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The Hatchet Man’s Job, Dele Momodu to the Rescue

By Babs Ajayi BALTIMORE, MD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – When a text message “flew” into the phone of Mr. Dele Momodu asking him to help tell the “tale of a woman in deep pain and anguish for variety of reasons” you wonder from whose perspective Mr. Momodu reported the encounters.  The same woman who cleverly avoided […]

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Opinion: We Must Never Forget Kenule Saro-Wiwa and the Ogoni 8

By Babs Ajayi BALTIMORE, MD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The environmental activist, writer, dramatist and human rights campaigner Kenule Saro-Wiwa was killed 20 years ago today by the Nigerian maximum ruler and confirmed kleptocrat and thief, General Sani Abacha for his dogged fight and demand for the preservation of the Ogoni in the Niger Delta and […]

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Jona at Aso Rock Again!

By Babs Ajaiyi “Ah, it is you again, Jona!” “Na me sir.” “You really knocked on the door so hard.” “I was not sure if anyone was home.” “We are always at home, no room for waka about or overseas trip; the treasury is already empty.” “Don’t worry, for as long as oil is flowing […]

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Opinion: The Special Loser of Stamford Bridge

By Babs Ajayi BALTIMORE, MD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – This is the story of an expert in failure, at least by the recent performance of the team he coaches. Six defeats in 11 games with 22 goals conceded against the English Premier League (EPL) opponents, Jose Mourinho’s team lacks cohesion, is devoid of spark, defends poorly […]

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Abubakar Audu and Timipre Sylva: How Not to Fight Corruption

By Babs Ajayi The APC government of President Muhammadu Buhari is determined to wipe out corruption and it is doing everything possible to prosecute the former government of Goodluck Jonathan. The government is working with the British, Swiss and United States governments to recover stolen funds by former public officials and politicians, and in faraway […]

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Buhari Under Pressure To Disband DSS, Says Igbo Group

By Obinna Akukwe  @Obinna Akukwe – President Muhammadu Buhari has come under intense pressure from various security top brass to disband the Department of State Services (DSS), Nigerian Secret Police. This is due to the alleged infamous role the once prestigious institution played in futile attempt to truncate democracy. Top security sources who spoke to […]

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Termination: Transcorp Hilton Ex-Staff Makes U-Turn, Commends Management

An ex-staff of Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Mohammed Khalid Yakubu, who last Wednesday accused the Management of the hotel of wrongful termination of his appointment based on his political affiliation, has withdrawn the accusation. Yakubu has, instead, commended the Management of the hotel for the steps taken to address his issue, saying he has discovered that […]

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Buhari: Nigeria’s Realities, Hopes And Impediments, By Steve Orji

 There’s absolutely nothing about Nigeria that defies remedy. Not even its politics, as the last elections have well proved. It’s possible that Buhari’s supporters, like am, have reduced Nigeria’s complexities into a sweet, soft, lolly pop. Buhari’s euphoric victory at the polls, soon dies out, as he begins to navigate the multifaceted layers of Nigeria’s […]

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A Virulent Form Of Absurdity: When Society And Politics Go Insane By Akintokunbo A Adejumo

“Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedies.” —Groucho Marx “Politics, noun: A strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles. The conduct of public affairs for private advantage.” —Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary The insanity is palpable the moment you step out […]

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Auctioning Of 419 2nd Niger Bridge And Jubilation Of Igbo Fools

Written by Obinna Akukwe – Lots of Igbo fools, including many top politicians, traditional rulers and other misguided elements jubilated when President Goodluck Jonathan was dragged by Ex Gov Peter Obi to belatedly commission an auctioned 419 2nd Niger Bridge that will be tolled for 25 years. This president while seeking for Igbo votes in […]

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From Execu-thieves to Law-breakers: A Tale of Greed, Egotism and Corruption

Akintokunbo A Adejumo It always comes down to this. How selfish, greedy and insensitive can some of these our rulers be? They are parasites feeding fat on the blood of the people, causing untold miseries and are like malignant tumours that just will not go away. Eight years as a governor of an oil-rich state, […]

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EDITORIAL: Sanity Until Justice Is Done

By Tajudeen Balogun, Head Nigeria Bureau, Lagos  Within four months, their cases were heard, defence by their counsels were presented and finally, the judgement was delivered followed by a ‘deafening bang with gavel’, – sign of confirmation of the rulings. Such was the case on Monday, September 15, 2014, when 25 dissident soldiers who were court martial for making […]

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All Loot and No Work Makes Me a Rich Man

Akintokunbo A Adejumo “The last official act of any government is to loot the treasury” has been a popular quotation on many websites since the global financial crisis of 2008. The quotation is usually attributed to George Washington (1732-1799), but there is no evidence that he ever said it. Dear reader, please pardon me if […]

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An Evening With Senator (Mrs) Oluremi Tinubu

Akintokunbo A Adejumo On Saturday 5th April 2014, at the Hilton London Metropole Hotel in London, the Association of Nigerian Academics in the UK (ANAUK) led by Councillor Adedamola Aminu, the acting Mayor of the London Borough of Lambeth and a lecturer himself, recognised the achievements of Mrs Oluremi Tinubu, OON, former First Lady of […]

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Presidential Victimization of Sanusi and the treasonable theft of $20 billion Dollars

By Obinna Akukwe   Whether President Goodluck Jonathan decides to victimize, sack or prosecute Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, Nigeria’s sacked Central Bank Chief, the truth is that a $20 billion dollar theft has been exposed and the sheer size of the theft is treasonable, especially with 80 million people living below $10 dollars daily. $20 billion […]

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The Evil That Men Do……Does Not Mean Anything in Nigeria

Akintokunbo A Adejumo This article is not meant to hold brief or a rejoinder for Prof Wole Soyinka – I am most confident he, and others, can do this for himself more effectively than me; rather it is to seek to protect Nigerians from the insult and onslaught of the spectre of brazen and barefaced […]

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Impact of Cultural Changes in Nigeria Politics

By Femi Fabiyi & Akintokunbo A Adejumo  Politics is likened to a basket of investment portfolio. As Investors focus on financial returns on their investments, so do political god-fathers expect some sorts of dividends for investing in a candidate. Culture, on the other hand is a creative character that forms the gestures and values embedded […]

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A Little, Humble Tribute to Late Chief Segun Okeowo

Truly and indisputably, the last of the great student leaders of Nigeria By Akintokunbo A. Adejumo “Nigeria, March/April 1978: The Minister for Education, Col Ahmadu Ali under the Obasanjo Military administration, had just announced that the Federal Government of Nigeria intended to increase the cost of feeding for University and other tertiary institutions’ students. At the […]

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Let GoodLuck Address The Substance Of Obasanjo’s Letter

Dr. Tunde Ali The time will come when any person aspiring to any political office in the nation will be required to have at least a credit grade in English language. This will at least balance the 1979 mathematical equation which Chief Richard Akinjide posited in the court during his submission on twelve-two third  (12 […]

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The Church, Ethnicity And National Redemption

Steve Orji, United Kingdom Anyone who has worked in the public or private sector in Nigeria would have had a taste of “ethnic victimisation”, however short-lived. In my case as a serving National youth Corp member, in Delta state, my first taste of it gave me a rather rude shock.  It took place in a […]

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