Friday , June 21 2024



By Dr. John Adanike There is no gainsaying the fact that loyalty is crucial tothe development of relationship between two individuals, or individuals and parties, institutions, or any human organization.Whether one employs the idea to achieve either positive or negative results, one thing is certain, there are gainers and losers. …

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Ignore detractors, Nigeria needs a rule of law crusader as President

  By Folorunsho Akanbi As Nigerians begin their desperate search for a credible candidate that will pilot the affairs of the nation after President Muhammadu Buhari’s tenure ends next year, the call for Professor Yemisi Osinbajo as a candidate that will uphold justice without barriers, the rule of law and constitutionalism has again gained momentum despite …

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2023: Hope as Osinbajo finally declares….

By Folorunsho Akanbi The die is cast and the coast appears clearer with Professor Yemi Osinbajo’s final declaration to join the presidential race in 2023. His declaration came after several months of speculations and agitations by different groups, stakeholders, and statesmen who canvassed for his involvement in the forthcoming presidential …

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OPINION: The President Nigeria needs in 2023

The time is ripe again; it’s election season in Nigeria. The contenders and pretenders are gunning for different elective positions. Those with genuine interest in moving the nation forward are leaving no stone unturned to actualize their dream, the same way those that are bent on just contesting for the …

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Facebook accused of shutting down its platform to draw away attention from whistleblower’s claim

Facebook has been accused of being behind the worldwide outage on its platform which lasted for more than 6 hours.  Recall that the global outage which began around 4:30pm, left Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp not working for hours. “Damage control ahead of Frances Hauge’s whistleblower testimony before Congress tomorrow?” one Twitter user wrote. Another said: “Interesting …

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