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On the Lord’s Day

My party, right or wrong!

CARPET-crossing as a slang which entered our political lexicon in the First Republic has been upbeat since the beginning of the Fourth Republic in 1999. In the then Western Region where it first became notable, it reared its head as smaller…

Should Atiku go to court?

Penultimate Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly elections are sad reminders of how elections generally have been in this country since pre-Independence period – warped, rigged, and discredited; thus tearing us apart rather than…

And the winner is…

BY the time you are reading this, the likelihood is that the results of the presidential and National Assembly election of yesterday (Saturday, February 16th, 2019) would have been out partially or in full. Whether our democracy has matured…

And the clock ticks …

Ihave decided to yield this column today to two ardent readers, one from abroad and the other from the home front. Before then, the ongoing campaign is so, so drab; the two leading parties appear to be bereft of ideas; very much unlike what…

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