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Grass-cutter and the oily pie

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What will Oga "Grass-cutter" not do, what stunt will he not pull these days to service his huge "stomach infrastructure"? Still can't recognize him? Our friend with "Idi Amin" frame at the Rocky Castle fingered the other day in the criminal conversion of cowries meant for the clearing of the bush around the shelter where long-suffering victims of Boko Haram are camped.

Captain Judas

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The parasite that ruins a vegetable, they say, is often embedded in its very stem. This is absolutely true of a flying company that recently slipped into severe turbulence.

Jailbird and his Jezebel

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When a former gomina graduated from Oyinbo jail recently, his clansmen did all they could to give him soft-landing at home on return. Trust the "guy man" himself, he has been acting up the script, telling anyone who cares to listen that  "na condition cause am".

Evolution of PDP

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Once upon a time, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) styled itself the "biggest party on the African continent" destined to rule uninterrupted "for sixty years in the first instance."

PMB and the 'enemies of progress'

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First, they circulated the news that the Great One had kicked the bucket. For several hours, the nation was on the edge as no one knew what that would entail for national stability.
It turned out for be a hoax.

A Peep Into Mark Zuckerberg's Reading List (Continued)

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Sapiens

by Yuval Noah Harari

 

Icon Master Class August 2016

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Toyosi Ogunseye: For the Love of Investigive Journalism

 

The Female Eunuch Brought Out The Feminist In Me - Ada Agina-Ude

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Ms. Ada Agina-Ude is the executive director of Gender and Development Action (GADA), a non-governmental organisation that advocates on women’s rights, social justice and sustainable development in Nigeria. She shares with us unforgettable snippets from her most favourite book of all times.

 

Curbing The Youth Unemployment Scourge In Nigeria

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The last one year has been a very challenging one for everyone in Nigeria, especially for our teeming unemployed youths whose hopes of having a better life are being quashed every second.

A Bruce-ing Debt and Uncommon Sense

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Like love gone sour, the story is always never palatable once repayment agreement breaks down between a usurer and the borrower. What follows is the lending bank and the debtor-customer tugging at each other's throats in the open.

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