Sikiru Ayinde Barrister: Prophet without honour (3)

By Tunde Odesola   Birth, breath and death; three seeds cohabiting in the same pod. Birth-breath-death: Sikiru Ayinde Balogun’s earthly journey in a winged chariot driven by fate, fuelled by freewill. Fatefully, Ayinde was born by a butcher father and a pepper-seller mother. Utterly, he had no say over the spermatic fluid that shot him […]

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Alfa Saadu: Nigerian doctor who died of coronavirus after leaving retirement to save lives

Coronavirus remains untamed and uncurbed while rendering no good to humanity – it continues to kill the young, old, rich, poor and many ‘living legends(s)’ across different nations of the world. With no cure discovered yet, the disease, declared as a global pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO), is unrelenting in its spread across […]

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Just like a dream: Emmanuel Olugbenga Olaofe

By Simeon Olagoke Binuyo The fact still remains that our beloved Gbenga Olaofe will continue to live in our hearts. Indeed we have lost a gem, very unassuming, very intelligent, glamorous, sociable, kind, generous and humble. Inspite of his record breaking feats and achievements, the enviable heights to which providence and God had taken him, […]

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