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Fayemi And Welfare Of Teachers In Ekiti

Fayemi And Welfare Of Teachers In Ekiti By Segun Dipe When Governor John Kayode Fayemi was sworn in for a second term as the Executive Governor of Ekiti State recently,…

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An Evening with ‘Baba’ By Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi

An Evening with ‘Baba’ By Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi I have been on the road for the past two weeks. On November 4th I left Lagos for Mauritius to attend the triennial…

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Attitude And Pedestrian Bridges Usage In Nigeria

Attitude And Pedestrian Bridges Usage In Nigeria Bisi Kazeem Globally, the spate of development and population growth has no doubt, given room to holistic steps taken by the government of…

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Buhari, WAEC And PDP’s Toxic Air

Buhari, WAEC And PDP’s Toxic Air By Garba Shehu The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, Friday, said the controversy concerning President Muhammadu Buhari’s school certificate is embarrassing and felt a…

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Place Of Nigerian Youths In The Emerging World Order

Place Of Nigerian Youths In The Emerging World Order It was a rare opportunity for me as a student to have attended Law Colloquium in Honour of retired Justice of…

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The New Nigeria: Conceived, Soon To Be Delivered

The New Nigeria: Conceived, Soon To Be Delivered  By Ruth Zubairo People are tired of Nigeria. Tired of not having “light”. Tired of fuel scarcity. Tired of increased toll fares…

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JAMB: Ekwalo Got It All Wrong

JAMB: Ekwalo Got It All Wrong By Akin Owolabi I read online Dr. Chinedu Ekwalo’s seemingly informed view calling for the scrapping of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB….

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Nigeria’s Gain From FOCAC Beijing Summit

Nigeria’s Gain From FOCAC Beijing Summit By Garba Shehu Heads of State, Governments and delegations from 52 African countries, which includes Nigeria and the People’s, Republic of China met in…

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MultiChoice: Child Of A Lesser god

 MultiChoice: Child Of A Lesser god  Jubril Naiyeju   It is a safe bet that most Nigerians would want prices of goods and services fixed for years and forever, even….

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Nigeria’s Rudicio ad Absurdum Status

Nigeria’s Rudicio ad Absurdum Status AKIN OWOLABI Nigeria is vastly populated by a mass of cerebral palsies. Nigerians are reeling in their faeces and at the same time smiling in…

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