Category Archives: Naija

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Sword Men to die by their swords

I sometimes wonder if there can ever be a week in the world without strife, war, killings, injustice, etc…… I think not. Last week witnessed a reminder of the bad times again in Nigeria, a certain diversion from the Middle East crisis – the death

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About MTN Recharge Cards

I do not use MTN and I work for a competitor in the Telecoms industry but that is not the reason I am writing this piece. I am just being objective and putting voice to something that the NCC and the consumer parliament should address.

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We need a break

We are at a breaking point in this country at present. The kinda things I see everyday are alarming and of serious consequences. Armed robbery is on the increase, corruption is still a big threat and baba God will not leave us alone. There is

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God Forgive Us, Amen.

The stage has just being set. The third term actors, directors and producers are still re-strategizing on the next act. The main actor is very embittered, he has just being beaten to his game and the only remedy is to push blames and ostracize him

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All in search of miracles

We have made our country to a lawless entity where regards for common ethics are flouted devoid of any thoughts. What I witnessed on Lagos-Ibadan expressway yesterday was an example of the level to which our society has disintegrated. The kind of problems people face

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……V for Vendetta

Hi Guys, Its been more than a month now since I posted on my Blog. I have not been able to settle down and spread my time to accommodate all my passions. I recently have to double my workload in my office due to a

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Compare and Contrast: Branson, Adenuga

By Simon Kolawole, This Day Newspapers: There is one hell of a guy in the UK called Richard Branson. He is called the “guy with the beard”, an entrepreneur who has the knack for the outrageous and the courageous. While schooling at Stowe School, UK,

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Homecoming for a Robotic Ambassador

By Max Amuchie From the mid 1980s up to the 1990s, Nigeria suffered a serious disease called brain drain. Nigerian professionals, the bedrock of the society voted with their feet. Medical doctors and other paramedical personnel moved in droves to America, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and

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Nigerian Police Again!

If there is any group of people I don’t like meeting or having anything to do with – The Nigerian Policemen are on top of the list. I take extra precautions not to cross their paths because I have witnessed them performing all sorts of

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I smell the Marshal’s Anthem

Happy new year folks and wishing you many great things for this new year. I have not posted on this blog for a long time, more than a month now. The common reason is always time but I hope to improve on it. Many interesting

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Stand up for who?………for 2face

Nigeria is one of the few countries where we only celebrate corrupt rich men, bloated politicians and to put a balance to the equation; we promote all our negativities to the outside world. Watching CNN and listening to BBC news attests the fact that the

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God Save Our Eyes!

It is now an anormally to walk through any street in Nigeria without assaulting one’s eyes. When I was growing up, it was not a common thing to see a woman wearing trousers, talkless of revealing dresses. The slip started occuring when Holywood movies and

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Alametoyatojoooooo…….

Diepreye Alamieyeseigha is back at work in his home state of Bayelsa, officials say. He was granted bail in September, on condition he stayed in the UK. He was originally arrested in September in Heathrow airport and some £1m-worth of cash was found in his