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The giant of Africa: An allegorical perspective

    The giant of Africa: An allegorical perspective

BY JACOBSON AUGUSTINE ‘’ It was given to her to clothe herself in fine linen, bright and clean; for the fine linen is the righteous acts of the Saints’’ –

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As Elijah journeys to Bujumbura

    As Elijah journeys to Bujumbura

BY OBI TRICE EMEKA I was elated when I heard that Elijah Onyeagba, a quintessential gentleman and one of the leading and emerging thinkers in Nigeria had been nominated by

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DSO: NBC as extra in own movie

    DSO: NBC as extra in own movie

BY ABAYOMI ALE  The duck test, a fairly popular abductive reasoning form, is what I have elected to start this piece with. In case, just in case, you have no

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Oyetola is not an award freak

    Oyetola is not an award freak

BY ISMAIL OMIPIDAN  Two years ago, September 5, 2019 to be precise,  an NGO, by name Nigeria Africa Development Indicators Monitoring Foundation (NADIM), visited the State to inform Mr. Adegboyega

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FUOYE: Established for academic learning, turned into battlefield

    FUOYE: Established for academic learning, turned into battlefield

BY ISRAEL OJOKO The Federal University, Oye, Ekiti is one of the 11 institutions established by former President Goodluck Jonathan

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Mbaka: Presidency’s claim — a monumental distraction

    Mbaka: Presidency’s claim — a monumental distraction

BY CARL UMEGBORO President Muhammadu Buhari’s government retorted recklessly to the spiritual director of Adoration Ministry, Rev Fr. Ejike Mbaka,

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Impact of social media on cyber crime in today’s digital age

    Impact of social media on cyber crime in today’s digital age

BY ROTIMI ONADIPE Social media refers to any digital tool that allows users to quickly create and share content with

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To win a war, you must lose a battle

    To win a war, you must lose a battle

BY AYO AKANJI When one treats people with benevolence, justice, and righteousness, and reposes confidence in them, the army will

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Like Cynthia Osokogu, like Iniubong Umoren

    Like Cynthia Osokogu, like Iniubong Umoren
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Nigerian medics making waves in the diaspora

    Nigerian medics making waves in the diaspora

BY VICTORIA HARRISON Time after time, education has proved to be a gateway to invaluable opportunities, not only for its

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