At Half Time; Its Monkey Business Ahead 2019

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Prince Charles Dickson

 

Laifi’n babba, rowa, laiii’n yaro, kiwuya. (The boy complains that his master is stingy, the master that his boy is lazy).

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Can, Will or Has Mr. Buhari Delivered?

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Prince Charles Dickson

A little over two years ago, Nigerians went to the polls…it was a tension filled and anxiety soaked moment for the nation. A year in which the “seers” had even seen the foreclosure of the state.

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Two stories: The Thomases and watchmen around Mr. Buhari

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Prince Charles Dickson

I want to this week talk about the men and women that are supposed to be helping Buhari. Many people say that followers are often a reflection of their leaders, however in Nigeria that is one axiom that isn’t exactly so. We have suffered both the leadership and followership plague, in many circumstances both sides of the ladder has suffered a quality deficiency.

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The lies of Lai, Nigerian stories and one pound

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Prince Charles Dickson

So I decided to read a Lai related news item, and that was when my admonition for this week took shape…

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This is why Nigerians suffer…

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Prince Charles Dickson

The greatest lesson in life is to know that sometimes even fools are right—Winston Churchill.

So, that the country is in recession is not the news, has never been the news, despite all the debates, arguments, mutual consent and accusations…who is at fault and who is not at fault…

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Admitting Guilt: Who ‘do’ us this kind thing?

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Prince Charles Dickson

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new” –Socrates.

One of the greatest preachers who ever lived, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, called the ‘prince of preachers’, loved to tell this story: It seems there was a Duke who once boarded a galley ship and went below to talk to the convicts manning the oars.

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