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Those Who Enforced Sanwo-Olu’s Curfew!

Those Who Enforced Sanwo-Olu’s Curfew!

It was the second day of the 24-hour curfew imposed by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos state. I was returning from the office, confident that as a staff of a media house I am covered by the exception by the governor that essential services workers , like media and health staff, be allowed to move

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How LASUSOC Cultivated National Leadership for LASU

On Tuesday September 1, 2020, two days before the announcement of LASU as the nation’s second foremost university according to Times Higher Education Tertiary Education Ranking, the tone was set for another trans-generational landmark at the Lagos State University School of Communication, LASUSOC. That day, without any tone of compulsion, nearly all of us as

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Dr. Indimi’s Quiet 73 Birthday

from Liman Sandabe There are very few influential and rich businessman like Alhaji Dr. Muhammadu Indimi who will decide to mark his birthday as quietly as he did recently. The day was observed with prayers and reflections as well as thanks to Almighty Allah. Despite his prominent position in the society the elderly business icon’s

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Mallam El-Rufai: The Flogging of a Dead Horse

For the better part of this and the previous week, Nigeria’s social media space has been agog with arguments for and against the invitation of Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai to speak at the 60thAnnual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association(NBA). Following the protestations against Mallam El-Rufai’s invitation, the NBA National Executive Committee

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Magu: The Ephemerality of Power – Mike Ozekhome, SAN

Mr. Ibrahim Magu has been acting as EFCC Chairman for over five years. The Senate, on two occasions, refused to confirm him based on clear report on damning allegations of corruption levelled against him by Government secret agency, the DSS. Magu’s compromised supporters and cheap publicists eating from his table, and those afraid of public

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You Can’t Continue to Keep Security Chiefs no matter How Good – Idada Ikponmwen, former army provost-marshal tells Buhari

I am inclined to think, and indeed to feel that the security system has broken down. In this down-to-earth interview with Adekunbi Ero, executive editor, Don Idada-Ikponmwen, retired Brigadier-General and former provost-marshal in the Nigerian Army laments how “the security situation in the country has broken down” and expresses “grave disappointment” in President Muhammadu Buhari

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