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IYIOLA OMISORE; A SCHOLASTIC TITAN

Opinion: Few are scholastic titans in Nigeria’s political galaxy, and Prince Iyiola Omisore is without tergiversation one of them, though his monumental political reverence appears to have cast a long shadow on his scholastic resplendence. And it is rightly so because upon Nigeria’s political landscape, Senator Iyiola Omisore has proven …

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Attack On Asiwaju Is FAKE News – Aregbesola’s Media Aide

LAGOS – Alleged attack by the Minister of Interior and Former Governor of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, on the Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in the February 2023 General Elections, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has been described as fake news and a creation of the imagination of …

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WHY 2022 EDITION OF DECEMBERISSAVYBE BY FIRSTBANK WASN’T JUST ABOUT EXCITEMENT, BUT MEMORIES

Opinion: By Farouk Mohammed The 2022 edition of “#DecemberIssaVybe” by FirstBank, Nigeria’s premier financial institution, has stood the test of time as it yet again created exciting opportunities for individuals and families to come together to celebrate the end of the year. The listed events promoted by the Bank birthed …

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BOXING DAY, GIFTS, INTEGRITY AND TEMPTATIONS

By Snr. Chief ‘Lekan Alabi IBADAN – As it’s the universal practice, today, Monday, December 26, 2022,is another Boxing Day, the day after Christmas, when boxes delivered by Santa Claus (Father Christmas) are opened to remove the gifts contained therein. May we celebrate many blessed seasons in good health, protection, …

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IGP USMAN ALKALI BABA, A CENTRE OF UNITY FOR MULTI-AGENCY COLLABORATIONS IN NIGERIA

Opinion By CSP Muyiwa Adejobi “It is the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) that those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively, have prevailed.” – Charles Darwin. Healthy interaction, collaboration or cooperation of two or more bodies, organizations, substances, or other agencies produces a combined effect …

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Court Judgement: ADC’s Resolve Is Greater Than Ever Before

Opinion: By Ranti Adesegun That a Federal High Court in Abeokuta has asked the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to delist the names of all African Democratic Congress (ADC) candidates from the register of those contesting the 2023 elections in the state is no longer news. The real news is …

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ADC Slogan: From Arise and Shine to Arise and Win

Opinion: By ‘Wole Elegbede Original slogan of the African Democraic Congress (ADC) is “Arise and Shine”. But the slogan has  now been changed to ” *Arise* *and* *Win* ” for the purpose of gingering the teeming supporters of the party and the general populace towards a successful 2023 election campaign. …

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MOGAJI IBADAN, BII OBA IBOMIRAN NI

By Snr. Chief ‘Lekan Alabi IBADAN – The popular saying – “Mogaji Ibadan bii Oba ibomiran ni”, connotes the fact that Ibadan Mogajis surpass some other towns kings. This fact is buttressed by the large population of men/women, economic resources, such as lands (in the city and less city) presided …

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NIGERIA: GOING ROUND IN CIRCLES

Opinion: By Senior Chief ‘Lekan Alabi IBADAN – Nigeria, as a ‘country’ of different nationalities, came into being on January 1,1914, with the British-sponsored Amalgamation. I paraphrase the opinions of some of Nigerian leaders on the Amalgamation. (1) Sir Ahmadu Bello, the late Premier of the now-defunct Northern Nigeria – …

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NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES’ TRADE UNIONISM: REALITY OF MODERN TIME: (THINKING OUT OF BOX)

Opinion By Tunde Akinlade Trade Union activities in the private sector are far widely different from the public sector, no doubt. In the private sector, unions function through the provisions of labour laws, trade dispute laws and other extant labour related enactments, rules and regulations. Whereas in the public sector, …

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