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Alhaji Babatunde Jose

31 Dec 2020
Upon hearing the demise of Gbolabo Ogunsanwo recently, one of our friends and contemporaries described him as “one of the finest of our generation.” He could not have been more apt.
3 Jan 2020
The Muslim faithful have been urged to showcase righteous characters and prepare for the eternal transition.
9 Aug 2019
As I was saying… The Chairman/ Managing Director of the Daily Times, Alhaji Babatunde Jose was an apostle of a free-market economy. Flowing from this principle was the conviction that a newspaper is a business...
5 Oct 2017
“As the clock struck mid-night, they took their positions on the dais and watched the lowering of the Union Jack (British Flag) and the hoisting...

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