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Few Things Igbos Ought To Forget Or Oppose Each Time They’re Raised

Few Things Igbos Ought To Forget Or Oppose Each Time They’re Raised

An opinion piece from by a US-based Igbo technocrat Benjamin Aduba about Igbos setting their prorities right in year 2020.

Religion As A Tool Of Deception

Religion As A Tool Of Deception

Columnist Gregory Azemobor sheds light on the use of religion as a tool for deception of mankind.

Why Manchester United Will Not Sack ‘Average’ Solskjær Just Yet

Why Manchester United Will Not Sack ‘Average’ Solskjær Just Yet

Manchester United’s 2-2 draw with Aston Villa on Sunday at Old Trafford means they have won just 18 points in the English Premier (EPL) League this season; their fewest after 14 games of a top-flight campaign since 1988-89 (18), when they went on to finish 11th in the table.

Will N-Power Scheme End Up Like SURE-P?

Will N-Power Scheme End Up Like SURE-P?

With the recent incertitudes the Muhammadu Buhari government's N-Power initiative is engulfed in, beneficiaries seem not to have 100% faith in the scheme anymore, this author observed.

Nigerian Elections: A Democratic Deficit

Nigerian Elections: A Democratic Deficit

Political and public affairs analyst Omoshola Deji x-rays the just-concluded Kogi and Bayelsa elections in this thought-provoking opinion piece.

Xenophobia: Is Nigeria Not Guilty Of The Worst Forms Of Xenophobia?

Xenophobia: Is Nigeria Not Guilty Of The Worst Forms Of Xenophobia?

Although Nigerians unanimously condemned xenophobic attacks against its citizens in South Africa, worst forms of xenophobic attacks are launched by Nigerians against fellow country men, writes in Public affairs commentator Reuben Rine.

Why Manchester United Will Not Sack ‘Unremarkable’ Solskjær Just Yet

Why Manchester United Will Not Sack ‘Unremarkable’ Solskjær Just Yet

Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Arsenal on Monday night at Old Trafford condemned the twenty-time English Premier League (EPL) champions to their worst start to a season for 30 years.

Why Nigeria Remains Dependent 59 Years After Independence

Why Nigeria Remains Dependent 59 Years After Independence

It is 59 years since Nigeria gained its independence from Britain, but the country is still depending upon Albion, Usania, and other advanced countries.

Ekweremadu’s Assault And The Dynamics Of Revolution

Ekweremadu’s Assault And The Dynamics Of Revolution

An opinion piece by columnist Omoshola Deji.

An Account Of Corruption And Anomalies In The Nigerian Immigration Service

An Account Of Corruption And Anomalies In The Nigerian Immigration Service

An opinion piece by columnist Omoshola Deji.

The Politics Of Ministerial Appointment And Senate’s Screening

The Politics Of Ministerial Appointment And Senate’s Screening

An opinion piece on President Muhammadu Buhari's moinisterail noination in his second tebure.

Why ‘Greatest Ever’ Messi Won’t Win Anything With Argentina

Why ‘Greatest Ever’ Messi Won’t Win Anything With Argentina

Lionel Messi faltered once again with Argentina as La Albiceleste fell to a two-nil defeat to arch-rivals Brazil in the Copa America semi-final on Wednesday, meaning the 'Greatest Ever' has now played in nine international tournaments without winning a single title. 'Leo' might just not be destined for it

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