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The main challenge of a satirist is that he’s either constantly being misunderstood or unwittingly misleads his audience when he makes too much fun of a serious matter.

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A few years ago, a document written in Nsibidi (dated 2000 BC), containing the first page of the words of the iconic writer, Chinua Achebe, of his book, “Things Fall Apart”, surfaced on the internet. It was the first time a large portion of Nigerians were exposed to one of the most popular ancient forms…
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Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, yesterday, foreclosed any chance of returning to partisan politics, insisting that no amount of persuasion would make him rescind his decision, which is final.
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Jedidiah International Limited has instituted a legal action against Danu Investment Ltd., the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister, Mohammed Bello, and the Federal Capital Territory Administration ...
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Growing up in Sapele, a commercial city in the then Mid-western Region, later Bendel State and now Delta State, Eguavoen would rather focus his attention on other sports than go near a football pitch.
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It is popularly believed that no one can better tell the story of a society than an artist. He/she captures the society like a prophet will do and present its future as if he were sketching.