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Dis Fela Sef!: He lives

Benson Idonije: Dis Fela Sef!: The Legend(s) Untold- A Memoir. Lagos; FESTAC BOOKS, 2016, 282 pp. On the occasion of his 80th birthday, Benson Idonije, who is arguably Nigeria’s most informed analyst of jazz music and an enthusiastic promoter of popular culture and music has released for public review and ...

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On Monsanto’s Claims that GMOs are Safe

We have read with interest Monsanto’s defence of NBMA in its response to Premium Time’s report highlighting NBMA’s surreptitious granting of permits to them to bring their GMOs and glyphosate into Nigeria. We restate here that Monsanto’s applications were approved without due diligence and that the law setting up NBMA ...

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Remembering MKO And June 12

This day, June 12 will always be remembered by those who have defied the culture of silence and conspiracy against a significant moment in Nigerian history, to remind us of how today, 23 years ago, the battle against the exit of the military from power was fought at the ballot ...

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The National Brain In Recession

“Have you eaten today? If not, let me show you this new restaurant. Good food, the service girls specially attractive, the Madam herself is quite friendly.” “What are you proposing: the food, the service girls or the Madam? Sorry to disappoint you, I am fasting.” “When did you become a ...

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I am a citizen of Nigeria.

“Civis Nigerianus Sum” – I am a citizen of Nigeria. A Speech by H.E. Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Delivered at Bloomberg Studios, London, United Kingdom. Monday, 6 June 2016 Since leaving office one year and one week ago, I have had the luxury ...

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Mohammed Ali: The last of the Camelot giants

A tribute My generation by which I mean the generation which came into political and social consciousness in the 1960s was lucky in the sense that we had many real heroes, men and women from whom we drew inspiration, who made us feel that the best was within reach and ...

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Muhammad Ali, The Greatest (1942-2016) By Reuben Abati

Muhammad Ali, who died late Friday evening aged 74, was one of the greatest icons of the 20th century, one of the world’s greatest boxers of all time, and certainly in his time, and during the era that he dominated the ring, the greatest among his contemporaries, the inimitable master ...

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Restructure Nigeria, To Save It

No one should be surprised by the loud and widespread support that has attended the latest call by former Vice President Atiku Abubakar that Nigeria needs to be restructured. In his words, “our current structure and the practices it has encouraged have been a major impediment to the economic and ...

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Standing Before History- Nnimmo Bassey

The submission of the UNEP report on the assessment of the Ogoni environment in August 2011 laid to rest any doubts anyone may have had over the degree of hydrocarbons pollution in the Ogoniland, and by implication the Niger Delta. That scientific work proved to the whole world that Ogoniland ...

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Buhari And The Need For A Complete Team

One topical issue which has remained a recurring decimal in public discourse, perennially agitating the minds of Nigerians since President Muhammadu Buhari assumed office a year ago is: when will he fully and finally constitute his government? Tuesday June 2, 2015, in the twilight of the tenure of the 7th ...

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