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OUR MEOUR MEN HAVE GONE!

  BY SEGUN BANKOLE—-I still can get this phrase off my mind as I continue to ruminate over the innocent but very potent and enduring statement made by my 14 year old daughter just about four days ago. How did this statement come about? I decided to take a short ...

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Who Needs Restructuring?

BY OLUSEGUN BANKOLE—-As I type this little piece, I am currently in NISE, Anambra State and I must say that all the hue and cry about restructuring the country should not be about breaking up; it should be about restructuring our mindset in doing things the proper way. In our ...

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EMERGING GLOBAL BEST PRACTICES IN GOVERNANCE

Being the Keynote Address delivered by Dr. Akintola, Benson Oke, FCArb, the Honourable Commissioner, Lagos State Ministry of Establishments, Training and Pensions at the Opening Session of the 2-Day Workshop tagged: ‘Engaging Global Best Practice to Deliver Value Per Excellence in Lagos State’ organized by the Lagos State Ministry of ...

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Leadership Development & Performance Enhancement for Public Servants in Lagos State

Being the Keynote Address delivered by Dr. Akintola, Benson Oke, FCArb, the Honourable Commissioner, Lagos State Ministry of Establishments, Training and Pensions at the Opening Session of the 2-Day Workshop tagged: ‘Leadership Development & Performance Enhancement for Public Servants in Lagos State’ organized by the Lagos State Ministry of Establishments, ...

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Travails of Apostle Suleman and inciting words of Sultan of Sokoto (2), by Femi Fani-Kayode

We must shed our fears and, if nothing else, we must always remember that “to live is Christ and to die is gain!!! President Donald J. Trump summed it up rather well when he said, in reference to the Islamist terrorists and those that derive joy from committing genocide against ...

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Travails of Apostle Suleman and inciting words of Sultan of Sokoto (1), by Femi Fani-Kayode

Thousands (yes THOUSANDS!!!) of Christian Biafran youths and members of Indigenous People of Biafra have been slaughtered all over the South East and South South by the Sunni-Muslim led Nigerian security agencies since Buhari came to power just under two years ago yet no arrests have been made. Nothing sums ...

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Donald Trump and the Muslim world, by Reuben Abati

 The chosen seven countries that have been shut out have not in any way been responsible for most of the acts of terror in the US in recent times. Trump leaves out Egypt, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, and other Muslim-majority countries, but the kind of chaos that has been generated ...

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The killer midget and stunted dwarf (2), by Femi Fani-Kayode

Meanwhile one wonders precisely who I planned and discussed these “violent attacks” with? Was it Rev. Musa Asake, the gentle and amiable Secretary General of the Christian Association of Nigeria, who I had the honor of hosting in my home for a meeting, or was it the Shiite Muslim delegation ...

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Why Ecobank is Wrong in its Actions Against Honeywell Group

Ecobank logo     The case between Ecobank Plc and Honeywell Group had all the trappings of a ‘blockbuster’ – it was an otherwise story of how a bank stood up against an unwilling but able debtor (a plague of the Nigerian financial system on the back of risiecent rise ...

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10th Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting call for entries is out

Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka     The Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) invites entries from Nigerian reporters for the 10th Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting from the 4th of October 2015. The award programme, true to its tradition, will honour works that involve reporting on public ...

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