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5 hours ago
When we revolt it’s not for a particular culture. We revolt simply because, for many reasons, we can no longer breathe’. ― Frantz Fanon The classic of Franz Fanon from which the dominant element in the title of this piece, ‘The Wretched of the Earth’ is taken is quite instructive. It is a 1961 book originally…
5 hours ago
I read the article entitled; Women deserve access to Information on Contraception (Charles Akpeji, The Guardian Newspaper of September 28, 2021) with a keen interest.
5 hours ago
Dressed in the tradition of local hunters, we set out on our journey to Iju-Odo, the famous town by the famous river where fishes of incredible descriptions enjoy the largesse of the Almighty.
2 days ago
Sometime in 1996, my good friend, the late Abidina Coomassie, published a book, Political Opportunism, in which he primarily excoriated the political enemies of the late Head of State
2 days ago
The very serious trust deficit between the leadership and the people they lead today, the widespread perception of injustice and inequity in the distribution of opportunities
2 days ago
Let me allow you to enter my column today by way of revising a remark I made last Friday with reference to Daniel Okwudili. Daniel Okwudili was not a product of Amukpe Football Club of Sapele.
2 days ago
Mr Louis Olatunji Marquis, better known to his millions of listeners on the now-defunct Western Nigeria Broadcasting Service (WNBS, Ibadan), and his chums as “Tunji Omo Marquè”
2 days ago
Today breeders, whether individual enthusiasts, farmers, research institutions or multinational corporations, work to develop new plant varieties.
3 days ago
My Dear Obaseki, I am pleased to write you this open letter once again due to some disquieting developments in our beloved state of Edo.
3 days ago
General Yakubu Gowon, who marked his 87th birthday this Tuesday, October 19, is the first Nigerian ruler to grow old.
3 days ago
Communication is defined as the mutual exchange of information and understanding between two or more parties by any means possible.
3 days ago
The Nobel Prize in Literature is Alfred Nobel’s dynamite gift of controversy that can blow up the world. British playwright and the 1926 Nobel Prize winner, George Bernard Shaw...
3 days ago
Zanzibar suddenly bounced to the headlines again with Abdulrazak Gurnah’s 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature. So soon, I would say, after Tanzania's first female president, also from Zanzibar, emerged.

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Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said Sunday that an explosion in the capital Kampala that killed one person and injured five was "a terrorist act" and vowed to hunt down those responsible.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday told his foreign minister to expel the ambassadors of 10 countries, including Germany and the United States...
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The Federal Government and some Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) have decried increasing cases of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) against women and girls in spite of the domestication of extant laws in the country. They also expressed concern over harmful traditional practices against women and girls when there are laws against such practices. These stakeholders…
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The Nigeria National Polio Plus Committee (NNPPC) has advised Nigerian parents to continue to get their children immunised against polio despite the fact that the country was certified polio-free by the WHO in 2020.