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#ENDSARS: Protest in a digital era

The federal government, especially its ministry of communication and digital economy can look out for some of these youths to help drive its agenda of making Nigeria a technology-driven economy.

Social media age: reminiscing on the years of locust

The serpent has not cunningly crept in to intrude our senses and time alone, it has eaten up our reasoning too, much to have reawaken ourselves to practical reality.

El-Rufai goes to law school

By Lasisi Olagunju I have this Igbo friend whom I call Omo Oduduwa. He speaks Yoruba language with a...

Obasanjo’s (d)art of condolence

By Lasisi Olagunju Ben Guriano of The Washington Post described them in 2018 as 'taboo enforcers.' These are trolls...

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...

Ajimobi and Abuja’s one-way tickets

By Lasisi Olagunju It will remain true forever that on the day of death, there is no medicine. Bolaji...

Oshiomhole and the North

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

Germ theory of disease: re-evaluating how we treat chronic diseases after Covid-19

By Mukaila Kareem Last Sunday, I got a WhatsApp message from my cousin encouraging me to send a short...

Explainer: Pyongyang calling – What we know about the hotlines to North Korea— Reuters

By Josh Smith North Korea has said it is cutting communication hotlines with South Korea, a tactic the isolated...

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...

Buhari’s fifth May 29

By Lasisi Olagunju Muhammadu Buhari's first coming was from December 31, 1983 to August 27, 1985. It was a...

Fasting is not a fad, it never was

By Mukaila Kareem We hardly skip a meal but often procrastinate about engaging in physical exercise and may...

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