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Ademola Adegbamigbe It is easy to distinguish between a plastic and genuine smile. With regard to the former, the lips move, while the eyes are gun-metal...

By Godwin Adindu There is a yellow rainbow across the skyline of Abia State, a syndrome pervading the state. The colour, yellow, is ubiquitous in all nooks...

By Bamidele Johnson Certain lessons, presumably, have been learnt from the governorship election in Osun State or the State of Osun (take your pick). The...

by Osuolale Alalade The recent request of the Federal Government for another US$1 billion to prosecute its war against the Boko Haram may be the normative...

By Ademola Adegbamigbe From the beginning of time, man has been in constant battle with himself and nature. This ranges from inter-tribal wars to diseases...

Denji Yaqub Over 100 days since young schoolgirls were abducted from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, on 14 April 2014, no success...

By Akin Owolabi The world has never been more unsafe for peaceful coexistence than it is today. Truth has taken a permanent flight in the face of unrelenting...

By Kanayo Esinulo Not long after the conclusion of the privatisation of Nigeria’s power sector in November 2013, Nigerians had hoped that by now, the...

A School in Maza Maza: crying for Governor Fashola’s attention Comment on the story “”Ogun Reduces School Fees in colleges, universities...

By Yemi Osibajo I was greatly saddened to read the material written by Mr. Eyieyien urging “The Remnants” to vote out the current Governor of Osun...