September 29, 2020
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Now that Osinbajo survived his obituarists

N The past two weeks were most humiliating for Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. He was systematically denuded of the power due to his office, and reduced to “VP Academics” in the eyes of the public.…

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Now that Osinbajo survived his obituarists

N The past two weeks were most humiliating for Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. He was systematically denuded of the power due to his office, and reduced to “VP Academics” in the eyes of the public.…

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Of GEJ, insults, and weak presidents

Over the weekend, supporters of former president Goodluck Jonathan, came up with a funny idea while mocking the travails of SaharaReporters publisher, Omoyele Sowore, who is presently in the DSS’s gulag for, among other attributed…

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The Battle Buhari’s the Administration is Winning

A chain of events in the past one week gave me pause about this unpopular government and an agenda they are executing at our expense. It happened that the founder of BudgIT, Seun Onigbinde, had…

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Pastor Adeboye’s God owes us more

In July, a group of musicians/artistes took their peaceful protest to the Redemption Camp where they challenged the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, to speak up on raging…

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The revolution did not fail

On Monday, security agents not only crippled the protests against government ineptitude by deploying all the armed forces to the venue, but they also declared such repressive behavior a democratic victory. The irony of that…

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What Lai Mohammed should have told his grandson

Years ago, I read about a man who worked as a night soil man. When he found that his son was ashamed of his lowly occupation, he had to explain to the kid that there…

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My adventure in COZA

On Sunday in Abuja, I attended the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly church and ended up with some sensation. My quest was a purely academic one. I study Pentecostalism and Pentecostal culture, and I traverse different…

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El-Rufai’s “two-country” lie

On Saturday, Kaduna State governor, Nasir el-Rufai, spoke at the Northern Youth Summit organized to deliberate on developing northern Nigeria. He painted a picture of Nigeria’s defective growth and development. El-Rufai said two countries presently…

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What does Mrs. Fatoyinbo know?

After the news broke that Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly has “stepped aside” in the wake of rape accusations against him, people called for thorough investigations of the allegations to ascertain the…

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