I’ve no COVID-19 symptom, says Osoba
Former governor of Ogun State, Segun Osoba, has denied having symptoms of the deadly Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), despite that he recently returned from the United Kingdom (UK).
National Assembly is vital to constitution review, says Osoba
Chief Segun Osoba, a former governor of Ogun State and founding member of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), spoke with SEYE OLUMIDE and YETUNDE AYOBAMI OJO about the ongoing efforts to review the 1999 Constitution
Osinbajo: The fight-back begins!
The ongoing controversy surrounding the office of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo over an alleged strained relationship between him and his principal, President Muhammadu Buhari, took a new dimension yesterday
Osoba, Okurounmu feud not in Southwest’s interest as 2023 approaches
For keen followers of politics and its development, the recent verbal attacks between a former governor of Ogun State, Chief Segun Osoba, and erstwhile lawmaker, who represented Ogun Central in the fourth National Assembly, Senator Femi Okurounmu,.....
Two Journalism giants
Two journalism giants have been receiving pats on their backs for the past few weeks for what they have done for the thankless profession of journalism.
Segun Osoba: No longer waiting for Godot
A man will turn over half a library to make one book-Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) English critic and lexicographer. Waiting for Aremo Segun Osoba’s book, Battlelines: My adventures in Journalism and Politics has been akin to the experience of the two characters expecting the arrival of someone called Godot who never arrives.
How intolerant Yoruba leaders broke up Afenifere, by Segun Osoba
I feel elated that the Almighty God kept my life till now because I had major medical challenges few years ago that could have ended my life.
Babangida greets Osoba at 80, describes as detribalised Nigerian
Erstwhile military President Ibrahim Babangida yesterday described one-time Governor Segun Osoba of Ogun State as a detrabilised Nigerians...
‘Some of us did not agree with Abiola’s declaration at Epetedo’
The significance of June 12 is that the elections held on that day in 1993 created the current democratic dispensation that we now enjoy. It is the sacrifice made by Abiola who refused to compromise or surrender the mandate given to him by Nigerians.