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Olórunsògo is the fading inscription written above the door entrance of the communal living quarters popularly called Face-Me-I-Face-You in local parlance, located at the end of Liadi Street

Don Imus’s issue brings to the fore the indecency in the use of language by some big time anchormen and women on American airwaves and cable networks…

It is no secret that the only thing that holds Nigeria together is the spoils from oil and gas. The story of Nigeria is the story of greed, excesses and corruption made possible by oil. Without oil, there would be no modern Nigeria…

In the military, a commander who fails to achieve his operational objective and under whose watch a calamity occurs will face a disciplinary action that includes but not limited to a court martial.  But in the corporate world, it’s a different ball game…

Man, in his original Adamic form, was indestructible. He was the most complete being ever created – even more complete than the angels; a unique combination of all that is absolute and perfect; a perfect reflection of the  creaseless beauty of the Almighty…

What Rutam House has demonstrated is that it is very much like most other organization that has been oppressing and exploiting its workers. The Guardian, when it is all said and done, is no better than ThisDay and several other media outlets in the country…