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Hardship, Yepa Economy And Need For Bolekaja Tactics

I read one very brilliant piece this morning in which the author labelled Cardoso and Edun as Ikoyi economists fighting in a fadeyi economy. In the stupendously excellent piece, he talked about the failure of what he termed theoretical policies addressing the real and very tortuous economic situation we find …

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ONDO 2024: Where is Akure, By Femi Odere

Mr. Femi Odere A friend who owns and runs a relaxation business called me one beautiful evening to come over and meet some people from my state of origin. As someone who knows the importance of networking and making new friends, especially for someone like me who had just relocated …

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An Open Letter To President Tinubu And His Boys

By Igbotako Nowinta “Let them eat cake” Marie Antoinette, the last queen of France before the French Revolution, was guillotined in 1793 (Upon being told that the peasants had no bread) “THE palliatives being dished out to the people are inconsequential; it is like a drop in the bucket of …

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Oronsaye Report: What’s The Fuss About?

By Arabinrin Aderonke Ogunleye-Bello AS I reflect on the recent directive by President Bola Tinubu to fully implement the Oronsaye report, a sense of hope and optimism fills my thoughts. Amid the myriad opinions and messages circulating in the media, this move feels like a step in the right direction for …

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NLC Playing Politics With The Masses

THE game the Nigerian Labour Congress is playing with the Masses regarding strike actions is too dangerous and calamitous for the country. Calling people out, working up their emotions and hyping their game-plan does not portray the Labour and Trade Organizations as serious or reliable or even trustworthy. What’s the …

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Time To Question Buhari, By Lasisi Olagunju

PREPARATORY to his exit from power last year, President Muhammadu Buhari warned all of us to let him be after office: “Nobody should ask me to come and give any evidence in any court; otherwise whoever it is, he will be in trouble because all important things are on record.” …

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