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Possible Solution to Mass Killing

By Festus Adeoye My heart goes to the families of all the victims of the senseless mass shooting both in El- Paso, Texas, Dayton, Ohio, California, and the rest of the Country. There has to be a reasonable solution to this problem.  No one, l repeat, no one, is safe …

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Of Sowore and the Nigerian Government

By Ike Okonta The arrest and detention of Omoyele Sowore, presidential candidate of the African Action Congress in the just concluded elections raises important questions regarding the health and relevance of our on going democratic experiment. Sowore, having lost in the election declared the process a fraud and began to …

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PMB, Statemanship and National Security

By Segun Ayobolu One of the most thorny security challenges that has confronted Nigeria in this democratic dispensation has been the incessant clashes between Fulani herdsmen moving their cattle southward in search of grazing land and water and sedentary farming communities particularly in the middle belt states of Benue, Plateau, …

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The President and His Hoodlums

By Dare Babarinsa Next week, Mrs Funke Olakunrin, the beloved daughter of Chief Reuben Famuyide Fasoranti, would be buried in Akure, the Ondo State capital. Last week, Funke was alive and well. This week, she is in the mortuary. Next week, she is in the grave. She was a victim. …

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Man Saved Attempting Suicide Over Wife’s Alleged Infidelity

A numbers of kind spirited individuals and members of online groups including RantHQ on Sunday raced down to House Eleven Hotel and Apartments, Ibadan, to save a 37-year-old man, David Oladayo Sanyaolu, from committing suicide. Sanyaolu, who was ostensibly battling depression, took to his Facebook page to share his situations …

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Asset Declaration: The Makinde Example

By Taiwo Adisa American theologian and writer, James Freeman Clarke was famously credited with this quote: “A politician thinks of the next election; a statesman thinks of the next generation.” The essence of that quote is the typical reality you find with an average politician, especially in the Nigerian terrain. …

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Who is Afraid of History?

By Sylvester Asoya Before now, history was pejoratively defined in our schools as the study of past events. But history also deals with the present in a unique way and even the future. A person who looks dispassionately at his or her past is already prepared for a promising future. …

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Nigeria: It’s Time to Learn from Animals

By Adewale Adeoye I’m alarmed by the figures some UN agencies have reported on annual violent deaths in Nigeria. The UN puts the figure at 64,000. That is 10 percent the population of a country like Luxembourg. The North East top the least, now in five digits. Life in my …

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Rape, Fatoyinbo and Mrs. Dakolo

By Louis Odion, FNGE Not only the charge against the preacher appears abominable, his defence and the chorus of his supporters sound even strange. What would make the sin of rape Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo is accused of more grave is the suspicion – let alone, the high probability – of …

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Nigeria and the Community Goat Mentality

By Sylvester Asoya With each passing day, Nigerians are reminded of their realities and follies. At the moment, and with all the challenges, the average Nigerian at home or abroad, wears the despairing  image of the proverbial community goat, owned by everyone but actually the property of none. This goat, …

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