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Making Money From Performance Poetry – Dike Chukwumerije

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Dike Chukwumerije is a wordsmith and performance poet extraordinaire. Within a few years he has succeeded in elevating the art of performance poetry in a country where the arts are hardly ever accorded their rightful place. He shares his story with The Interview…

 

Frustrations Of Nigerians In Diaspora – Collins Nweke

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Collins Nweke is the first Nigerian, nay African, to be elected into the Belgian Parliament, a considerable feat in a country where Africans had only previously been seen, not heard, in the polity.

How Obasanjo Used Me Against Atiku, Makarfi, Uzor Kalu… And knelt Down To Beg Gaddafi For Third Term – Ayo Fayose

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Governor Ayodele Peter Fayose is not your regular state governor. Many know him for his many interventions in various national political and policy related issues.

Whether it’s Biafra, Fulani herdsmen’s menace or President Buhari's health status, Governor Fayose doesn’t ever shy from making his views known, even when his fellow governors would rather keep mum.

Why I’m Talking

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The Interview is a respectable medium for dissemination of information and having been a public servant, one is under obligation to share many things that you came across that affected your stewardship one way or the other and I think The Interview is a very reputable medium to share with the public my thoughts on a number of issues as well as my own experiences.

 

Adeniyi: I Stood By Yar’Adua In The Worst Of Times

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A journalist and writer, Segun Adeniyi was spokesman to President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua’s short-lived administration. He speaks to The Interview about his place in the saga of his principal’s health at the time, his exit strategy and his view about Jonathan and Buhari.

The Struggle Continues…

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Comrade Adams Oshiomhole has known struggle all his life.

JAMB Should Not Depend on Government Funding - Ishaq Oloyede

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The registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof Ishaq Oloyede, speaks to The Interview on many issues concerning the operations of examination body.

Why I Dumped Jonathan…And Accepted N200m Severance Package

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Adams Oshiomhole needs little or no introduction. Since the return of civil rule in 1999, there is hardly any public servant who has been in the eye of the storm for a longer period than him, first as a labour leader and subsequently as the governor of a politically shark-infested state like Edo. 

What Does Kukah Have In Common With Jimmy Cliff?

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He is the closest thing to a Nigerian Desmond Tutu, a voice that can be depended upon to speak truth to power, however inconvenient.

Yet, last year when we first contacted Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah to grace the cover of the magazine, he demurred.

Why I’m Talking

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One would have to be a fool to miss the chance to be heard in such an impressive and authoritative outlet.

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