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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Fela: The departed voice of consciousness who died in the siege of controversy

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti, popularly known as Fela Kuti, in his lifetime poked his fingers into the eyes of military personnel and politicians decrying the exploits and carnage orchestrated within the walls of our territory.

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Nigeria: A dark riddle within the shadow of dreams

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

He was awoken by a strange phone call from his colleague over the assassination of Chief Owoseni Adigun in the odd hours of night at his residence in Lagos, a metropolitan state across the Western Region of Nigeria. Unstable and distorted were the reactions that emerged after receiving the information that prompted him to leave his house to the scene of murder.

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Nigeria is like this and like that…

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Prince Charles Dickson

Do you remember that gist on the bush meat and the hunter? It was Frank Zappa that said there is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life. This cannot be more true than in Nigeria where there are far more stupid persons than the entire population of some African nations. With profound apologies we continually demonstrate our stupidity in large doses.

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

Clara Sanchiz

 

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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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