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THE DSS STING OPERATION AGAINST SOME JUDGES AND THE REAL COLOR OF THE TRUTH

A lot of people have approached this issue like we always approach everything: it’s either Arsenal or Chelsea, APC or PDP, Black or White, Yes or No, Right or Left… but as Aristotle will say, “Virtue resides in the centre, all others at the extremes are vices.” We need to stop and realize that most […]

FUEL SUBSIDY REMOVAL; WHERE LIES THE BIGGEST BENEFIT

By now we should all be very conversant with the figures being bandied around from both the protagonists and antagonists of the subsidy removal, we have been inundated with economic arguments and saturated with socio-economic postulations and realities of the subsidy removal from both sides of the divide; so I don’t want to add to […]

MINISTER OF PETROLEUM: TELL PRESIDENT BUHARI HE IS WRONG By @firstbabaisa

When I wrote my last piece on this topic I didn’t really know that the President declared himself the Minister of Petroleum Resources, though in that write up I pointed out why the president will be wrong if he appoints himself a Minister. This write up became necessary when I got incontrovertible evidence that the […]

GOVERNOR AYADE’S TWO MONTHS ABSENCE AND MATTERS ARISING

The governor of Cross River State, Senator Professor Benedict Ayade came back to Calabar a few days ago after about two months out of the country and out of the State. I thought everyone will be happy to see the Governor and just let things be. Or if anything at all, we should be asking […]

ON AYADE: REV FR EVARISTUS BASSEY IS SURE THAT A GHOST IS FROM CROSS RIVER STATE?

Over a month ago Fr Evaristus Bassey wrote an article lashing Ayade for refusing to pay him and his friend monies Liyel Imoke pledged during his friend’s book launch. He raised other sundry issues bothering on Ayade’s leadership style. I felt (and I still feel) that Fr’s approach was wrong. I wrote a rejoinder to […]

BEN MURRAY BRUCE BOOK LAUNCH AND WHY WE SHOULD ALL BE ASHAMED OF THAT UNILAG STUDENT

As a Nigerian youth I read with repulsion and utter shame an article written by one Abidemi Adesokan, one of the 54 Unilag students invited to the book launch and 60th birthday celebration of Senator Ben Murray Bruce. The repulsion I felt (still feeling) when I read his article is enormous. Let me rein that […]