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NIGERIA AND THE GOONEY BIRD OF DIVERSITY, BY AARE PRINCE OSIBOTE

The question to ask is: Is exit from the union the only solution to the current situation? In the case of Nigeria, diversity has failed to bring about the emergence of a modern nation-state, rather it is an albatross. Nigeria is a good case study of the impossibility of the …

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FLIPTV JOURNALIST, MICHAEL ADEKUNLE, TAKES BIRTHDAY TO THE STREET, THANKS VIEWERS, FANS

Famous Nigerian online television Reporter, Michael Adekunle has vowed to keep news coverage genuine. Adekunle said this on Flip television and web-based media handles while offering thanks to Friends, family, fans, Reviewers, and watchers from varying backgrounds who showed him love on his birthday. An unprejudiced Reporter Known home and …

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BREAKING NEWS: SUNDAY IGBOHO TO GET APPOINTMENT FROM SOUTHWEST GOVERNORS

Governors of the South-West district are thinking about making lobbyist Sunday Adeyemo, also called Sunday Igboho the general head of the Amotekun Security Outfit. It is, in any case, perceived that the matter is as yet forthcoming before the lead representatives as not every one of them has consented to …

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GOV. FAYEMI WITNESS RICE ANCHOR BORROWER PROGRAM FIFTH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Governor of Ekiti State and NGF Chairman, Dr. Kayode Fayemi went to the fifth Year Anniversary of the Rice Anchor Borrower Program, National Rice Festival, and the Flag Off of 2020/2021 dry season cultivating coordinated by the Kebbi State Government. The Anchor Borrower Program is one of the five farming …

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FAYEMI RECIEVES NEWLY ELECTED NUT EXECUTIVES IN EKITI STATE

Governor Kayode Fayemi got the new Executive Council of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) Ekiti State Chapter today Tuesday 2nd of March 2021, at the Governor’s Office, Ado-Ekiti on Monday. Conversations were fixated on the recently redesigned schools and improved instructors’ government assistance. The Governor asked the instructors’ association …

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FAYOSE DEMANDS RELEASE OF GANDUJE’S AIDE ARRESTED FOR ASKING BUHARI TO RESIGN

Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has required the prompt arrival of the fired Special Adviser on Media to Governor Umar Ganduje of Kano State, Tanko Salihu Yakasai, portraying his capture as “another tragic analysis on how low this APC legislature of President Muhammadu Buhari has gone.”  Fayose, who …

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#OCCUPYLEKKITOLLGATE: NIGERIAN AUTHORITIES MUST FREE #ENDSARS PROTESTERS NOW, SAYS SERAP

Financial Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), Saturday, approached the Federal government drove by President Muhammadu Buhari, to deliver #EndSARS nonconformists. The correct gathering similarly required the arrival of a well-known entertainer, Macaroni. Uncovering this by means of its Twitter handle, SERAP depicted the capture as ‘unlawfully’, requesting the arrival of …

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BREAKING: LAGOS CP ORDERS RELEASE OF #ENDSARS PROTESTERS

The Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Hakeem Odumosu has requested the prompt arrival of #EndSARS nonconformists. Review the dissenters close by Instagram joke artist, Mr. Macaroni was captured at the Lekki cost entryway on Saturday morning. The suspects were confined at Area J police order, Elemoro, Ibeju Lekki. As …

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#OCCUPYLEKKI: OZEKHOME REACTS, CALLS FOR RELEASE OF DEBO MAKARONI, OTHER #PROTESTERS

“The capture, removing in a Black Maria, and confinement of Debo Macaroni and other quiet nonconformists at the Lekki tollbooth on Saturday is obviously illicit and absolutely illegal”, Mike Ozekhome, SAN said. Sacred Lawyer, Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, who made this known on Saturday said, “At any rate, the Nigerian …

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HERDERS DIDN’T ASSAULT PROF SOYINKA

The moving story that herders went to assault Prof. Wole Soyinka in his home in Abeokuta isn’t correct. Herders didn’t break into his home. There were no assaults and no endeavors to assault the Nobel Laureate. What happened was that herders drove their steers to brush in Prof. Soyinka’s unfenced …

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