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Twitter goes to Ghana, Pornhub comes to Nigeria?

    Twitter goes to Ghana, Pornhub comes to Nigeria?

Ponder this irony: On the same day that microblogging site, Twitter, announced the decision to situate its Africa operational base in Ghana (to the chagrin of Nigerians), Pornhub, described as

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Pulling Nigeria from the dark precipice

    Pulling Nigeria from the dark precipice

Gradually but steadily, Nigeria is descending into darkness and those at the helms of affairs are playing games. On Tuesday, Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo State literally advised operatives of

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Apapa gridlock: Why everyone should support ‘Eto’

    Apapa gridlock: Why everyone should support ‘Eto’

Four weeks after the take-off of Etó, the electronic truck call-up system introduced by the Nigerian Ports Authority(NPA), it could be tempting to dismiss it as one of those futile

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Magashi: What manner of defence minister?

    Magashi: What manner of defence minister?

Even more than his ineffectiveness, the minister of defence, major general Bashir Magashi (retd’s) recent utterances give reasons for concern. Four weeks ago, he asked Nigerians to defend themselves against

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Burna boy’s Grammy award and the hypocrisy of Nigerian leaders

  Burna boy’s Grammy award and the hypocrisy of Nigerian leaders

When I read the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed’s reaction to the Grammy honours clinched by Afrobeats stars,

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Why Nigeria is jagajaga

  Why Nigeria is jagajaga

Monday’s conviction of former French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, for corruption-related offences communicates one or two critical things about Nigeria’s increasingly

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Why people like Gumi thrive

  Why people like Gumi thrive

Things have gone totally awry in Nigeria; logic now walks on its head and the country has become a huge

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Jakande: Three lessons in leadership

  Jakande: Three lessons in leadership

When the late Alhaji Lateef Kayode Jakande turned 80 in 1999, Nigerian Tribune had an interview with him at his

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I stand with Gumi

  I stand with Gumi

But for just one sentence, which tends towards an uneven appreciation of citizens’ discontent with the Nigerian establishment, I am

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Oil-producing host communities and the rest of us

  Oil-producing host communities and the rest of us

If it wasn’t too sad to even contemplate, the fight that broke out amongst host communities of Nigeria’s oil and

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