar When former President Olusegun Obasanjo wrote that there was a political watch-list, many thought the grand old man of Nigerian politics was hallucinating. But thanks to the former Minister ...
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A Belated Tribute to Dr. Muiz Banire at 47

By Habeeb Adeniji Though coming almost belatedly, I find it extremely expedient to share with fellow Nigerians, especially Lagosians what was supposed to be a birthday tribute to a brilliant personage I admi...
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Jonathan and His Promise of Jobs: Beyond Rhetoric

By Francis Ehigiator AS is common with most politicians, especially heads of government, they are full of promises, but usually the end of the matter is worse than its beginning, and Nigeria has had more tha...