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Mr. Yinka Akerele was born into a politically conscious family and learnt the trade quite early as a child.  He ventured into full time politics in 1999 when he showed interest in the chairmanship position of the Ifako- Ijaye Local government in Lagos…

I was astounded when I saw your picture at the beginning of the  national conference, where you are a delegate. I was distressed to the marrow…

It amuses me when indigenes of Igbo-speaking communities outside the South-East deny their Igbo identity. The Ikwerres, represented by the likes of Okachikwu Dibia, are the fiercest and most strident in this act of playing the ostrich…

What these Pentecostal churches do these days is simply to spread fear and panic in the minds of their vulnerable followers. They defend the rotten ‘social order’ in Nigeria through their acts of omission and commission which in turn helps to literally kill and dampen the probing and critical mindset of the oppressed Nigerians…