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Osinbajo and VGC haters

AS a ‘redeemer,’ I have been called out on the open-air testimony of Daddy Yemi Osinbajo at the just-concluded special Holy Ghost service, marking the 77th birthday anniversary of our grannie-in-the-Lord, Daddy G.O. With his warbled…

Choices we don’t make

AS political gladiators and their sympathisers dispute election results across board, I see a country without a sense of danger perception and this isn’t about the choices being presumably made now, going by the outcomes of the contests. It…

MC Oluomo’s Republic

THE first time I heard about Musiliu Akinsanya, the motor-park thug-turned-APC pollster, a secular minstrel was serenading him as being of bigger and wider influence that the King of Oshodi. Something like “ko soba loshodi, a fi MC Oluomo…

Rejoice not, O thou barren

THIS column goes to bed on Fridays, so this piece predated yesterday’s presidential and National Assembly elections, which outcomes, must by now, be torching nerves and getting wine glasses careening from wine shelves in celebration of an…

Onnoghen: The nonsensical amnesty deal

I know of a political solution being packaged to help President Muhammadu Buhari resolve the Walter Onnoghen logjam. It’s being packaged by a political establishment in the Southern part of the country and all its wings; political, legal,…

Buhari, a worry; Atiku, a concern

PERMIT my choice of words, but only a fool would sacrifice his happiness for the joy of others. Am I against sacrificial living and giving? Maybe I should employ better clarity; I meant for the sadistic joy of politicians of the Nigeria…

Where Art Thou, Jimoh Moshood?

THE lightening disappearance of the immediate-past pompous Force PPRO, Jimoh Moshood, into the night of the day his equally-uppity principal, Ibrahim Kpotum Idris transmitted, poignantly reminds of the fall of humanity grandpee, Mr Adam and…

Amaechi vs Amaechi I

THE most ruthless enemy man has to fight is self. That makes man’s fiercest war against himself. Man is essentially a three-fold creation; body, soul and spirit. The weakest of the chain is the spirit, and I must add, when it isn’t…

For Martina

MARTINA was a domestic help I got to know years back. She has her umbilical cord interred in a this-way-to (no insult meant) village of Kaduna State. Her parents were aged more by vicissitudes of life than passage of time. She was, however,…

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