Blockade of food supply to South: Counting the gains, losses

Nigeria is a country where practitioners in virtually every profession, trade, vocation, etc. has a union. We find a lot of them in all sectors of the economy. That is why we hear about unions like the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), which has become notorious for embarking on strikes that keep university undergraduates […]

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Ekiti 2022: Oni’s guber ambition and search for peace in PDP

By Ayodele Afolabi Ekiti is on the march again as politicians are preparing for the 2022 governorship poll. Although aspirants are still keeping their aspirations to their chests, especially in the ruling All Progressives Party (APC), the former governor Segun Oni, has expressed his resolve to take another shot at the Oke Ayoba Government House. He […]

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Ekiti PDP: Who will reconcile Fayose, Olujimi?

As the newly constituted seven-man caretaker committee of Peoples Democratic Party assumes duty in Ekiti State, Associate Editor, Sam Egburonu, reports that concerned stakeholders are looking for ways of reconciling the leaders of the two warring factions loyal to former Governor Ayo Fayose and Senator Biodun Olujimi respectively. As the seven-man caretaker committee, constituted during […]

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Supreme Court’s verdict on Atiku vs Buhari, replays Nigeria’s past

NBy Josiah Oluwole All contentions attending the 2019 presidential election was officially brought to an end on Wednesday following the dismissal by the Supreme Court of the appeal by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, further stretching the strain of losses by the opposition parties and their candidates at the apex […]

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