Liberia: The Rise Of George Weah By Reuben Abati

George Weah’s emergence as Liberia’s President-elect after the December 26 run-off election generated considerable interest among Nigerians for a number of reasons. Number one is George Weah’s popularity. The first

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Mediocre Comments And Aregbesola’s Commitment

By abiodun KOMOLAFE American minister and author, Norman Vincent Peale famously stated that the magic in enthusiasm “spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment.” Peale’s statement above brings to mind the

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Olusegun Obasanjo, Ph.D By Reuben Abati

Perhaps in the long run, the most remarkable legacy of the Nigerian leader known as Olusegun Obasanjo would be his personal example, in terms of the manner in which he

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Buhari’s Blockbuster North-South Gas Highway, By Garba Shehu

After making a slow start, the Nigerian energy landscape is set for a major change with the award of a USD 2,809,522,548.36 gas pipeline contract approved by the Federal Executive

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Buhari At 75: Why God Kept Him Alive

By FEMI ADESINA Let me begin by telling a story. On June 1, 2015, the day I resumed work as adviser on media to President Muhammadu Buhari, he had admonished

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2019: Between Bolaji Abdullahi And Kola Ologbondiyan – Who’s Better?

By Friday Olokor As a journalist, and indeed a professional journalist, I believe that the battle for the political soul of 2019 general elections have just commenced. Although the defection

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Appraising Aregbesola’s Performance!

By abiodun KOMOLAFE   In less than a year from today, Rauf Aregbesola’s tenure as governor of the State of Osun will come to a close. A time like this therefore presents an opportunity to review his performance in

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Beyond Leadership & Operationalisation Of Subsidiarity In Nigeria

By Rev. Fr. Evaristus Bassey Nigeria’s major problem is leadership, poor leadership of course. Leadership in this sense is not just the assumption of a commanding height of authority but

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A Frolic On The Red Sea By FEMI ADESINA

It was a gust of chilly wind that said Akwaaba (welcome, in Ghanaian language) to me in the Jordanian city of Aqaba, that night of December 1, 2017. We had

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Delta In Historic First With 2018 Budget Approval

By Chukwumeke Okwuagwu IN a society where the delay in the passage of appropriation bill has become a norm for government at all levels, Delta State has reshaped the narrative

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