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Nigeria’s Split Personality

I spent eight hours on a journey that took three, two decades before the arrival of Nigeria’s pseudo-democracy. When Yakubu Gowon built the Shagamu–Ore dual carriageway within three years of his post-war rule, it was pleasurable to ride to Benin from Lagos. Samuel Ogbemudia introduced those luxury buses with toilet facilities in his Midwest Line.

Aminu Tambuwal

Tambuwal, APC Governors Absent From Council Of State Meeting

Aminu Tambuwal, Speaker of the House of Representatives, all elected state governors of the All Progressives Congress, APC and Muhammed Buhari, former head of state afe today absent at the Council of states meeting currently holding at the Council Chamber of the Presidential Villa, Abuja. Reports from the State House, Abuja said the absentees did

EBOLA: Nigeria’s Triumph in Collectivism

Hurrah! At last there is something to celebrate in Nigeria. We are Ebola free for now. It proves our varying but progressive ingenuity under a collective ideal. Some fellow exported Ebola to Nigeria and we stopped him at our border before he could diffuse it to unmanageable dimension, thanks to Ameyor Adadevoh, the heroine of


“I Can’t Accept that my Party Leader will be an Indicted Drug Baron” – OBJ

Short and Sharp Statements I cannot accept that the zonal leader of my political party and worse still in my zone will be an indicted drug baron wanted in America. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, giving reason why he shunned members and elders of the PDP that visited him Be patient, but at the same time

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