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Youths are tired of joblessness, stigmatization, Mike Ozekhome

The youths knew they were already on the ground, and that he who is already on the ground fears no further falling. They knew they would go below ground zero, far far below India, as the poverty capital of the world, except they acted.

Edo Election: Tale of political gladiators subdued by their own handy made products—Nigeria politics as a case study

Hubris is bad for politics yet many political actors get consumed by it. What was the boastful “leader of all democrats” broadcast for?.

Streaming anywhere: Taking your favorite content with you anywhere in the world

On the one hand, a VPN provides the traveler with an extra layer of security when they are abroad. Their internet data cannot be read and snooped upon by hackers or other players with malicious intent. This is especially important when using a public Wi-Fi network which, for the lack of encryption, makes it highly possible for data theft to occur.

Between Mushin and Ngige’s Victoria Island

By Lasisi Olagunju Now, if the seller does not sell, what shall the buyer buy? Fear of death and...

Magu, a liability to the image of Nigeria and Federal Government’s Anti-Corruption war – COPA

It is imperative for the public to recall that acting on an indicting report from the Department of Secret Service (DSS) on corrupt practices against Mr. Ibrahim Magu, the 8th National Assembly had refused to confirm his nomination as substantive Chairman of the EFCC, and most public opinion at the time from objective quatres called for the replacement of Mr. Magu as EFCC Chairman, a legislative and public outcry that was curiously ignored by Mr. President, and which is most regrettable today as Mr. Magu’s leadership has continued to be dogged and blighted by allegations of corruption.

Oshiomhole and the North

By Lasisi Olagunju I seek to draw lessons from the fate of northern Nigeria and that of Adams Oshiomhole...

MONDAY LINES: Kneeling for George Floyd

By Lasisi Olagunju You've heard of little sparks igniting big flames. It has taken just twenty American dollars to...

Op-ed: Global Medical War, Nationalism and Covid-19

By Olawale Rasheed The world system is unravelling as nations vigorously pursued national interest in defiance of multilateral institutions...

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