Friday, Aug 15

Mr. President, this is how to defeat Boko Haram

The kidnapping of over 270 schoolgirls in Chibok, which took place over three months ago, is in the news again. This is primarily due to girls’ rights activist Malala Yousafzai’s visit to Nigeria and President Goodluck Jonathan finally agreeing to meet with the abducted schoolgirls’ parents.

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Sunday, Aug 03

The titanic battle for Osun state

The August 9 governorship election in Osun State is a tougher test for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) than Ekiti State. Allow me to explain. Ekiti, for all you care, has always been a “swing state” – to borrow the American term used for states that are not “safe” for any party.

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Saturday, Aug 02
Friday, Aug 01

Why Boko Haram will rot in hell

“Whosoever from among the Muslims or the Jews or the Christians or the Sabaeans believes in Allah (God) and the Last Day, and performs good deeds, he will have his reward with his Lord and he will have no cause for fear and grief.” Q 2: 62. But whoever slays a soul, unless it be for murder or for mischief in the land, it is as though he slew entire mankind; and whoever keeps it alive, it is as though he kept entire mankind alive; (Quran 5:32).

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That presidential kolanut gift to chibok girls parents

When it happened, it was like a rumbling below the ground surface, a kind of earthly tremor which causes movement of molten lava, however, what truly occurred was only an emission of poisonous gases, which unlike the usual earthquake activity, not much physical infrastructural destruction was caused, rather, the harmful reactive agents escaped into the lungs of the proximate human population abound and slowly destroys the heart and soul of the general mass of inhabitants.

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Wednesday, Jul 30

Press freedom and security

Dele Giwa. Bagauda Kaltho. Enenche Akogwu. Zakariya Isa. Ikechukwu Udendu. Nansok Sallah. Bayo Ohu. These are the names of just a few of the brave Nigerian journalists who have lost their lives as a direct result of their line of work.

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