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Posts From Azu Ishiekwene

Edo grudge match reaches final

    Edo grudge match reaches final

It couldn’t get worse. Like many family feuds, offence festered as quickly as affection grew. In this case, though, there was some hope that the feuding parties had too much

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Dino Melaye is not a fool

    Dino Melaye is not a fool

I’m not sure what his daytime job is, but if there was ever a politician permanently parked on social media that politician is Dino Daniel Melaye. He was in the

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Jollof Rice, Akufo-Addo and other things we don’t like about Ghana

    Jollof Rice, Akufo-Addo and other things we don’t like about Ghana

Three years ago, it was a war spiced with condiments and paste over a dish of grain. Nigeria’s Information Minister Lai Mohammed was answering a question by CNN’s Richard Quest

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What is Mali telling Africa?

    What is Mali telling Africa?

The headlines, especially in the Western press, suggest that Africa is back again in the news for the wrong reasons.  Misery has really never been too far away, but in

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Bayelsa governor’s one leg

  Bayelsa governor’s one leg

Nine months after the curtains were drawn on the Bayelsa governorship polls, the electorate still can’t be too sure who

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Kashamu: Backstory of Obasanjo’s letter to the dead

  Kashamu: Backstory of Obasanjo’s letter to the dead

From the way he addressed the letter, you could almost guess that he had some difficulty writing it, but Olusegun

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Mamman Daura is not the problem

  Mamman Daura is not the problem

I’ve been amused by the strenuous efforts to explain exactly what Mamman Daura, President Muhammadu Buhari’s nephew, meant or did

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Eight decades of quests and conquests

  Eight decades of quests and conquests

The headline of the article in that edition of Sunday Times seemed audacious: It was all caps and entitled, “Youth

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Arotile, Saleh: Two deaths, many life lessons

  Arotile, Saleh: Two deaths, many life lessons

The news last week of the deaths of two young people, Tolulope Arotile and Fahim Saleh (Gokada entrepreneur) whose paths

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When the cure is worse than the disease

  When the cure is worse than the disease

Those who opposed the creation of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) 20 years ago must be having a good

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