Fayose’s Final Assault On Himself

By Bukar Raheem No one expected Nigeria to become such a bad and almost inhabitable country, within a short time and so fastened to a stalk, ready to hang itself. None ever expected it. But the day and the hour hover on the heads and shadows of every Nigerian presently. And nowhere is the heat felt in a degree of discomfiture like Ekiti state, where, Mr. Ayo Fayose, an uncouth and disgusting politician was dubiously awarded the governorship seat. The people have never witnessed an embarrassing phase in the history…

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The Yoruba Media War Against President Buhari And His Aides

By Okanga Agila Nigerians frequently abuse the liberties democracy confers on the citizenry, especially the freedom of expression. Hardly do people realise that their inalienable right to freedom of expression as guaranteed by the Constitution of Nigeria, places on them the responsibility of truthful engagements of other Nigerians, which excludes and frowns at the brazen infringement of the rights of other citizens. The media trial of public officials in the present dispensation over alleged corruption has gained currency in Nigeria. Very often, equally senseless and baseless civil societies blow empty…

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Who is Afraid of the AGF’s Investigation?

By Philip Agbese President Muhammadu Buhari’s directive to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami (SAN) to investigate  the involvement of any top government officials accused of any wrong-doing for prosecution if found liable is at risk of going the way of past probe that yielded little or no results. No. It is not because the ad-hoc panel is compromised; it is because the kind of people that published such past efforts are hard at work engaging their old tricks that may just again…

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