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A CONVERSATION WITH HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, OBA (Dr.) V.A. KILADEJO, PART 2

(This is the first report on the interview with His Imperial Majesty, Kabiyesi Alayeluwa of the Ondo Kingdom, Dr. Victor Adesimbo Kiladejo, on July 25, 2021. With the number of views now over 100,000 on eight platforms, there is a clear demonstration of city loyalty.)   ON THE ORIGIN OF …

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The Aesthetics of Performance and Orality in Na’Allah’s Dadakuada

By Toyin Falola The aesthetics of performance as a dynamic process has proven its ability to create, re-create, reflect, refract, and re-present the sociocultural identities of the society. It cannot be detached from society because it concerns itself with the politics and other realities inside or within societies. It is …

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Ondo election: It’s Akeredolu Supreme Court declares

The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the victory of Rotimi Akeredolu in the last governorship election in Ondo State. His victory was upheld in majority judgment delivered by four of the seven-member panel. They dismissed the appeal by Eyitayo Jegede and his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), on the …

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A CONVERSATION WITH PROF. CARLSON ANYANGWE, PART 5 of 5

(This is the final report on the interview on “The War in the Cameroons” on July 18, 2021. With the number of views now over 40,000 on seven platforms, it is clear that this issue is of great interest to many people. For its entire recording, see  https://fb.watch/v/1Xu7uYhue/  or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzK81pf3F0A) …

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Nnamdi Kanu trial resumes in October

The State Security Service (SSS) failed to produce Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), for his scheduled trial at the Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday. The trial was stalled not just because of Kanu’s absence from court, but also because the judges …

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A CONVERSATION WITH PROF. CARLSON ANYANGWE, PART 4

Cameroon: Secessionist Agitations and Political Balancing   (This is the second report on the interview on “The War in the Cameroons” on July 18, 2021. With the number of views now over 40,000 on 7 platforms, it is clear that this is issue is of great interest to many people. …

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Labour, CSOs launch Campaign for Transformative Governance

Key labour and civil society groups across the country on July 26, 2021 converged on Abuja to launch a Campaign for Transformative Governance as a response to bad governance in the country. The initiative is a joint labour and civil society advocacy and campaign programme to influence radical change in …

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Electronic Votes: ERA, Social Action, others ask NASS to blacklist NCC

The Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN), Social Action, Center for Environment Human Rights and Development (CEHRD) and the Campaign for Transformative Governance, and other 124 groups have demanded the sanction of the National Communication Commission (NCC) for misleading the National Assembly on the possibility of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) …

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A CONVERSATION WITH PROF. CARLSON ANYANGWE, PART 3

(This is the first report on the interview on “The War in the Cameroon” on July 18, 2021. With the number of views over 30,000 on seven platforms, it is clear that this is issue is of great interest. For its entire recording, see  https://fb.watch/v/1Xu7uYhue/  or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzK81pf3F0A) REFLECTIONS ON SOME …

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Africa: Devastating moments for us all

By Toyin Falola   For anyone conversant with the African narrative, be they students of African history, representatives of foreign interests, news/information enthusiasts, or Africans themselves who have lived this experience, it is no secret that the continent has been a theatre for the expression of great human suffering. Africa, …

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